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Kcull Life, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that was created from the need for cultural preservation in overlooked neighborhoods. Read about our latest projects below.
The Artist Behind the Legends As part of its social mission, Kcull Life Foundation is continually seeking out partnerships with local Miami artists.
Salsa’s Greatest Legends Mural
Official Unveiling on Saturday, March 11th The mural we present is a collection of Salsa’s Greatest Legends involved in the
Taking a Look Back at Kcull’s December Events
We recap last year with one of Kcull’s last events. In December, one of Kcull’s local artist, Katelyn Fay did
Beautifying abandoned areas or overlooked historic neighborhoods not only brings heightened attention, but a regrowth within local culture.
Artistic expression not only elevates the human experience, but helps rally entire communities around substantial ideas and concepts:
Neighborhoods designing their own solutions
DIANA CONTRERASDiana Contreras (b. Peru, 1981) has established herself as an influential Miami artist. From painting murals in the Urban Art scene to exhibiting canvas pieces in galleries, her work has been seen in exhibitions and private collections in several parts of the world including Street Art Dubai Gallery in Dubai.
PALOMA DUEÑASMexican Born local artist Paloma Dueñas, creates handcrafted art, jewelry and original photography art. Focusing on all that is Mexican inspired: La Loteria Mexicana, who is Frida Kahlo? and the focus on educating the community about the real meaning and tradition of the celebration of Day of the Dead.
JAVIER CORRALESJavier’s a local Miami artist that enjoys working with his hands and making beautiful things. He specializes in finding, cutting, sanding and the illustrating on slabs of wood. The warmth and organic feel he gets from using a canvas with life is something he finds exhilarating. Javier says: “Nature is already a work of art.
LUSHY ARTSAlexandra Seda, professionally known as Miss Lushy, is a national mural artist that blends vibrant colors and passion for music into her paintings and exclusive portraits. Growing up in South Florida, Miss Lushy was influenced by the hip-hop culture and was fascinated by the urban art scene. Her admiration and love for graffiti street art inspired her to pick up a spray can and paint on a much larger scale than just canvases.
Overtown Walking Tour
Overtown has been the heart of an African American community from its early inception to the present. A community that provided a place for many to gather while enjoying life to the greatest gratification. For old and new residents, Overtown is home. This hidden gem that Miami has to offer in all of the city’s existence has always been evolving with time. Come on to explore the neighborhood by visiting its historical sites, while experiencing the local shops that added new flavor of fulfilment to enjoy life.
Downtown: Coconut Grove Walking Tour
The grove area is considered a pioneered town in all of early South Floridian lives. The same progressiveness has been continuing in many ways which makes it a very unique place to work, live, and play. These traits allow clusters of numerous opportunities for engagement within the environment. From one corner to the next guest shall be capture the murals art, overgrown tree canopies, architecture, local artist working on their craft, clear water of Biscayne Bay and places of entertainment.
Little Havana Beyond Cuba Walking Tour
Cuba is the second closest country to Miami of only 330 miles, 531 kilometers apart. The correlation of Cuba and Miami comes in full intuition from the time Cuba gained independence from Spain. The presence of Cuban culture in Miami is flamboyant in Little Havana from sunrise to sunset. On site users shall experience the locals through shared history of Cuba from within and abroad.