Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Spotlight on Cadence Pop-up Gallery

435 N Andrews Avenue, No. 2

Cadence Pop up Gallery will be launching the Mockingbird Trail during Art Fallout 2015, as South Florida first urban art exploration trail.

Be the first to experience The Tale of the Giant Mockingbird during the sixth annual Art Fallout.

Stop by the trailhead exhibit at Cadence Pop-up Gallery, a few words from the Trail’s design team and sculptor at 7:30pm.

Pick up your complimentary Trail Field Guide to lead the way and explore the two-mile trail route throughout Flagler Village and passed several Art Fallout venues.
Discover the clues and create your own story about the Neighborhood’s mythical bird with Phase One’s “evidence series” sculptures. Share your photos #talesfromthetrail
Visit with knowledgeable Trail Guides at each sculpture site and learn more about each sculpture and the future of the Trail

Share your photos + your stories. #talesfromthetrail #readytoroam

As founders of the project, Cadence Pop-up Gallery will become the main hub for information on the Mockingbird Trail and will exhibit the progress of the past 17 months of production. A printed version of the Trail Map will be available at select locations, on view as a mural in FATVillage, and online for download at mockingbirdtrail.com.

Cadence is a Landscape Architecture, Urban Design and Planning firm that operates at the intersection of art and community. Their office is located in downtown Fort Lauderdale within the FATVillage Arts District. The Cadence Pop-up Gallery exists to highlight progressive and contemporary art and design as it relates to the living environments we encounter as humans. This by-day office space is transformed into a gallery space showcasing exhibits that will directly connect the gallery and community in an engaging conversation. The gallery seeks to showcase emerging artists, designers and creators in a contemporary setting.

For more information, please contact gallery@cadence-living.com or visit http://www.cadence-living.com.

Free street parking available along Andrews Ave.

Learn more about the Mockingbird Trail at http://www.mockingbirdtrail.com/

Connect with Cadence at:
Facebook | @CadenceLiving
Twitter | @CadenceLiving
Instagram | @CadenceLiving

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