Harlem in the House
Fans of Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster in Harlem have been eagerly waiting for the celebrity chef to open his Miami outpost in historic Overtown. He hosts a sneak peek on June 19-20 with the Creamery, an outdoor pop up for artisanal ice cream with flavors like cornbread as well as classic Southern dishes such as chicken and waffles. There’s also a rosé party.
920 NW Second Avenue; 305.640.9880; redroosterovertown.com
Let There Be Light
South Florida-bred designer John Brevard adds limited-edition lighting to his namesake collection of jewelry and furniture inspired by sacred geometry and his architecture background. An evolution of his signature jewelry, handcrafted chandeliers include the Thoscene Tetrahedron Star and the Helix, a 60-pound steel homage to the Helix Nebula (pictured).
Find them along with his Tetrahedral Cubic Fractal custom sconce at 1stdibs.com.
Designed for social distancing, drive-in movies are seeing a resurgence across the country. A bunch of Fort Lauderdale entities including the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival partnered in the FLIFF Drive-In Cinema at Pier Sixty-Six Marina. The ticketed summer series kicks off June 12 with “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Coming soon: “Dirty Dancing” and “Independence Day.”
2150 SE 17th Street; fliff.com
Calling all young creatives. The Bass museum presents its Virtual Summer Art Camp through August 14. The program makes it easy on parents by packaging art supplies that can be picked up or delivered for daily Zoom sessions by the museum’s beloved educators. Classes are divided into two age groups: 4-6-year-olds in the morning and 7-12-year-olds in the afternoon. Register here.
2100 Collins Avenue; 305.673.7530; thebass.org