The Lowe Art Museum is a real standout among university art musteums. The real showpiece is the Palley Pavillion which contain many works by some of the finest American glass artists. The museum's collection is quite eclectic including American, European, African, Chinese, Japanese, and Indian art. The museum also currently hosts an exhibit of art of Christo and Jeane-Claude, largely drawings of their plans for wrapping major structures. The Lowe is definitely worth a visit if you are on the south side of Miami and worth a diversion if you are into contemporary glass art. Parking on the university campus is a bit sparse, but you are likely to snag a metered space in front of the museum.
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