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Miami Dade College unveils art installation by Carlos Cruz-Diez

Miami Dade College, in collaboration with International Solidarity for Human Rights, commemorates the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with an installation by internationally-renowned artist Carlos Cruz-Diez. ISHR, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, also presented the Human Rights Friendly recognition awards in 4 categories: Human Rights Friendly Country, Human Rights Friendly Educational Institution, Human Rights Friendly Corporation … +

Visual Arts

ArtCenter/South Florida: 1st Residency Art in Public Life

Through Wed May 1, 2019

ArtCenter/South Florida and the City of Miami Beach have named their first Art in Public Life resident, who will provide a fresh perspective in helping the city address the challenge of sea level rise and improve its overall resiliency. Our first Art in Public Life resident, Misael Soto, will provide that perspective, spending a year embedded in the city to both develop … +

Visual Arts

Locust Projects ART ON THE MOVE: Whithervanes by Studio Rootoftwo

Through Fri Jul 20, 2018

Whithervanes are weathervanes for the twenty-first century, tracking and measuring the “climate of fear” on the internet. Installed on three rooftops in Miami, these 4ft-high, internet-connected sculptures inspired by the story of Chicken Little, come to Locust from the Detroit-based hybrid design studio rootoftwo, headed by Cezanne Charles and John Marshall. Whithervanes consists of three headless chicken sculptures, sited on rooftops in … +