The Fountainhead, a culture-focused nonprofit based in Miami, presents the inaugural “Artists Open” on May 11. From Little Haiti to Doral to Hialeah to Coral Gables, nearly 300 artists throughout Miami-Dade County will open their studio spaces for public tours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The idea is for people to experience the artistic process and engage with the creative minds shaping the region’s art scene. In addition to opening its studios, Laundromat Art Space (5900 NE Second Avenue) exhibits “All That Glitters Is Not Gold.” American painter and curator Erin Parish curated the group show about separating truth from smoke and mirrors through works by nearly a dozen artists including Marilyn Minter, Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst. Go to the Fountainhead’s event website to download the map for other participating studios and look for the bubblegum-pink banners.