Tomorrow WEDNESDAY 9/23


Reminder tomorrow we will be going to the WOLFSONIAN on South Beach to speak to Curator Christian Larsen.

Please remember it is a CARPOOL day.

Hoffman-Defining the Wolf 2002  – this is a pdf of an article about the Wolfsonian assigned to the class by the curator.  PLEASE READ as you will need to be prepared to discuss it with the curator on Wednesday.

Unfortunately, I do not think we will have enough time to work in class on your stool project on Wednesday.  Wanted to let you know so that you do not bring your materials to class.

Here are the DIRECTIONS to the Wolfsonian:

1001 Washington Avenue   Miami Beach, FL 33139


If traveling eastbound on 836, continue east to 395, which merges into the MacArthur Causeway. Continue on the MacArthur Causeway, passing the Port of Miami on the right. Stay in the right or center lane as you approach Miami Beach, since 395 ends and becomes 5th street. (Do not take the Alton Road overpass.) Proceed six blocks (east) to Washington Avenue and turn left (north). The Wolfsonian is located five blocks to the north, on the northeast corner of Washington Avenue and 10th Street.

If approaching from the north, take I-95 South to 395 East, which merges into the MacArthur Causeway. This exit will be from a left lane (note: the exit before 395 East is 836 West.) Follow the above
instructions once on 395 East.

If approaching from the south, take I-95 North to 395 East. Follow the above instructions once on 395 East.

If approaching from the north on A1A, take Collins Avenue south; turn right on 10th Street, and travel one block west to Washington Avenue.

If you require more specific instructions, please call the museum shop at 305.535.6280.

City of Miami Beach Parking Garages are conveniently located on Collins Avenue at 7th and 13th Streets, and on Drexel Avenue at 12th Street. Metered street parking is also available, and parking is permitted in the South Beach residential zones surrounding The Wolfsonian from 7am-6pm on all non-holiday weekdays. Please be sure to heed all metered and residential zone parking restrictions when parking in South Beach.




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