Delano South Beach Hosts Charity Art Auction For Stoneman Douglas High School Victims

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In times of tragedy, it’s nice to see your community coming together to show love and support. In light of the recent tragedy in Florida, the Delano South Beach, The Art Plug and The Caliber Foundation have come together to present Raise the Caliber-Art Creates Change Miami, a charity art auction event on Wednesday, February 28th at 7 p.m.

Artwork by DetroitWick

The event will take place inside Delano’s Doheny Room, featuring fine art prints by Black Crow Studios and Lucite sculptures by artist DetroitWick from his latest exhibition, Encapsulate1/SHREDS. The provocative prints and sculptures on sale feature remaining gun parts that have been turned in through gun buyback, amnesty programs, or confiscated from crime scenes encased in solid Lucite.


The artwork on display is curated by Marcel Katz of The Art Plug. 100-percent of the profits from the art sales, event entry fees and a percentage of Doheny Room + LEYNIA’s sales from the evening will be donated directly to victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.


Tickets are $20 and include admission to the silent auction. The first 75 guests will get a limited-edition Caliber Collection MTV X Caliber bracelet. Tickets can be purchased at the door. For more information, you can call (305) 674-5742 or email [email protected] Donations can also be made online.

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