Artistically Social with Amy Rosenberg
The corporate love shown to PAMM by Miami businesses confirms that we’re not such a haute debauch anymore. The PAMM Annual Corporate lunch was a wonderful alfresco affair where yours truly had the opportunity to see a smattering of good art and nibble quiche with supporters Scott Shuffield and Carolyn Travis. The wonderful Lean Standish, Tracey Belcher and Hollie Altman always do a bang up job.I got to attend my first concrete pour at 1000 Museum. The tower, by architectural shero Zaha Hadid, has been developed by Louis Birdman and includes sweeping views of Museum Park. The event featured drones (how cool is that?). Guests included Angela Birdman, Lori Sobel-Cohen, Mark Alhadeff, Doug Hirsch and Patrick Teague.
The amazing Malik Benjamin put together another great Creative Mornings event with Fabula Rasa founder Salma Abdelrahman. Starr Group generously sponsored and provided a delicious assortment of breakfast breads (zucchini and butternut squash bread, anyone?). Ted’s at The National YoungArts Foundation hosted the event. Guests included Wifredo Fernandez, Dejha Carrington and Esther Park. Until next time —
Amy Rosenberg is an attorney and arts advocate who founded the Overtown Music Project and the Arsht Center’s young patrons group. She is the co-founder of the environmental non-profit Dream in Green. Amy is a member of Art Basel’s Junior Host Committee and sits on the Board of the Funding Arts Network. She also serves on the New World Symphony’s Friends Committee as well as The Wolfsonian-FIU’s Visionaries Committee.