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Long-established as the preeminent launching pad for emerging contemporary art, SCOPE recognizes the significant cultural impact of VH1’s You Oughta Know Initiative, which exposes new musical talent worldwide. Through a series of curatorial collaborations on-air, online and on-site in Miami, SCOPE and VH1 are teaming up to celebrate and amplify the creativity of emerging visual art.
Returning to Miami with a new location on the most highly-trafficked gateway to the Midtown Arts District, Scope Miami 2012 will have a monumental pavilion will be accompanied by The VH1 Outdoor Lounge, located at N.E. 36th St and Midtown Blvd. The premier destination to discover new talent in music, art and beyond, the VH1 Outdoor Lounge will be accessible to all SCOPE visitors for the duration of the fair, December 4 – 9, 2012.
On Thursday, December 6th, the Scope Miami 2012 Official Party will be presented by VH1and feature groundbreaking You Oughta Know musical talent from VH1’s impressive roster, alongside SCOPE & VH1 co-curated visual work.
Launched in 2004, VH1′s “You Oughta Know” franchise introduces promising new artists on the rise to VH1′s base of music lovers. Many “You Oughta Know” artists have gone on to win industry awards and accolades including “Best New Artist” Grammy Awards and nominations. This highly acclaimed franchise has helped break artists such as Adele, Amy Winehouse, Bruno Mars, The Civil Wars, Colbie Caillat, Corinne Bailey Rae, Foster The People, The Fray, Gotye, Grace Potter and The Nocturnals, James Blunt, Mumford & Sons, Sara Bareilles, Regina Spektor and many, many others.
In the same spirit, Scope Miami 2012 will provide what Scope is known for, which is its uncanny ability to forecast new trends in visual art that are embraced globally. Long-established as the original incubator for emerging contemporary art, galleries and artists that have exhibited at SCOPE and in SCOPE’s Breeder Program, have achieved critical acclaim, internationally. Contributing to VH1’s You Oughta Know mission, SCOPE will be introducing VH1 to our participating visual artists and galleries to foster groundbreaking creative relationships that unite music and art.
“The worlds of music and art are cross-pollinating more and more, so we’re excited to partner with the visionaries at SCOPE. The SCOPE Art Show has an incredible reputation in the international creative community, and we’re honored to be a part of the event and share with attendees some amazing new music from our You Oughta Know artists,” said Phil Delbourgo, SVP, Branding & Design, VH1.”
More info: SCOPE Miami 2012 will be accepting exhibitor and Breeder Program applications through August 15th. Please download Exhibitor Prospectus at www.scope-art.com
First View, Tuesday, Dec 4, 4pm-8pm
For VIP and Press (or $100 donation at door)
Official Scope Party, Thursday, Dec 6, 10 pm
Wed – Sat, Dec 6 – Dec 8, 11am – 7pm
Sun, Dec 9, 11am – 6pm
110 NE 36th Street
Miami, Florida 33138
Free for VIP cardholders
FirstView, Tuesday: $100
General, Wed-Sun: $20
Student, Wed-Sun: $15
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