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RUSH Philanthropic Arts Foundation, Starbucks, Wege Foundation, Russell Simmons, Tangie Murray, Wil Rodriquez, David Camacho, Oshun Layne, Brett Rollings, PAMM, Franklin Sirmans, Adrienne Chadwick, Marie Vickles, Morel Doucet, ICA Miami | Tommy Ralph Pace, Mike Butler | Silent Revolution Miami, Kellie Sikorski | Strength is the new Beauty, Bestman | Color Crush Media, Susan L. Taylor | National CARES Mentoring Movement, Nasir Dean | Artist /Youth Advisor, Starbucks Partners | South Florida Opportunity Youth Council, Chris Musser, Cerise Sutton, Beverly Sutton, Octavia Yearwood, Agnes Saint Preux, Nadiam Nesbitt, Stephen Powell, Chivonne Williams, Jayne Chu, asha bandele, Benjamin Evans | BMe Community, Christopher Carter, Dr. Marcus Bright, Russell Benford and our South Florida CARES host committee and supporters.
See special message below from @unclerush to our Art Basel Blast students.
Visit our youth exhibition "InFRACTIONS" at Starbucks 601 Lincoln Road (at Pennsylvania Ave) thru January 30th.
- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 10:00am at The Betsy's Curator Breakfast Salon II | "Arts as a Conduit to & Creator of Community" - in conversation with Cerise Sutton, Chief Programs Director (South Florida CARES)
- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 10:00am at PAMM | Annual CARES Art Basel Miami Beach Week Youth Blast
- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 10:00am at The Betsy's Curator Breakfast Salon VI | "Creativity & Transformation" - in conversation with Author Khephra Burns (National CARES / Susan L. Taylor)
- ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH WEEKEND Dec 2-4, 2016 at Starbucks | Rush ArtsCARES "InFractions" Youth Art Exhibition - Starbucks Lincoln Road x Pennsylvania Avenue
PRESS RELEASE Contact: ERIKA HALL, Donor | External Affairs Coordinator
Phone: 786 708 8224
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
150 South Florida Students are headed to Miami Art Week 2016 hosted by South Florida CARES Mentoring Movement, Founder National CARES Mentoring Movement and Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, ESSENCE Magazine Susan Taylor, Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation (Rush Arts) , Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Silent Revolution Miami, STRENGTH is the new BEAUTY, Color Crush Media, The Betsy Hotel and Starbucks Coffee Company.
MIAMI, FL, November 26, 2016 --- Founder of National CARES Mentoring Movement and ESSENCE Magazine Editor-In-Chief Emeritus, Susan L. Taylor, will once again join her South Florida CARES Mentoring Movement (CARES) affiliate to host 150 under - served , opportunity youth to participate in activities and cultural institutions throughout Miami Art Week. The attending students all participate as RISING Scholars in CARES weekly in school and after school group mentoring program curriculum, The Rising: Elevating Education, Expectations and Self Esteem, taking place at Overtown's Williams Park Community Center and throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Public Schools and youth detention centers.
The annual excursion to Art Basel Miami Beach Week activities started with a little over 30 students in 2011 and has grown to host over 300 students over the past 5 years. That growth is due to the success of the group mentoring program targeting youth in under resourced areas of South Florida. One of South Florida CARES Mentoring Movement outcomes is to increase exposure to cultural events.
On Friday, December 2, 2016 from 10:00am - 1:00pm, the students will begin their day at Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) with a welcome presentation, holistic warm up with motivational trainer Kellie Sikorski , a Rising wellness mentoring circle with CARES Founder, Susan L. Taylor and a meditation and talk led by Rush Arts Founder, Russell Simmons.
Following the presentation will be a light brunch for the youth provided by Starbucks, and scholars will proceed with private tours of PAMM. A smaller group of Students will end their cultural exposure excursion with a visit to Prizm Art Fair, hosted by Mikhaile Solomon and others will go on to view their own exhibition InFractions, a project created in partnership with Rush Arts teaching artist Reg Lewis, on view at Starbucks at Lincoln Road and Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach through Sunday, December 4.
Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation (Rush Arts) Founder, Russell Simmons and Executive Director, Tangie Murray and The Betsy Hotel - VP of Philanthrophy Deborah Briggs , Starbucks Coffee Company - District Manager Chris Musser and Starbucks South Florida Opportunity Youth Council, New World Symphony Executive Director - Howard Herring, Perez Art Museum Miami - Director Franklin Sirmans and Deputy Director of Education - Adrienne Chadwick, Institute of Contemporary Art Miami - Associate Director Tommy Pace + Education / Outreach Director - Lisa Fernandez, Wexford Group, CIC Miami & VentureCAFE Foundation, NSU Art Museum - Executive Director Bonnie Clearwater, White House Initiative on Education Excellence for African Americans - Executive Dir. David J. Johns, BME - Benjamin Evans, Education for a Better America - Dr. Marcus Bright, Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami, Bass Museum and a number of satellite fairs and other cultural institutions all became aware of this effort to provide exposure to the arts to opportunity youth and have partnered over the years to support. This year, The Betsy Hotel will host a 2nd Annual South Florida CARES Writers Salon / Brunch with noted author Khephra Burns on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at 10am as part of their PACE Foundation philanthropic arts efforts in partnership with South Florida CARES Mentoring Movement and the Fall 2016 launch of The Betsy Writers Room in Overtown at Williams Park.
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About South Florida CARES Mentoring Movement South Florida CARES Mentoring Movement recruits and mobilizes caring, capable adults committed to giving back and producing academically successful, civically minded and future focused youth. Our impact goal is to develop culturally conscious, critically thinking, high achievers who are committed to self, service and community. We continue to train and develop champions to secure a generation with the support of National CARES Mentoring Movement. National CARES is the fastest-growing and most highly regarded organization in the mentor-recruitment arena in the nation. To understand more about our mission of “Securing a Generation”, please visit www.southfloridacaresmentoring.org
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