Margery Gordon's Contributor Page

About Margery Gordon

SocialMiami Arts Editor Margery Gordon is a freelance journalist, art critic, curator and educator who grew up amid the development of our visual art community and has been active in its continuing growth. A longtime contributor to the official Art Basel Miami Beach Magazine, she has reported on cultural affairs for a range of magazines, newspapers and websites over more than twenty years, from international publications such as Art + Auction, ArtNews and ArtInfo.com to regional periodicals including Ocean Drive, Art Circuits and Muses & Visionaries. As the founder and director of Arts Encounters, Gordon conducts guided tours and informative programs for charitable organizations, businesses and connoisseurs at cultural venues throughout South Florida as well as group travel to dynamic destinations.

Margery Gordon's Content:

Culture Compass by Margery Gordon

I am inviting you all to join the circle of my Culture Compass, to open your minds and agendas to activities that might be unfamiliar at first but hold the potential to expand vistas by introducing people, ideas and pursuits that could enrich your life or spark interest among others in your realm, whether you follow my cues or pass them on. As an emissary of South Florida's arts community, I will report back on my most rewarding interactions, offering vicarious glimpses of happenings and personalities to keep you in the know even when you can't go.

Pictured: Christina Pettersson, The Furies of the Swamp, 2016. Everglades National Park. performance still.
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Meet Margery Gordon

SocialMiami is delighted to introduce Margery Gordon, our new arts editor. On February 7 we will launch Margery's column, Art About Town: Culture Compass by Margery Gordon, followed on Sunday, February 19, with The Sunday Issue: The Arts - Culture Compass.

Margery is a freelance journalist, art critic, curator and educator based in Miami, where she grew up amid the art community during its early stages and has been active in its continuing development...
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