Led by Thom Wheeler-Castillo | City Tours, HistoryMiami Museum
Come with us to explore one of Miami’s trendiest neighborhoods, the Wynwood Art District. Learn the story of how this textile warehouse and immigrant neighborhood, formerly known as “Little San Juan,” quickly became the world’s largest outdoor art gallery. Stroll past huge murals and various street art displays, as you listen to the stories of the artists, residents, and developers who made Wynwood alive with art venues in this wonderful, chromatic neighborhood. (Limited to 25 participants).
About T. Wheeler Castillo
Thom Wheeler Castillo lives and works in Miami and is a graduate of Pacific Northwest College of Art / Intermedia. Wheeler-Castillo is interested in landscapes and ecosystems, past and present; he works from an interdisciplinary approach in his relentless pursuit of poetry, art history, and anthropology. He is Co-director at Turn-Based Press, an artist-run print studio, whose mission is to offer facilities for printmakers, as well as advance an appreciation for the medium and its history. Additionally, Thom works with Archival Feedback, along with Emile Milgrim, which acts as a discreet, post-studio dialog that documents the ever-changing landscape of South Florida.
About City Tours | HistoryMiami Museum
HistoryMiami Museum offers educational tour opportunities for adults and students of all ages to learn more about the history of the region. This tour includes a one-time free admission pass to the Museum.
2390 NW 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33127
Various options are available, including: Metered Parking, Parking Lots & Street Parking.
Tickets are available for $23. Click here to purchase.