The opening reception for the Let There Be Reggae art exhibit will take place Thursday, December 7, from 6 to 10 p.m., in the Wynwood section of Miami during Art Basel weekend at the Mana Wynwood complex 360 NW 23rd Street

Let There Be Reggae is a curated snapshot of this massive worldwide musical scene. The exhibition will give its audience a glimpse into the odyssey of Reggae music and today’s Dancehall culture.

The Let There Be Reggae art exhibition will feature work from Australian artist/illustrator Robin Clare, Jamaican photographer Roy Sweetland, Jamaican photographer who lives in Fort LauderdaleDavid Muir, ultimate Jamaican Dancehall street sign collector Maxine Walters, and founder of Irish and Chin “sound clash promotions,” Garfield “Chin” Bourne.  The cover illustration of Let There Be Reggae was created by Harlem artist Corey Evans who now lives in Miami.

It would be impossible to exhibit all of this Reggae/Dancehall artwork without including musical guests. Appearing will be renowned recording artist Freddie McGregor, legendary selector Tony Matterhorn and popular South Florida sound system IIconz.

Let There Be Reggae will run December 7- 9. General admission is $10. For more information, visit LetThereBeReggae.com or follow on instagram @lettherebereggae.

source:  Jennifer Brown, Let There Be Reggae