The 2019 MUCE Summer Series is an initiative to bring arts to the Miami heritage neighborhoods of Liberty City and Little Haiti, during the Summer months of June, July and August. Accepting all mediums of art, the one day pop-up shows includes visual art, live performances, spoken word and film installations sponsored by the South Florida Web Festival.

May 5th | The Vegan Take Over

Presented by MUCE, The Miami Urban Contemporary Experience,

The Vegan Takeover features 13 Heavenly Soulful Chefs serving up their most flavorful vegan cuisine. 

Whether a veteran or first-timer – every belly will be filled with flavorful vegan delights. The Vegan takeover is a brunch that serves as the pre-summer kick-off celebration for MUCE 5th cultural season.

Sunday, May 5th, 11am -3pm at the MUCE Campus in the heart of the Little Haiti (adjacent to the iconic Chef Creole). Tix: $40 tastings of all courses, bottomless mimosas, dessert, live music, art and good vibes. LEARN MORE

May 1 – 30th | Lakou Lakay Art Exhibition Sponsored By The Office Commissioner Keon Hardemon

May 1st – 30th | Open to the Public, by appointment | MUCE CAMPUS: 246 NW 54th Street READ MORE

May 10, 2019  | Free Film Screening: 1804 The Hidden History Of Haiti

CONSCIOUS FRIDAYS is back on May 10th in honor of Haitian Heritage Month at the MUCE Campus, located at 246 NW 54th Street, Miami 33127, Next door to Chef Creole. Ample free street parking (No parking in the Chef Creole Lot).


May 17, 2019 | MUCE Campus Open House

Meet the MUCE team, tour our MUCE Campus, learn about jobs, shows, and opportunities in the cultural community every Month, 6pm – 9pm

Art, music, vendors, and MORE!
MUCE Campus: 246 NW 54th Street | rsvp here

This is a family friendly BYOB event.

Learn More here