1/04/19 - 2/23/19
MUCE presents its annual exhibition "As a Matter of Black, a Seat at the Table." This show is a collective of three visual artists that explores the table as a constant to discuss a seat at the table in the context of family, food, policy and celebration of the Black life experience. Three artists bring the concept to life through visual painting, sculpture, and storytelling. A table installation is included as part of the exhibit and utilized as an interactive art piece during the opening reception. Opening ceremony (Jan 4, 2019) includes dinner reception from local Pompano chef, which includes Q&A with visual artists and Chef to discuss what a seat at the table looks like intergenerationally.
MUCE is an arts production company that installs and curates pop up exhibitions to activate corporate and community brands. Working in heritage neighborhoods, MUCE also brings rich cultural programming from hyper local spaces to the cultural explorer through live painters, performers, festivals and niched cultural experiences.
2/01/19 - 3/30/19
This exhibition will feature paintings by Pompano Beach artist, Florencia Clement de Grandprey. Known for her large format colorful paintings of women, this will be our featured exhibition during Women's Month - an artist talk will also be scheduled
3/01/19 - 4/27/19
For the fifth anniversary of BaCA, which opened its doors on April 16 of 2014, the main galleries of BaCA will present an exhibition that features current and previous artists in residence. A reunion for many of these artists, public programming will present Artists Talks that feature the opportunities that developed at BaCA, encouraging current and future Artists in Residence. Participating artists will be invited to design memorabilia for the exhibition which will be sold throughout the exhibition.