THE PEOPLE'S ARTIST
Actors' Playhouse hosts a free exhibition of 30 works by P. Buckley Moss in Miracle Theater's downstairs lobby. Ms. Moss paints the pastoral and reflects the quaint simplicity of Amish and Mennonite life in her work. Twenty percent of sales go directly to the non-profit theater group. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and during performance hours through Sept. 4 at Miracle Theater, 280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables. Details: (305) 444-9293 or www.actorsplayhouse.org.
The University of Miami's Lowe Art Museum presents Billie Lynn: Uncanny Art, a one-person exhibition featuring interactive, kinetic sculptures and a series of tapings, low-relief works in duct tape. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and noon-5 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays through Sept 4 at the museum, 1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables. $3-$5. Details: (305) 284-3535 or www.lowemuseum.org.
ArtCenter/South Florida presents this all-female exhibition exploring myths and folklore surrounding witchcraft and the witch trials. Works range from short films and drawings to sculpture from Sandra Powers, Molly Smith, Annysa Ng and Rakel Bernie. Through Sept. 4 at 800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Details: (305) 538-7887 or www.artcentersf.org.
MAIL ART MOVEMENT
The exhibit For Everyone and No One explores a period in the 1970s at New York's Truman Gallery, when artists challenged the art market by creating works out of postal mail. Jock Truman and Eric Green have donated their accumulation of mail art to the Museum of Contemporary Art, and in conjunction with the exhibit, the museum is encouraging artists to submit original material. Through Sept. 4 at MOCA, 770 NE 125th St., North Miami. Details: (305) 893-6211 or www.mocanomi.org.
The Lowe Art Museum presents Jan Matulka-Global Modernist, a selection from the permanent collection, through Sept. 4 at 1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables. $2-$5. Students free. Details: (305)284-3535.
Marking Time: Moving Images in Contemporary Art focuses on video, installation and sculptural works by artists Janine Antoni, Dara Friedman and Felix Gonzalez-Torres and others. The works are linked by the way they mark time. Through Sept. 11 at Miami Art Museum, 101 W Flagler St., Miami. $5. Details: www.miamiartmuseum.org.
The dogs of some of Miami's most influential businesspeople appear in a photography exhibition, PAWS: A Foot-O-Graphic Tribute. Featured dogs belong to attorney Roy Black and Carnival Cruise Lines CEO Bob Dickinson among others. The photographer, Wendy Doscher-Smith, will donate all proceeds to local animal charities. Exhibition through Sept. 3 at Miami Beach Cinematheque, 512 Española Way, Miami Beach. Details: (305) 981-1935 or www.apawture.com.
CANO IN CONCOURSE E
Local artist Pablo Cano opens an exhibition titled New York to Home Base - Discarded Debris to Constructed Art in Miami International Airport's gallery. The gallery is a 2,400-square-foot enclosed space on the second level of Concourse E. The exhibition consists of Mr. Cano's marionettes created from found objects and works in painting, fine drawing and sculpture. Through Sept. 30. Open to ticketed passengers or by special appointment. Details: (305) 876-0749 or www.miami-airport.com.
The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at the University of Miami's Casa Bacardi presents vintage black and white photography of Cuban women in the 1940s and '50s. Photographer Leo Carbajal speaks on the images. Exhibition through Sept. 30 at Casa Bacardi, 1531 Brescia Ave., Coral Gables. Details: (305) 284-2822 or casabacardi.iccas.miami.edu.
HEADS AND TALES
The German consulate is to exhibit works by Hans Feyerabend that explore the human face as a source of expressions and narratives. Through Oct. 6 at 100 N Biscayne Blvd., Suite 200, Miami. Details: www.feyerabend.com.
The Miami Art Museum presents Kenyan artist Wangechi Mutu in an exhibit combining collage and ink drawings of distorted figures reflecting society's obsession with physical appearance. Through Oct. 9 at 101 W Flagler St., Miami. Details: (305) 375-3000.
The Bass Museum of Art presents 2,000 years of Latin American portraits with 125 sculptures and paintings by Kahlo, Rivera, Botero, Siqueiros and Tamayo among others. Through Oct. 23 at the museum, 2121 Park Ave., Miami Beach. Details: (305) 673-7530 or www.bassmuseum.org.
The Miami Art Museum presents Figuratively Speaking: Selections from the Permanent Collection, examining the representation of the human figure in US, Latin American and European art since the 1960s. Through Oct. 30 at the Miami Art Museum, 101 W Flagler St., Miami. Members, students and children under 12 free; $2.50-$5 others. Free admission every Sunday; guided tours at 2 p.m. Details: (305) 375-3000 or www.miamiartmuseum.org.
The Deering Estate at Cutler hosts an exhibit of watercolors by figurative, Miami-based artists Daphne Baruch. 2 p.m., with exhibition through Oct. 16 at the estate, 16701 SW 72 Ave., Palmetto Bay. Free with park admission of $5-$7. Details: (305) 235-1668, ext. 233.
Miami Art Central hosts a lecture by Silvia Karman Cubiña, director of The Moore Space, and artist Aida Ruilova on their work within the context of the exhibition "Irreducible: Contemporary Short Form Video." 7:30 p.m. at 5960 SW 57th Ave., South Miami. $3 seniors and students, $5 adults. Details: (305) 445-3336 or www.miamiartcentral.org.