December 7, 2017
Miami, FL
Time: 7:00PM
Venue: Micro Theater Miami
Address: 1490 Biscayne Blvd
Zipcode: 33132
State: FL
Country: US

On Thursday December 7th, to kick off the Art Basel weekend, Estrella Galicia and MicroTheater Miami have teamed up with Brooklyn based and world renowned artist Dima Drjuchin, to bring “NOW!” to Miami.

“Now is about experiencing the present moment and enjoying what you have. We are only ever in the now but we tend to get hung up on the past or where we are going in the future. It’s important to also be present and experience your memories as they are happening.” – Dima Drjuchin

Estrella Galicia and MicroTheater Miami have been partners for many years and this project represents a culmination of their unique spirits, philosophies and dedication to their crafts. This event combines performance, art, music, food and drink to tantalize your senses, creating a truly unique experience.

MicroTheater is in the middle of the season ‘The Best of Micro 2017’ . Every week from Thursday through Sunday from November 16th to December 23rd, a selection of the best and favorite plays seen during the year will be performed. Microtheater Miami is a program of the Cultural Center of Spain in Miami (CCEMiami)
For more information on MircroTheater Miami go tomicrotheatermiami.com.

Estrella Galicia is a 4th generation family owned and independently operated brewery out of the Galicia region in Northern Spain. Their philosophy from grain to glass is one of family, culture, history and enjoying each coming moment. For more information on Estrella Galicia visit www.estrellagalicia.es

Dimitri Drjuchin is an artist/musician who was born in Moscow, but grew up making images and sounds in New York City. He graduated Parsons School of Design in 2003 with a BFA in Illustration.
For more information go to drjuchin.tumblr.com

The glue of the event is resident Miami Dj, Doc Brown.
Doc Brown’s long-time passion for music shines through in both his productions and his performances. Experimenting with MIDI programming and sequencing as early as the mid-90’s, it wasn’t until moving to Miami–and getting his hands on his first set of 1200s–that he was able to link his natural ability to rock a party with his love of creating electronic music in the studio. http://docbrowndj.com/