Cars Meet Art Display Returns to Auto Show for Second Year
For many gear heads, cars are all about engine size, horsepower, and torque numbers.
For those with an eye for art, however, cars can present an opportunity to express your creative talent.
And patrons will be able to do just that as the Cars Meet Art exhibit returns for a second consecutive year to the Miami International Auto Show presented by Ally Financial, a leading financial services company specializing in auto financing, online banking and corporate finance.
The exhibit is dedicated to highlighting the urban art explosion in Miami’s Wynwood District and showcases the works of several U.S.-based, world-famous street artists. A variety of cars and matching murals will be painted and put on display to pique the interests of a wide range of show-goers.
The following is a list of artists along with the manufacturers that will be providing autos for this year’s Cars Meet Art exhibit.
Claudio Picasso, Mazda
Don Rimx, Buick
Jessy Nite, FIAT
German Lemus, Scion
But more than getting just a look at what the artists come up with, show-goers may also walk-up to Ally Auto Alley and design their own Cars Meet Art-like creation on touch screen displays. Fun and fresh, their designs will automatically be entered into an Ally Auto Alley contest for chances to win an all-inclusive 5-night trip for two including economy airfare to The Hard Rock Hotel in Cancun, Mexico.
The Cars Meet Art display will be on the main show floor and will feature a DJ and interior enhancements to add to the experience. Show visitors are encouraged to review the show’s event schedule as some of the artists will be on-site to interact with attendees, answer questions, and even sign available work.
The Miami International Auto Show presented by Ally is among the largest nationally and will run Nov. 6-15 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach. Tickets are $15 for adults and $6 for children 6-12. Children 5 and under are free.
For more information, or to purchase tickets for this year’s event, visit www.miamiautoshow.net.