Bal Harbour’s beachwalk is a public walking, running and cycling path that features three annual exhibitions organized by the city’s art program Unscripted in collaboration top cultural institutions from around the country. Designed in a walkable circle, 50 images and texts present cutting edge contemporary art and creativity inviting visitors to engage, enjoy and interact in new ways within this social space.


November 1, 2017 – February 28, 2018

by Carrie Schneider – Curated by Kendra Paitz

“Reading Women” celebrates creative women in a series of photographic portraits of women writers, musicians and artists, and details of the books they are reading by select women authors.

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June 1 – October 31, 2017

Curated by Scott Cunningham, Melody Santiago Cummings, and Seth Labenz

Post Haste is a series of four visual poems created by O, Miami for Bal Harbour’s beachwalk presented in a colorful, vibrant summer display. Inspired by pre-war marketing for the Burma Shave Company—famous for its advertising campaigns featuring humorous rhyming poems on small sequential highway signs—the poems are presented according to the speed of the beachwalk’s usage as a thoroughfare for biking, jogging, and walking.

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February 9 – May 31st 2017

Curated by Claire Breukel and Iké Udé.

This is the second exhibition on Bal Harbour’s beachwalk featuring 24 images elected by MoCP Executive Director Natasha Egan from Udé’s renowned “Sartorial Anarchy” series as well as a curatorial text. The series combines fashion, design, and self-portraiture.

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Curated by Dr. Paul George, a renown Florida historian

To celebrate Bal Harbour Village’s 70th Anniversary, Unscripted Bal Harbour presented an exhibition of historical and contemporary images recounting key moments in Bal Harbour history. There images were selected by Dr. Paul
George, a renowned Florida historian.

The exhibit was located on Bal Harbour’s beautiful beachpath. This exhibit was the first of an ongoing series of outdoor public exhibitions on Bal Harbour’s beachpath.

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