Every third Thursday of each month, Miami Art Museum hosts JAM, a happy hour with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and music. It's a fun place to gather after work--great for people-watching, socializing, career-networking (whether one works in the art world or other domain). The museum and gift shop are open late, giving attendees a chance to view the museum's current exhibitions and browse. Museum members get in free; non-members pay $10. Either way, it's well worth attending.
Current exhibitions include "NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith" and "Recent Acquisitions".
Radcliffe Bailey, Storm at Sea, 2007 Photo source From the exhibition "NeoHooDoo"
Alexandre Arrechea, Architectural Elements, 2005, Two color photographs, Collection Miami Art Museum