By: Kate

Until the last year or so the local art and music scene was dwindling on a thin line in Fort Lauderdale.  With a re-vamp in venues and some very ambitious and talented artists, the scene is starting to thrive and its rapid growth looks incredibly promising.  Almost every week a local band graces one of our Fort Lauderdale stages or some über-hip resident socialites are throwing an art show/warehouse party.  This Thursday is no different when Twilight Notes and Radio-Active Records present the monthly (or bi-monthly) coffee shop-cum-art gallery event, Dialect, at Brew Urban Cafe in downtown Fort Lauderdale.  DJs Adam Foster, Mikey Ramirez, Damask, and Esoteric are providing the sounds; your goal is to sip a brew, caffeinated or hop-infused, and enjoy the wonderful works of exhibiting artists Jose Lopez, Estefania Lopez, Ilian Velasco, Kazilla, Raymond Brown, and N! Satterfield.  A typical night at a Dialect event means the coffee shop and its patrons will spew out on to SW 2nd street downtown, socializing over a few choice beverages, and supporting the local indie art scene.  The FTL Collective strongly encourages you to tell your friends to tell their friends and come out to Brew tonight at 8 pm.  The event is free to the public and a majority of the artwork will be for sale if you are so inclined to stock your abode with some lovely local artistry.

Brew Urban Cafe
209 SW 2nd Ave.
8 pm – 12 am

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