A Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Visual Arts: Studio is a production-oriented, studio art program directed toward individual development. The curriculum is designed for maximum flexibility to accommodate both those seeking advanced training in a particular studio area and those whose interests may involve more media cross-over. Graduates of the program will be prepared for careers as professional artists. The MFA is the terminal degree in Studio Art. – Florida International University for Art + Art History

Ana Goraczko, Gianna DiBartolomeo, Donelric Owens, Devora Perez, Hazel Gil-Salazar, Matthew Chernoff, Maricel Ruiz, Karla Kantorovich, Germain Ruiz, Stepahnie Hibbard, Angela Yang, Samantha Lazarus, Jose Luis Garica, Michael Alexander, Rhea Leonard, Daniel Marosi, Dominique-Sandoval, Chris Friday, Paul Perdomo, Carrington Ware, Alexandra Del Canto, and Yi Chin Hsieh

The Laundromat Art Space is an Artist Residency Program & Exhibition Space for professional Miami artists in the heart of downtown Little Haiti. Our 4500 sq ft space houses 9 artist studios and a gallery. We offer engaging community programming and contemporary art exhibitions. Resident artists have the unique opportunity to be part of an environment which fosters collaboration between multidisciplinary creatives and draw influence from the microcosm of Caribbean Culture which defines Little Haiti.

Founded by alumni from The Art Center South Florida, Bakehouse Arts Complex, and the Wynwood Arts District, the Laundromat Art Space is an artist run collective which focuses on the development of local artists, provides innovative curatorial opportunities and artistic programming for the community.

The Laundromat Art Space is presented by The Rise Up Gallery, a non profit organization based in Miami which provides pro bono art therapy workshops to the community. Rise Up is a 100% volunteer based organization and is funded entirely through grants, private donations, and the sale of artwork.

Laundromat Art Space
5900 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, Florida 33137