Art in Komuns,  a First of its Kind Hands-On Family Event in Miami During Art Basel 2015 Plus win a Family four pack

  
Specially designed to promote bonding among families with children ages 3 to 17 while experiencing all art forms. 

 Komuns, Miami’s newest online community that helps parents unplug kids from technology and reconnect with them by sharing real-life experiences, will be hosting Art in Komuns. The event will showcase Miami’s artists and creative community in an engaging and fun way for families. 

Art in Komuns will take place on Sunday, December 6, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM at Venture Hive in the heart of Downtown Miami.  

   

Art in Komuns is supported by the Art and Business Council of Miami due to its mission of fostering children’s engagement with arts and culture in their community. Over 25 local and socially conscious organizations encompass Art in Komuns, including the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Miami Children’s Museum, Bass Museum of Art, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, DesignLab, Art Box, and Bakehouse Art Complex. 

 Art in Komuns will feature hands-on art making activities, demonstrations, live music, conferences from experts, and a dining area where guests can purchase healthy meals. For six-hours, families will have the opportunity to move from one interactive experience to another while collaborating.   

   

Guests will be able to paint their own canvas with the guidance of professional artists, color on a giant mural, create Vietnamese hats, draw with charcoal, decorate a gingerbread Miami Skyline, assemble 3D Miami icons, watch a puppet play, discover the inside thoughts of a cartoonist, sew a wearable piece of art, participate in a community collage, discover creativity through rock, be part of a caring tree art project, decorate and eat your own cupcake and enjoy a professional-quality artwork installation at children’s eye level or about 36″ high among other activities.
A percentage of the event’s proceeds will go to ArtCares for Kids, a Miami-based nonprofit organization comprised of volunteers who serve children in medical settings dealing with psychological, emotional and physical challenges. 

 Art in Komuns is the first of many events to come that are aligned with Komuns four pillars of enriched family lifestyles which are: Art and Culture, Physical and Outdoor Activity, Education and Technology, as well as Community and Philanthropy.  

 

For more information go to http://www.ArtinKomuns.com  

 About Komuns 

Komuns is a social startup that helps parents unplug kids from technology and reconnect with them by sharing real-life experiences. Komuns is the all-in-one solution for parents: from articles on parenting and education from renowned institutions, to local family activities, to connecting and meeting like-minded parents. We are a daily resource to balance and nurture families.  Komuns is a Sapos y Princesas company, a multimedia organization based in Spain with over 10 years in business founded by Nora Kurtin, an award-winning entrepreneur now established in Miami, Florida. For more information 

visit http://www.komuns.com. 

 

About Art in Komuns 

Art in Komuns is presented by Komuns. On its first year, this hands-on art-making event will feature local artists, museums, art organizations, performers, film festivals and art schools. The event’s main purpose is to provide families with shared activities as a way to connect and bond. Unique programming will include lectures, interactive art making activities, demonstrations, performances and film previews. Under the leadership of Founder and CEO, Nora Kurtin, Art in Komuns draws upon the city’s diverse arts community while highlighting the importance of building unforgettable moments as a family.
ENTER HERE TO WIN 4 passes for this event
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