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Calendar Of Events Events

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Written by on November 24, 2011

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Saturday 11/26

BRIDAL WEEK

   Miami Beach International Bridal Week is produced by Beth Sobol, founder, president and executive producer of Miami Beach International Fashion Week. The two-day event consists of wedding information sessions and resources. Features cultural pavilions, fantasy wedding stylings, interactive seminars, florals, a grooms lounge, four couture fashion shows and celebrity appearances. Noon-7 p.m. through Nov. 27. Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach, 4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. $50 for both days. $30 for one day. Details: www.miamibridalweek.com.

Monday 11/28

ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

   The fifth annual Ornare "Tastemakers Showcase," features hand-picked talent in design and architecture to showcase their work at this event and during Miami Art Week. The event will unveil a window installation concept by DDM Advertising featuring photography of the top featured designers, creating the Ornare logo. 8-11 p.m. Ornare’s Design District Showroom, 3930 NE Second Ave., suite 102/103, Miami. Free to attend. Details: (305) 438-0260.

Thursday 12/1

ART & HOSPITALITY

   Arts for a Better World hosts a breakfast and exhibit with presentation "How Art Benefits the Hotel Industry" by Sebastien Laboureau, curator of Arts for a Better World and fine art advisor. Each guest is asked to bring an unwrapped toy for a child that will be distributed to the Miami Police Athletic League and the City of Miami Police Department. 9-10:30 a.m. Surfcomber Hotel Miami-South Beach, 1717 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. $15. Details: (305) 531-3553 or cherry@gmbha.com or www.artsforabetterworld.com.

MYSTERY ART SHOW

   The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach hosts celebrity designers and established and emerging artists from Miami and around the world for the eighth edition of the Master’s Mystery Art Show to raise funds for the Florida International University Master’s in Fine Arts Program. Original 6-by-9-inch works of art are created by artists and signed only on the back to reveal the name after their sale. Some of this year’s fashion designers include Romero Britto; Peruvian-born Eduardo de las Casas and former head Designer for Bill Blass and Perry Ellis, Jacqueline Quinn. Noon-7 p.m. The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, One Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Free to attend. Details: (786) 276-4006 or jenni.greenspan@ritzcarlton.com.

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