Halsi directs 'Secret Garden' street-art party at the Henao Center

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Halsi at work in Wynwood, Miami - NICOLE HOLDERBAUM
  • Nicole Holderbaum
  • Halsi at work in Wynwood, Miami
Local graffiti-art bigwig Halsi is the creative director for Secret Garden, a pop-up group exhibition at the Henao Center. Far from a stuffy gallery opening, Secret Garden gathers some of the most vibrant artists in town along with cutting-edge music, live muralists, food, a fashion show and more for a proper party. (Full list of participants and vendors below.)

8 p.m. Saturday; Henao Contemporary Center, 5601 Edgewater Drive; $20-$35; henaocenter.com





PERFORMANCES:
Raury
Sunny & Gabe
SNDNGCHLLZ
IEKNOWS
Masta Thom
Eighth Letter
Jah Coolass
B8TA
Yosh
Krazie Dazie
Anglesh
DJ Grape
Saythanie



Spoken Word:
Breanna Jenkins

MURALISTS:
Marcus Grabster
Eduardo Smet
Havetelo
SKIP
Patricia Mera
Tragek
Louiedeology

GALLERY ARTISTS:
Cameron Collins
Lex Morales
Adele Renault
Val
Inglewoodx
Jake Troyli
Chio
TT
Akimbo
SKIP
Nico
Spacehose
Public Art Prints
Cassidy Ramos
Darby
NTRL
Stemberger
Ryan Semple x Samantha Shumaker
Quan

INSTALLATIONS:
Earl Funk
Van Eggers
Nico
Scott White
Wolf Medallion x I Am Sus
HALSI
John Alamo
Leon Chapel
Mumbi O’Brien
Dr.Yaanco
Andrew Considine
Walker_Andrews
Height n light
Matthew Walker
Moxie Mopp
Ex Acto

Crooked Arrow x Spacehose Pop-up
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Creative City Project Light Installation

CLOTHING SPONSORS:
Felt Clothing
Crooked Arrow Clothing
MXRKT
Regular Clothing
Noxcape
Romantic Elihu
Painted Clothing
Height n Light
WKND Skateboards
I Am Eccentric

VEGAN/VEGETARIAN FOOD:
Urban Owl Cuisine

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