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  • Twilight Fridays at the Museum

    Join us every first Friday of the month from 6-8 pm for free admission to the Museum, Open Mic Night with Florida Guitar Foundation, and more!

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  • Family Day on Aragon

    Join us each Second Saturday of the month from 2-8 pm for free outdoor activities, live performances by our Artists in Residence, and new surprises each month for the whole family to enjoy!

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  • A Matter of Time; Examining Forty Years of AIDS While Living through a Pandemic

    This exhibition gathers historical information on the emergence and development of AIDS, forty years after the first reported case. Taking over three galleries of the Coral Gables Museum, a myriad of objects, documents, ephemera, and major artworks in different disciplines help trace American and Miami-related stories of those who succumbed to the disease, and those who survived; from famous to ordinary people; from patients to family and friends; to caretakers.

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  • The Caribbee Club: Adrian Soca; VelcroRealism

    Soca’s series VelcroRealism began as a simple and intuitive exploration of Velcro, a material he is obsessed with because of its texture and properties. As a fabric fastener, the two sides of Velcro can be detached and recombined, endlessly. In this vein, VelcroRealism presents a reality that has the potential to be transformed, as much as our hyper-customized contemporary culture, where it is possible to choose between possible endings of a film or a tv series, while we consume tailored ads, based on our Internet searches.

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  • Sew to Tell: A Community Project by Aurora Molina

    Mondays & Fridays from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm throughout the exhibition’s duration

    Artist and social practitioner Aurora Molina invites you to join her in sewing and quilting to remember those who succumbed to AIDS and those who survived, from famous to ordinary people, from patients to caretakers, families, and friends.

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Our online initiatives with topics ranging from fun educational activities to online exhibits and artist conversations will continue along with our on-site programming. Check back regularly for new classes, activities, films, and more!

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Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.

Sponsored in part by the Anthony R. Abraham Foundation.

Support for School Field Trips are provided by a grant from the Coral Gables Foundation.

Coral Gables Museum exhibits and programs are made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

Sponsored in part by Withers Worldwide.  Transportation, Warehousing and Installation.

Sponsored in part by MG Developer


With the support of the City of Coral Gables.

Sponsored in part by the The Knight Foundation.

Sponsored in part by Shutts and Bowen, LLP.

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