The Museum of Art and Design will reopen on Nov. 5. It will present two exhibitions at Miami Dade College’s Freedom Tower, 600 Biscayne Blvd.
The Body Electric, MOAD’s latest exposition, will be on view until May 30. It examines the last 50 years of artists addressing the way technology has come to dominate human interactions, particularly the increasingly inescapable interface between our bodies and screens.
Remaking Miami: Josefina Tarafa’s Photographs of the 1970s, the latest addition to MOAD’s Special Collection, will be exhibited until Feb. 28. The gallery of Tarafa’s photographs illustrates the way Cuban immigrants caused a cultural transformation when they arrived in Miami.
Virtual tours of both exhibits will be made available at MOAD’s website closer to the museum’s reopening. Health and safety measures—like translating interactive exhibitions for a no-contact environment—will be implemented at the museum.
For more information, contact MOAD at firstname.lastname@example.org or (305) 237-7700.