CORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) – Thousands of art connoisseurs flocked to South Florida this weekend for a big art showcase that supports a fantastic cause.
More than 200 artists are presenting their job as a portion of the 67th annual Beaux Arts Festival at Coral Gables.
The two-day event, which kicked off Saturday, attracted tens of thousands of individuals to the Lowe Art Museum on the University of Miami campus.
“The use of the festival is to give exposure to up-and-coming and new artists into the area,” said Amy Balesfounder of Beaux Arts. “The proceeds that we make, that we have from the festival, go to support the Lowe Art Museum and go towards outreach programs to children from Miami-Dade County.”
The festival offers works in 10 press for many different budgets.
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