Moksha Gallery presents “SOMA”

On Saturday, August 4th, the Moksha Arts Collective presents “SOMA.” Not only the drink of immortality and an offering to the gods but also a gallery opening of original paintings by featured artists, an exhibition of select Moksha symbols, the debut of fresh murals outside and your chance to experience the new Moksha Virtual gallery. The back studio will feature a dynamic multi-media showcase and jam with special musical guests from some of Miami’s top bands.

Saturday 8/4/2018
Gallery Opening: 7-10pm | FREE
Multi-Media Show: 10pm-3am | $10
@ Moksha Arts Collective
599 NW 71st Street, Miami, FL 33150

Featured Moksha Symbols

Float8 is as much an art gallery – the 8gallery – as anything else, and we feature a rotating selection of art from Moksha Arts Collective. It’s time to cycle out pieces you have become familiar with so if you’ve had your eye on any of the pieces below, now is your last chance to make your move! They will be returned to Moksha this weekend and traded for some fresh color! Email, call (754) 666-3588 or stop by Float8 to claim yours before they’re gone!

But to call Moksha an “art gallery,” is a major understatement. This collective has produced some of the most mind-bending events the world has witnessed. In addition to the featured “traditional artists in the indoor gallery and outdoor mural gallery including Luke Brown, Modesto Rivera Lemus (Huichol Tribe), Hoxxoh, Franky Cruz, Eric D. Cloutier, Dita Devi, Sandro Abate and Stella Strzyowska Guillen (who will be working on hers throughout the event); the Moksha VR Gallery Bus will be open to explore the works of Luke Brown, Mark Henson, Chris Dyer, Randal Roberts and Morgan Mandala; as well as live musical performances by the Moksha Roots Allstars and a Moksha Allstars Jam featuring Miami’s top musicians including members of The Spam Allstars, Afrobeta, Elastic Bond, Experimento, Nag Champayons, Juke, Monkey Village and more accompanied by live virtual reality projection art. And if that statement is as overwhelming to read as it was to write, just get ready to witness it live!

As a federally recognized, 501(c)3 public charity, donations to Moksha Arts Collective are tax-deductible. Your contributions and support for their events help to continue their community efforts. They have a series of outreach projects designed to inspire artistic interaction and social engagement. This program is presented 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 Commissioner.

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