Category: Announcement

Miami, Announcement

This Weekend: Miami Beach Cleanup

Inspired by the ocean conservation message behind ARTECHOUSE Miami’s current

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NYC, Announcement

Pantone Color of the Year 2021 Reveal

We’re thrilled to share our collaboration with Pantone in announcing their Color of the Year 2021!

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Miami, Announcement

ARTECHOUR Live this Week – Miami Art Week Edition

To celebrate Miami Art Week 2020, we’re hosting a special edition of our ARTECHOUR Instagram Live series that will focus on our creative collaborations within the local Miami community.

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DC, Announcement

AR Drinks To-Go are here with a Classic Blue inspired twist at ARTECHOUSE DC!

Visitors and passersby can experience our Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue inspired installations through taste and augmented reality!

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Announcement, Event News, Artist Spotlight

Art & Activism with Afrosurrealist Vince Fraser

We collaborated with Vince Fraser to bring his art to life in augmented reality for “We Rise Above,” an AR experience that sees his artwork rise above virtual Black Lives Matter Plazas through our ARTECHOUSE mobile app.

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DC, Announcement

AR Bar To-Go Launches at ARTECHOUSE DC!

We’re excited to announce a re-imagined, to-go version of our augmented reality (AR) bar!

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Miami, Announcement

Explore our summer immersive room, Oracle

Oracle is a collaboration between Francesco Lo Castro and Ricardo Agudello, ARTECHOUSE Production and Technology Manager. The piece explores the underlying nodes and networks that permeate our natural world.

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Miami, Announcement

Community Focus: Dibia DREAM

Each month at ARTECHOUSE Miami partners with a different non-profit in the city for the month, donating a portion of ticket sale proceeds to the organization. Our charity partner this August is Dibia DREAM.

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Miami, Announcement

Infinite Space is Coming to Miami This October!

Refik Anadol’s exhibition Infinite Space is coming to ARTECHOUSE Miami this October following its massively successful run in Washington, D.C.

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