CLUB JEWEL BOX is a one-night installation celebrating queer poetry, performance and cinema. Named after one of Miami’s first queer clubs, this ephemeral space celebrates Miami’s queer past, present, and future. Guests are invited to cruise the space, taking in six films that are paired with visual and aural performances. The night explores desire, anticipation, and eroticism.
Selected films | BLOW JOB (Andy Warhol, 1963) | CHRISTMAS ON EARTH (Barbara Rubin, 1963) | FIREWORKS (Kenneth Anger, 1947) | LOOKING FOR LANGSTON (Isaac Julien, 1989) | MANO DESTRA (Cleo Übelmann 1986) |PINK NARCISSUS (James Bidgood, 1971) |
Beverages provided by Tito's Handmade Vodka and Concrete Beach Brewery for 21+ with I.D.