Thursday, April 17, 2014

Everglades Art in the Community

In Deep
The Deering Estate at Cutler
16701 SW 72nd Avenue, Mami, FL

Experience the integrated relationship between people and the environment through site specific eco and environmental works in visual, literary and performing arts.

Select works from the AIRIE collection will be on display through April 24th.  Works focused on the theme of water are from Harumi Abe, Wendy Call, Mark Dion and Dana Sherwood, Mollie Doctrow, Karen Glaser, Judith Greavu, Joanna Kidd and Danni Downing, Deedra Ludwig, Gustavo Matamoros, Christopher Reiger, and Anne McCrary Sullivan.


Review of the Day Trip with Christy Gast, Board President for AIRIE Inc. the nonprofit that supports the AIRE program at Everglades National Park.

Thanks go out to AIRIE supporters who joined us on Saturday, April 5th in the 'Glades! We heard artists talk about their work, saw a newly captured Burmese Python with volunteer biologist Skip Snow, learned about the elimination of exotic flora, and saw the Nike Missile hidden in the Hole-in-the-Donut. Check out this interview with Christy Gast seen on CBS this week,

Inholdings - continues at Locust Projects, 3852, N. Miami Ave, FL, through April 21st.
March AIRIE resident Nathaniel Sandler blogs for the Knight Foundation

A blog about his March residency in the Everglades at

Save the Date

Flight: Aloft in the Everglades
Presented in partnership with AIRIE

ArtCenter South Florida
The Richard Shack Gallery
800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL, 33139

Wendy Call | Lisa Elmaleh | Naomi Fisher | Gustavo Matamoros | Adam Nadel | Trong Nguyen | Rebecca Reeve | Nathanial Sandler | Susan Silas

ON VIEW May 3 - July 6, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION Wednesday, May 7, 2014 | 7-10pm

Flight: Aloft in the Everglades
Flight is an exhibition of new work created by artists who participated in the AIRIE residency at Everglades National Park. The artists in the exhibition each spent a month living and working in the park, immersed in the ecological and cultural concerns of the River of Grass. Their works explore many facets of our cultural experience of nature in this World Heritage Site. In Flight, the Everglades are considered through aerial views of suburban encroachment, birds taking wing, the ethereal nature of wind, and even the stark contrast of nuclear missiles housed deep in the wilderness.

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