Thursday, November 21, 2019

Live from the Everglades, Part Two

South Florida’s subtropical wilderness inspired us to stage a remote radio broadcast from the Everglades. On February 24, 2019, we brought live and pre-recorded...

Live From The Everglades, Part One

South Florida’s subtropical wilderness inspired us to stage a remote radio broadcast from the Everglades. On February 24, 2019, we brought live and...

Robert Chambers On Art, Ancient Plants, And New Technologies

Miami-based sculptor Robert Chambers lived in Everglades National Park for one month in 2018, as a Fellow in the Artist in Residence in Everglades...

Art with a Sense of Place, Part Two

Art with a Sense of Place considers creative projects that respond to a physical space and those that react to or embrace a historic...

Poetry, Art and Community Justice | Fresh Art International

In Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, we meet poet Aja Monet, legal justice advocates Meena Jagannath and Alayah Glenn, and artist Eddie Arroyo...

Where Art Meets Sand and Social Behavior

What does it mean to make art collectively? How does art speak to our shared destiny? Where does sand intersect with art and community? In...

Whithervanes: The Art of Anxiety

In 2018, Locust Projects invited the Detroit-based design duo known as root of two to bring three headless chickens to roost in Miami. For...

Black in America

What does it mean to be Black in 21st century America? The expression of Blackness in art has a history of intricate connections to...

What is the art of the capitalism | Fresh Art International

Today, capitalism, also known as “the free market,” is linked to trade wars, massive student debt, entire countries going bankrupt, burgeoning virtual currencies and...

Art of the Everyday

What happens outside the art scene inspires many of today’s curators, filmmakers and artists. They mine the conceptual depth of personal and communal rituals...