The Miami film, fashion, music and business industries will merge forces to celebrate the impact of British influence on our local culture during the fourth annual BritWeek Miami from February 10-18.
The week will kick off with a VIP Champagne reception in Miami Beach. Then throughout the week, events will take guests through the cultural burrows of greater Miami.
The public is invited to visit the Little Haiti Cultural Center and attend a screening of Dough. The new British film centers on issues of identity, immigration and religion.
It will be followed by a panel discussion on the topic to share ideas and learn from people from all different cultural backdrops.
Then a couple of days later BritWeek Miami is all about the art.
Pop over to the Wynwood Art District to celebrate the work of American and British street artists. London-based artist Tom Inkie Brindle and Miami-based artist ABSTRK will be featured.
They will both paint a wall on SW 24th Street in the name of multiculturalism.
With a week chock full of events catering to both business and pleasure, you’ll want to stick around for a while. Book a room at Hotel Urbano at Brickell Miami and never miss a moment of the action.
BritWeek started in 2007 in southern California. It first came to Miami in 2013 and has only grown since then. Other events during BritWeek Miami will also focus on business and finance, networking and other celebrations of culture.
For more information about the week of events, head over to their website britweek.org.