Wynwood Trash & Treasure Hunt
Creating cleaner streets, less flooding & safer waters while having fun
Imagine walking down the street and spotting some sort of treasure on the ground. It could be a watch, a necklace, a $20 bill. Most of us wouldn’t think twice about picking up that treasure. Now imagine if we all reacted the same way to trash we encounter on the streets every day. Picking it up every time, and properly disposing of it; creating a more pleasant environment on the ground and in the water that surrounds us. Cleaner and safer for all inhabitants of this planet.
Finding Treasure, Fixing Trash
On Saturday, July 31st please join us for a Trash & Treasure Hunt in Wynwood. Volunteers will be invited to collect trash across the neighborhood and along the way, they may happen upon a numbered banana. Each number corresponds to a piece of artwork, generously donated by local Miami artists. Anyone who finds a banana will receive the corresponding piece of art once they turn in a full bag of collected trash.
Beatriz Chachamovits is a Brazilian artist and marine researcher whose work deals with the decline of the coral reef ecosystems. She makes drawings, sculptures and installations that investigate and highlight the main causes of the state that coral reefs are found today.
Brett Olivieri's approach to design is often minimalistic mixed with a handcrafted playfulness. He has experience with many areas of design including web, print, furniture, installation, and graphics for apparel.
The Lady Buggies have spread their joy and light to people all across the country. Here in Wynwood, these one-of-a-kind art cars offer unique tour experiences. Equipped with incredible sound and light systems, it's impossible not to smile when riding or seeing a Lady Buggy on the Wynwood streets.
Yarrow Mazzetti has an obsession with the creation of space and experiences. He is a passionate fabricator known for taking blank canvases and transforming them into an awe-inspiring spectacles. His creations span from art cars and customized adult playgrounds to unique furniture and architectural designs.
Natasha Tomchin is an artist, designer and coder. Inspired by the clouds and lush flora, her art draws directly from her surroundings in an effort to connect more deeply with nature. These feelings translate across code art, painted furniture, sculpture, video, and projection installations.