Dominoes: Bones of Miami

Miami and south Florida in general, where people take playing dominoes very seriously, dominoes can be thought of playing an Olympic sport. The cracks, pops and slaps of the bones on the table will let you know just how serious this game is. “Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About…

GERARD CALISTE: DVCAI A.I.R.

"Untitled," mixed media on paper, 60 x 42 in., © 2017 Currently artist-in-residence, Gerard Caliste, was born in New Orleans Louisiana and currently lives and works in Houston, TX. Gerard’s paintings and works on paper are most often narrative thematic pieces that has its subject matter in the urban setting. “Diaspora Vibe Cultural…

NEA Approved

The full House Appropriations Committee met and approved funding for the National Endowment for the Arts at $145 million for FY 2018.  While we're still gathering details of the meeting, this completes the U.S. House committee consideration and advances the proposal to a possible action on the U.S. House floor…

Griffin Art Prize – Call to Artists

Griffin Gallery calls for entries to the sixth edition of the Griffin Art Prize, an exhibition and studio award in painting and drawing open to UK based artists graduated since 2010. An Exhibition and Award worth £10,000 for Emerging Artists Deadline for applications midnight July 3rd Designed to have a…

Chrom-Art – Call for Artists

After two years of snowballing success Chrom-Art is pleased to announce the Call for Artists for our upcoming third Edition of #TRIBE17 International Art Festival. All UNREPRESENTED emerging and mid-career artists working in ALL MEDIA invited to apply now until 31st July 2017. An international Art festival involving cross-disciplinary Arts…

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU

Thursday, July 13, 2017 @ 7:00pm Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU 301 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139 Photo by : Annie Leibovitz, 2000 One morning in 1995, Irene Williams was spotted by Eric Smith, a New York City designer, entrepreneur and founder of E.G. Smith Socks, and they began a…

CULTURAL APPROPRIATION

CULTURAL APPROPRIATION: A ROUNDTABLE: “CULTURE IS ITSELF an act of citation—of reference, response, and transformation. From Mayan iconography to Warhol, the Pictures generation to Nanook, orientalism to punk, art has copied, taken, simulated, re-created, and appropriated all manner of images, styles, texts, and experiences. When is such movement a form…
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