The ACND Gallery of Art (established in 2007) is offered as an expression of solidarity with its neighbors in the historic Buena Vista Brentwood and Little Haiti sections of the upper east side of Miami including the recently developed areas surrounding the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and the Design District.
With a historical and when required courageous commitment to diversity Archbishop Curley Notre Dame High School founded in 1953 seeks to articulate to each new generation the brindled beauty of our multi-colored reality.
As a school in the tradition of Edmund Rice and the Christian Brothers ACND is challenged to develop curricula which promote the harmonious growth of the whole person while ever seeking a synthesis of faith and life life and culture. The Gallery of Art is intended to be a space that welcomes the works of alums and friends whose innovative and insightful perspectives bring us to a more profound understanding of the abundance of our lives.
Each exhibit is designed to provide an opportunity for educational enrichment through the promotion of thought and discussion. School groups are encouraged to call ahead and reserve a complimentary tour.
Archbishop Curley Notre Dame High School is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and does not engage in the sale of art nor charge for the use of the gallery space. All exhibitions are provided as a service to the community and exist for the sole purpose of educational and community outreach.
Simon Hare’s “”East of 95″” (September 11 – October 30 2010)