Department of Reflection: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
As an artist embedded in the City of Miami Beach Government, Misael Soto created the Department of Reflection to be a platform for healthy critique and public involvement with the local government.
Join us for the opening of its main office via a ribbon cutting ceremony with Mayor Dan Gelber!
Designed as a reflection of Miami Beach City Hall’s interior spaces, the department’s Main Office will become a hub, meeting place, and flex space for the Department of Reflection; giving the public insight into its current research and work with the city. The site will be an approachable and dialogue-friendly environment, open to the public every Saturday from 2 to 6pm. Exchange around Miami Beach’s sea level rise and climate change mitigation efforts, and their effects locally, regionally, and globally will be encouraged via:
Public events every other Saturday
Collaborators include: Mie Frederikke Fischer Christensen, Elite Kedan, Sebastian Duncan Portuondo, Glenda Romualdo, Nathaniel Sandler, Willy Smart, Laurencia Strauss, Realie B. Taimond, Sasha Wortzel, Archival Feedback, and The Institute of Queer Ecology
The Department of Reflection’s Main Office is currently located in the historic Rotunda at Collins Park, Miami Beach, FL.
Learn more about the Department of Reflection here: https://departmentofreflection.org