The City of Miami Beach is working alongside some of the world’s best cultural institutions to provide a night of free, unique and unforgettable experiences. Every third Thursday of the month, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Miami Beach will come alive with culture as various institutions and buildings open their doors to give you just a taste of what they have to offer. From backstage tours, exhibition openings, and free film screenings in the park, there will be something for everyone. All events are free unless otherwise noted.

The majority of the programming is accessible by foot and by bike, but we will also offer dedicated free trolleys (the white ones) that will drop you off and pick you up at our dedicated Culture Crawl stops – check out our monthly map to find your closest stop. Start where you would like and explore at your own leisure!

Let’s hit the street and get our monthly dose of culture! Tag us using @MiamiBeachNews on Twitter and Instagram to hop into our DM’s or use #MBArtsAndCulture to be a part of the story on Facebook!

Culture Crawl
Thursday, November 18, 2021
6PM- 9PM


  • Art Outside
    Multiple locations throughout Miami Beach |
    Trolley Stops: Multiple Locations
    Self - Guided Tours
    Art Outside is a public art exhibition presented by The Bass, in collaboration with City of Miami Beach Art in Public Places, that offers residents and visitors the opportunity to see and experience a network of public artworks throughout Miami Beach.
  • Holocaust Memorial 
    1933 Meridian Avenue |
    Trolley Stop 1: Meridian Avenue & 19 Street
    Guests are invited to explore the artistry of the Holocaust Memorial for moment so of reflection and contemplation.
  • The Bass 
    2100 Collins Avenue |
    Trolley Stop 7: Collins Avenue & 21 Street
    The Bass presents their latest acquisition Genieve Figgis’ Equal rights (2021), as part of the long-term exhibition Open Storage: Selections and Works On-Loan from the Collection. While referencing history, Figgis wanted the painting to feel reflective of our current times, so she included a diverse group of individuals within the image, mixing races and genders and depicting the central woman holding a sign with the words Equal Rights.
  • Miami Beach Botanical Garden- Collins Canal Walking Tour 
    2000 Convention Center Drive |
    Trolley Stop 1: Meridian Avenue & 19 Street
    This self-guided audio tour takes you along the Collins Canal from the Garden to the Beach.
  • Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU
    301 Washington Avenue |
    Trolley Stop 3: Washington Avenue & 4 Street
    Come by the Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU and view Hello Gorgeous, an eclectic exhibition of costumes, photos, videos, record album covers and other objects, celebrating the life and work of Barbra Streisand. JMOF-FIU is the exclusive Southeast presenter of this exhibition that pays tribute to the iconic singer, actress, director, and producer.
  • O Cinema 
    1130 Washington Ave |
    Trolley Stop 5: Washington Ave & 11 St
    O Cinema South Beach will be showcasing "The Lava Log: A Visual Album".  These 9 animated videos are assembled from digital recreations of stock images, the depths of Google image search, and 00’s nostalgia, set to ambient soundscapes created using obsolete iPhone apps, field recordings of malfunctioning tech, and other internet ephemera.  A collaboration between animator Kieran O’Hare (Joe Pera Talks You To Sleep), musician Sean Yeaton (Parquet Courts), and sound designer/composer Ryan Dann (Joe Pera Talks with You), the Lava Log is ASMR for the hyperactive– like staring at a Lava Lamp melting in the embers of a Yule Log.


  • Lincoln Road Business Improvement District 
    Lincoln Road between Alton Road and Washington Avenue |
    Trolley Stop 4: Washington Avenue & 17 StreetExplore the Sneaker Impact sculpture located in the middle of Lincoln Road’s 1000 block. Sneaker Impact is a newly founded social enterprise that focuses on the basic principles of sustainability: maintaining a balance between nature, healthy communities, and economic vitality. We support this global effort through recycling your reusable sneakers and keeping them out of landfills where billions of tons are destroyed each year through processes that harm our environment.
  • Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
    Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden has reimagined the landscape of Lincoln Road as a botanic garden, providing public, smartphone-accessible interpretation of the plants. Over 120 QR-coded signs are installed on trees, palms, and orchids, connecting visitors to plant-specific information and media.
  • DeRubeis Fine Art of Miami | 631 Lincoln road
    DeRubeis Fine Art of Miami is our ninth location in a family of galleries under the DeRubeis and Guyton names.  In a DeRubeis gallery you can find modern fine art fit for any taste or style. Our signature artist and creator of Abstract Sensualisim®, Chris DeRubeis, is a painter and sculptor that works with fire, paint and metal.  Both his abstract and figurative works are beyond memorable and will make an amazing statement in any space big or small.
  • Kfir Moyal Gallery | 933 Lincoln Road
    Kfir Moyal, a native of Israel, is a Miami-based pop artist. His gallery features his iconic, pop culture inspired, crystal-encrusted paintings and silkscreen artworks mark his signature style. Each of Moyal's dazzling portraits is made with crystal elements that are hand-applied on the canvas. The works embody the materialization of pop star qualities through the examination of aesthetics, sex appeal, desire, beauty, prestige and popularity.
  • LUMAS Gallery | 737 Lincoln Road
    As fine art continues to play a pivotal role in Miami’s vibrant society, local culture seekers jump at the opportunities to claim ownership of unique works to add to their personal collections. With over 15 years of experience dealing in museum-quality pieces, the city now welcomes globally renowned art purveyor LUMAS. “The LUMAS mission is to make art accessible to everyone all around the world, giving any consumer the ability to become a collector,” says Founder Marc Ullrich. Come one, come all, because LUMAS invites you to claim a new title as a connoisseur of the arts.


The City of Miami Beach, in collaboration with the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA) is pleased to announce the return of No Vacancy during Art Week Miami Beach, November 18– December 9, 2021. No Vacancy is a juried art competition that celebrates artists, provokes critical discourse, and invites the public to experience Miami Beach’s famed hotels as destination art spaces. Click here for more information.

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