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.
Past
TM Sisters

TM Sisters

TM Sisters (April 2017) TM Sisters are a Miami based sibling duo who work in multi-media realms of digital video performance, collages, installations, sculpture, fashion pieces, video games, and VJing at night clubs. Their techno, tropical aesthetic shines along with their do-it-yourself ethic started by being home schooled together on the sands of South Florida....
Jason Hedges

Jason Hedges

Jason Hedges (October 2015) is a Miami-based artist whose practice often explores food and drink, and humanity’s relationships with them throughout history. The work draws from the inherent beauty as well as the cultural significances that we have developed. The work is often interactive or a by-product of an action. His work has been exhibited...
Onajide Shabaka

Onajide Shabaka

Onajide Shabaka (September 2015) is a visual artist, curator, and writer. His art practice makes references to the anthropological, geological and biological through a visual aesthetic that is challenging and visceral, with a grounding in African Atlantic culture. His writing and curatorial practice focuses largely on contemporary art and culture, and subject specific research.
Matthew Booth

Matthew Booth

Photographer Matthew Booth (July 2015) has a very specific goal for his AIRIE residency–to make a single picture in Fakahatchee Strand. Booth studies the long view–histories and ideas of progress–and the swamp stands for a certain phase in evolution.  To that end, the quest to discover the ghost orchid drives the passion for his summer...
Andrew Gottlieb

Andrew Gottlieb

Andrew Gottlieb (June 2015), based in Irvine, California, is a writer of place who writes fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.  He has been published in over 28 literary journals and  received countless nominations for prestigious awards such as the Pushcart Prize in 2011, the most honored literary project in America, and the Del Sol Press Book...
Franky Cruz

Franky Cruz

Miami-based Visual artist Franky Cruz (May 2015) begins his projects by researching and absorbing information with interests in life in decomposition, color, frequency, geometry and questions of origin: from the stardust that was before galaxy, 
to the first signs of life on the planet, the dawn of civilizations, the ecosystem of bacteria living in and...
Alan Winslow

Alan Winslow

Alan Winslow (April 2015) is a photographer and educator based in Brooklyn, New York. Winsolow earned a BA in Photography and Environmental Studies at the University of Buffalo, and his primary interest is in documenting micro-communities within the United States through portraiture. He has spent the past six years working on long-term projects with Restless...
Nancy Krim

Nancy Krim

Writer Nancy Krim (March 2015) spent twenty-three years teaching English at Scarsdale High School, developing techniques for bringing out the best in her students. Educated at Stanford University, she is both a master teacher and a practicing poet with an MFA from the Warren Wilson MFA Program. Nancy has published both essays and poetry in...
Caterina Tiazzoldi

Caterina Tiazzoldi

Brooklyn-based architect, artist and scientist Caterina Tiazzoldi (January 2015) is the principal of the award-winning interdisciplinary art and architecture firm Caterina Tiazzoldi Studio.  The Studio provides architectural design, urban installations, public art and exhibit design. The studio produces innovative design solutions through the strong interaction between professional practice and the research that Caterina develops as...
Regina Jestrow

Regina Jestrow

Regina Jestrow (November 2014) was born and raised in Queens, New York, and has lived in Miami since 1999. Her mother was an avid semesters and knitter and made clothes for the family when Regina was a child. Regina attended a vocational high school for the arts in Manhattan, and then studied at Fashion Institute...
Elisabeth Condon

Elisabeth Condon

Elisabeth Condon’s (February 2015) paintings, collages and drawings use improvisational pours of paint, sketchbook drawings and digital projections to establish idiosyncratic compositions. Heeding the Tang Dynasty dictum of landscape as a fusion of observation and memory, they interweave external and internal perceptions of particular locations. Working in oil, acrylic and ink, Condon shifts between volume...
Prudence Gill

Prudence Gill

Artist and curator Prudence Gill (October 2014) has served as director/curator of the Hopkins Hall Gallery since receiving her MFA from Ohio State. She has presented more than 400 departmentally-based and specially curated exhibitions including Faux Surfaces; Portraits of the Presidents; Vision to Action: The Art and Innovation of Hoyt L. Sherman; Swing Street Revisited;...