Julia Tuttle: An Artists’ Talk
Folklife Gallery at HistoryMiami Museum — South Building
Meet Pamela Palma, director of PLY-Miami Fiber Art Collective, and collective artists, creators of Julia Tuttle – The Mural, now on view in HMM’s Folklife Gallery. This interactive artist’s talk and presentation will share the backstory of the woman known as the “Mother of Miami” – who founded our city in 1896 – and how the mural’s artists crafted hundreds of leaves and flowers by hand using yarn, thread, and cloth. You’ll experience the hands-on process of crochet during the session’s Q&A, too!
This is an in person, Members-Only event. Masks are required and safety protocols will be observed.
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Be advised that audio and video recording during this program is prohibited without written consent from HistoryMiami Museum.