The Wallflower Gallery Turns 21


The Wallflower Gallery Celebrates 21-Year Anniversary at Churchills Pub May 27

Event will feature previous showcase formats Songwriters’ SeriesDynamic DuosVoice & Soul and Interactive Improv Jams

Miami, FL – May 9, 2018 – On Sunday, May 27, 2018, The Wallflower Gallerywill celebrate 21 years of creative interaction with a multi-media showcase of art, music, spoken word, dance, comedy, community speakers and lots of fun at Churchills Pub (5501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, Florida 33137). The festivities will take place at Churchill’s with a 2 stage showcase. As a courtesy to The Wallflower Gallery’s legacy of all-ages showcases, the venue is allowing parents to bring their kids and attend the event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.; 18 and over welcome after. Admission $10 and free for kids under 10. Advance tickets are available online by clicking

“We are working to bring together as many of the musicians, artists, poets, dancers and performers from The Wallflower Gallery’s history as possible,” says the gallery’s creator, designated legacy keeper and local activist Flash. “In addition we will include community speakers from local organizations who were active in The Wallflower Gallery, plus, we are reaching out to former staff and patrons as part of a big family reunion.”

Unlike a typical show, part of the appeal is to make the celebration unique for the artists and audience involved. Each set will include special guests to expand the range of the music, and spoken word artists will join the bands for short pieces to enhance the spontaneity and creativity of the experience. The different formats will layer the performers together and provide a platform for interaction.

There will be a number of reunion performances and the bringing back of some disbanded groups. Flash adds: “with the Interactive Improv Jams, we are combining various performers and sparking inspiration with an experimental flavor. For 13 years, The Wallflower Gallery provided a home in Downtown Miami for artists to develop their craft and enhance their skills. Since the building was torn down in 2010, The Wallflower Gallery has bolstered artists and events through social media and showcase support.”

This event signifies the impact of The Wallflower Gallery beyond the physical building and demonstrates how the essence of collaborative creativity enriches our community and the individuals involved. The all-ages portion of the show will allow families to attend and experience the music, art and performances together before the nighttime activities get more spirited.

Here’s a list of confirmed performers:

Manchild (Reunion Show)
Richard Shepherd
The Tribe
Carl Ferrari & Friends
Sundown Sound
Mr Grim Reapa
Matt Bodi Brenowitz
Tom Schafer
Steve Minotti
Ryan Rachal
Anthony Nelson
Ms Rudy D
Deep Water Willy
Sheik Al Beli

Spoken Word
Benjamin Shahoulian
Rebecca Butterfly Vaughns
Heather Kashick
Janet Seitlin
Jahmal Westmoreland-El
Zarifa Muhammad El

Live Art
Anibal Fernandez


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Michael Mut
Mut Communications