The Bass Museum Throws A Legendary Party, Wants You To Delete Facebook

If you're a gal (or guy) about town in Miami, chances are you've been to the Bass Museum's monthly happy hour, "Beats After Sunset." This Friday's iteration, however, is more than the typical soirée — it's also the opening reception for the museum's latest project, "Erasey Page." Created by local artist Jillian Mayer, in collaboration with computer programmer Eric Schoenborn, the installation is a blow-your-mind virtual game that allows users to "erase" the WWW, one page at a time. Meant to question our society's reliance on technology (guilty!), the work is part parody, part infomercial, and completely fascinating.
The party will have tunes spun by the red-hot DJ Oly and cocktails poured by Herradura Tequila to get you ready for the weekend. Admission is $8 for non-members, but as always, we've got you covered — say "Post Modern Bass Pass" at the front desk for free bevs all night.
When: Friday, April 6 from 8 to 11 p.m.
Where: Bass Museum, 2100 Collins Avenue (at Apollo Drive); 305-864-3434.

Photo: Courtesy Bass Museum

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