Artists in Residence in Everglades brings artists, writers, composers and choreographers to Everglades National Park for month-long residencies in the subtropical wilderness.
AIRIE Residency Open Call 2016

AIRIE Residency Open Call 2016

Applications for AIRIE residency 2016 are now being accepted through submittable.com. Deadline: June 15, 2015 Spanning the southern tip of the Florida peninsula and most of Florida Bay, Everglades National Park is the only subtropical wilderness in North America. It is known for its rich wildlife, particularly large wading birds,...
NSU / Art Fort Lauderdale presents: MONTHLY ART ROUNDTABLE

NSU / Art Fort Lauderdale presents: MONTHLY ART ROUNDTABLE

MONTHLY ART ROUNDTABLE Transformative Experiences: Art in the Wilderness with Deborah Mitchell Tuesday, April 21, 2015 12PM         Join artist Deborah Mitchell, executive Director of AIRIE as she discusses transformative experiences and why they are vital to the artists interpreting endangered World Heritage sites.  Artists in Residence...
Portraits of Birds, Birders and their environments with  Alan Winslow

Portraits of Birds, Birders and their environments with Alan Winslow

  Portraits of Birds, Birders and their environments with Alan Winslow April 30th, 6pm Tropical Audubon Society 5530 Sunset Dr, Miami, FL, 33143       Alan Winslow is a documentary and fine art photographer whose work often centers on micro-communities. During this month-long AIRIE Residency, Alan’s goal has been to document...
Everglades National Park through the Arts

Everglades National Park through the Arts

By Bill Maxwell for South Dade News Leader In 2000, when the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan was approved, powerful stakeholders were paying close attention. After all, CERP’s goal was to capture unused fresh water that flowed to the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico and send it to regions...
Announcing 2015 AIRIE Fellows

Announcing 2015 AIRIE Fellows

Artists in Residence in Everglades is pleased to announce the 2015 AIRIE Fellows. This year, AIRIE boasts a creative group of local, national and international artists—painters, new media artists, photographers, writers, a filmmaker and an architect—who will live and work in the Everglades for a month at a time. 2015...
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PAMM Contemporaries Explored the Everglades with AIRIE

PAMM Contemporaries Explored the Everglades with AIRIE

PAMM Contemporaries Explored the Everglades with AIRIE On Saturday, March 14, 2015, the PAMM Contemporaries trekked west to the Everglades for a special art crawl with AIRIE, an artist residency program in the Everglades. The Everglades has been a source of inspiration for many of Pérez Art Museum Miami’s collection artists, including Christy Gast and...
AIRIE AND THE ABESS CENTER  PRESENT  AnthropoScene: Art and Nature in a Manufactured Era

AIRIE AND THE ABESS CENTER PRESENT AnthropoScene: Art and Nature in a Manufactured Era

Recognizing the major impact of human industry on Earth’s ecosystems, American biologist Eugene Stoermer coined the word “anthropocene” in the 1980s.  The term was popularized in 2000 when Nobel prize-winning atmospheric chemist Paul Crutzen argued that the massive alterations to the globe that began in the late 1700s constituted a new geological epoch. Scientists currently...
AIRIE Exhibition at Museum of Florida Art & Culture

AIRIE Exhibition at Museum of Florida Art & Culture

  South Florida State College Museum of Florida Art and Culture presents Flight: Art Aloft in the Everglades January 28 – March 4 , 2015 Flight is an exhibition of new work created by artists who participated in the AIRIE residency at Everglades National Park. The artists in the exhibition each spent a month living...
AIRIE in the Garden Benefit @ Pinecrest Garden: Buy Tickets Here

AIRIE in the Garden Benefit @ Pinecrest Garden: Buy Tickets Here

AIRIE in the Garden Saturday, January 24th 2-5 pm at Pinecrest Gardens 11000 Red Road, Pinecrest, FL 33156 AIRIE invites you to an afternoon benefit of Everglades inspired art and live performances featuring artists from its 2014-15 residency program. Situated in the heart of South Florida, Pinecrest Gardens is the perfect setting for a gathering...
Ghosting Nature: Prudence Gill Exhibition @ Biscayne Nature Center

Ghosting Nature: Prudence Gill Exhibition @ Biscayne Nature Center

2014 AIRIE Fellow Prudence Y. Gill’s solo exhibition Ghosting Nature is on view at the Marjorie Stoneman Douglass Biscayne Nature Center on Key Biscayne until December 21. 2015. Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center 6767 Crandon Boulevard (Use North Beach Entrance) Key Biscayne, FL 33149 Phone: (305) 361-6767 ext. 119 The Nature Center is accessible via...
AIRIE Benefit Highlights: A Curator's Perspective

AIRIE Benefit Highlights: A Curator’s Perspective

By Tami Katz-Freiman for knightarts.org As a board member of AIRIE, I have had the privilege and honor to outline and follow the selection of the artistic program for our upcoming benefit event on Saturday, January 24th in Pinecrest Gardens, where we will launch our new Knight Arts Challenge-supported Wild Billboards campaign. The benefit will...
AIRIE Panel at Miami Book Fair International Highlights the Value of the Everglades

AIRIE Panel at Miami Book Fair International Highlights the Value of the Everglades

By Abel Folgar for Miami New Times For the last 14 years, the Artists in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE) has strengthened the bonds between science and art as a means of creating awareness and insuring the survival of the Everglades — a unique and delicate ecosystem that is unique and should be of utmost concern...
Reed Van Brunschot: Man and Nature

Reed Van Brunschot: Man and Nature

By September 2014 AIRIE Fellow Reed Van Brunschot for knightarts.org I started my adventure by driving all the way down south to the very tip of America to the small village called Flamingo to meet ranger Ryan to receive my keys for the AIRIELAB studio. There was absolutely no phone service, and it was a...
Maxwell: Florida's vital challenge: to save the Everglades

Maxwell: Florida’s vital challenge: to save the Everglades

By AIRIE Fellow Bill Maxwell for the Tampa Bay Times EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK — The health of Florida’s environment never should have become a partisan issue, but we keep electing officials who make it partisan. As a result, we see the continued degradation of our water and land and serious threats to many plants and...
AIRIE at the Book Fair Nov. 18

AIRIE at the Book Fair Nov. 18

An Evening with AIRIE (Artists in Residence in Everglades) Miami Bookfair International 2014 Tuesday, November 18th @ 7pm at The Swamp Pavillion Look for the big tent at the southeast corner of N.E. 3rd Street and 2nd Avenue. Science + Art:  Transformative Experiences in the Everglades Despite its importance, abundance of wildlife, and great natural...
Sun Sentinel Reviews FAU Common Ground Exhibition

Sun Sentinel Reviews FAU Common Ground Exhibition

Bat Sounds and Gator Bones at FAU By Phillip Valys, SouthFlorida.com/Sun Sentinel September 19, 2014 To record the noise of bats in the Everglades, sound artist Gustavo Matamoros ventured out to the palmettos and pine trees of Long Pine Key at 3 a.m., an ultrasonic microphone in hand, and captured the sound of something he...
AIRIE in Departures Magazine

AIRIE in Departures Magazine

AIRIE’s (Wet) Land Art by Josh Dean for Departures Magazine October 16, 2014 Founded in 2001, Artists in Residence in Everglades, or AIRIE, is one of the country’s most unusual programs. Fellows, such as New York–based visual artist Dana Levy (see her on-site installation, Emerging from the Swamp, above), spend a month alone in a...