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58 Fall 2020 STATE OF THE ARTS From November 21 to March 7, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale will feature 13 of South Florida's premier artists at its "2020 South Florida Cultural Consortium" exhibition, curated by the museum's director and chief curator, Bonnie Clearwater. "In times of uncertainty, it is especially important to support and showcase local artists who strengthen our communities and offer us new ways to see the world," Clearwater says. Hello, Fall The change of season signals a new slate of enticing book releases, a shows, jewelry and skin care products. BY NILA DO SIMON MAGIC CITY Releasing in November, Miami Beach takes readers on a tour of the bold and wondrous metropolis while showcasing the beautiful places that make it so attractive, including The Surf Club, Faena Hotel and Joe's Stone Crab. Author Horacio Silva also explores Miami's iconic art and culture, such as the international art at The Bass, Wynwood Walls and Art Basel Miami Beach. C I T Y C O O L TAKE A PLUNGE Plunge Beach Resort is bringing the arts to your home through its monthly Plunge into the Arts program. On November 20, photographer Clay Wieland will connect with viewers through Zoom and Facebook Live to give a behind-the-scenes look at how he brings his infrared photography to life. ALL MADE UP Compelled to develop cruelty- free makeup that worked for all skin types, makeup artist Jennifer Bradley, who has worked with the likes of Michelle Obama and Pamela Anderson, created an eponymous line of medical- grade skin care products, along with cosmetics and vegan brushes. HEALING HANDS Count Lenny Kravitz, Pharrell Williams and Sandra Bullock as fans of Musa Jewelry, a line of bracelets and necklaces crafted by Miami native Bobbie van der Vlugt. The beads and stones used in Musa Jewelry's pieces hail from all over the world and are selected to highlight color and spiritual energy. "There is a healing and very spiritual aspect to my work," van der Vlugt says. "Gemstones and crystals have a vibrational energy just like we do, and that corresponds to the energy centers, or chakras, in our bodies."

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