Artists in Residence in Everglades, Inc. (AIRIE) partners with Everglades National Park to support and enhance the arts and cultural heritage of this subtropical wilderness through artist residency and public outreach programs.
What Does A Residency In the Everglades Mean?

What Does A Residency In the Everglades Mean?

    AIRIE, Inc presents a 3 minute video describing the benefits of an Everglades National Park residency. Since being founded in 2001, this non-profit supporting organization has consistently placed the quality of the artists experience above all other goals. Our highly creative community outreach program ensures that the public...
AIRIE Nest: Blooming World

AIRIE Nest: Blooming World

Blooming World, an exhibition of paintings by Elisabeth Condon, is comprised of 15 wondrous nature based works drenched in pours of colorful, cloud-like swirls of compositional complexity, curated by Deborah Mitchell, AIRIE, Inc., Executive Director. During her AIRIE residency, Condon researched the microclimates in topography to heighten her sense of layering water...
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Airie invited to participate in PAMMs' Salon Series: Exploring the Roles of Art & Science in the Everglades

Airie invited to participate in PAMMs’ Salon Series: Exploring the Roles of Art & Science in the Everglades

Can the power of Art & Science help save the Everglades?  Artists in Residence in the Everglades (Airie, Inc) and the Everglades Foundation present compelling reasons why a multidisciplinary approach may be necessary to restore, protect and preserve the River of Grass.  AIRIE Excutive Director, Deborah Mitchell and Wetlands Ecologist Dr. Stephen Davis share an...
AIRIE X PAMM: Getting the Water Right

AIRIE X PAMM: Getting the Water Right

AIRIE X PAMM: Getting the Water Right Date: Saturday, April 29, 2017 Time: 2 pm Location: Perez Art Museum RSVP here  MiamiJoin us for an unprecedented discussion about the role cultural arts can play with environmental issues between Everglades National Park Superintendent Pedro Ramos, Everglades Foundation biologist Stephen Davis, UCLA anthropologist Jessica Cattelino, and AIRIE artists Adam...
AIRIE featured on Fresh Art International with Cathy Byrd

AIRIE featured on Fresh Art International with Cathy Byrd

On February 8, 2017 AIRIE was featured on jolt radios, Fresh Art International with Curator Cathy Byrd, for a discussion on Culture and Community: Knight Arts Challenge and South Florida Residency Programs Listen to the interview here.
Wild Culture Events: 2017 Sundays in the Park

Wild Culture Events: 2017 Sundays in the Park

2017 Sundays in the Park Wild Culture is a series of events are designed to highlight the cultural connection between AIRIE and the unique biosphere of Everglades National Park. Sunday, January 15, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Ernest F. Coe Visitor’s Center Presentation Room Tour AIRIE Fellow Adam Nadel’s Getting the Water Right.  After,...
Getting the Water Right, Featuring Adam Nadel

Getting the Water Right, Featuring Adam Nadel

The photographic and ethnographic exhibition Getting the Water Right: The Culture and Politics of Water in the Everglades, on view from January 15th – June 1st. A collaboration between internationally acclaimed photographer Adam Nadel and UCLA anthropologist Jessica Cattelino, Getting the Water Right visually and textually explores the interplay of ecological, social, and cultural processes...
AIRIE Named Winner in Knight Arts Challenge for AIRIE Nest Opening May 1st

AIRIE Named Winner in Knight Arts Challenge for AIRIE Nest Opening May 1st

We are excited to announce that AIRIE was awarded a Knight Arts Challenge Grant for our project, AIRIE Nest. This project will aim to tell the story of the cultural and ecological forces that shape South Florida by creating an interdisciplinary gallery at the Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center in Everglades National Park. Find a...
Science Communication Through Art: Objectives, Challenges, and Outcomes

Science Communication Through Art: Objectives, Challenges, and Outcomes

Science Communication Through Art: Objectives, Challenges, and Outcomes Download the PDF file .
Watch: AIRIE featured on Art Loft

Watch: AIRIE featured on Art Loft

Catch AIRIE on WPBT Channel 2 Art Loft on Tuesday, September 20 at 7:30 pm. We are thrilled to be in such good company with The National Young Arts Foundation, Miami City Ballet, and Coral Gables Museum. Catch the trailer for the upcoming show here.
AIRIE Roundtable Discussion | featuring Wild Billboard Artist Franky Cruz

AIRIE Roundtable Discussion | featuring Wild Billboard Artist Franky Cruz

Join AIRIE for our Wild Billboard finale with a Roundtable Discussion featuring Franky Cruz on Saturday, November 12th from 6-7pm at the Rojas + Rubensteen Projects, 8051 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, 33138 A heron whose plumes weigh more than gold, Franky Cruz, 2015, on view from 11/7-12/5 at NE 55th St & NE 2nd Ave...
Everglades Books by AIRIE Fellows

Everglades Books by AIRIE Fellows

Follow the link below to review and purchase some of our AIRIE Fellows books inspired by their residency in Everglades National Park. Marion Belanger- Everglades: Outside and Within AIRIE Fellow: 2004 Belanger, Marion. 2009. Everglades: Outside and Within. Center for American Places at Columbia College: Chicago. Click here to purchase. Lisa Elmaleh- Everglades AIRIE Fellow:...
April 9th: AIRIE WEIRD MIAMI bus tour

April 9th: AIRIE WEIRD MIAMI bus tour

Bas Fisher Invitational presents a WEIRD MIAMI bus tour by Artists in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE) featuring artists Jason Hedges and Christina Pettersson, with special guest Houston Cypress Saturday, April 9th, 3-7 p.m. Bus will depart at 3pm SHARP. Please arrive at 2:45 to ensure prompt departure Tickets are $40 each in advance with only...
Applications for 2017 Residency are now closed

Applications for 2017 Residency are now closed

  AIRIE’s 2017 applications are now closed. Our 2018 residency applications will open March 1, 2017. For questions, please email us at airieinfo@gmail.com.