Fresh AIRIE Exhibition on Art is About
Art is About posted a walk-through of the Fresh AIRIE exhibition at Miami Dade College Homestead Artspace, with audio from
Lisa Elmaleh’s Everglades Photography: Recent Press
Lisa Elmaleh (2010 AIRIE Fellow) has received a lot of attention for her large-format black and white photography, which she
Elmaleh’s Everglades Phototgraphy at the Ogden Museum in New Orleans
AIRIE Fellow Lisa Elmaleh (2010) represents the Everglades in the Florida Mythology exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Susan Silas: The Specimen Drawer
THE SPECEMIN DRAWER by Susan Silas, AIRIE Fellow The South Florida Collections Management Center is tucked inside Everglades National Park
Creem Magazine Interviews Ana Mendez on Dancing in the Everglades
By Monica Uszerowicz for Creem It can be lazy shorthand to deem an artist indefinable, but Miami-based artist Ana Mendez
AIRIE Diary: An Itinerant Artist in Residence
By Bryan McGovern Wilson for knightarts.org Residency Furloughed On October 1st, 2013, the Federal government initiated a series of closures
Everglades Forever Weekend: AIRIE at Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Discovery and Science
On November 2 & 3, 2013, the Artist-in-Residence-in-Everglades (AIRIE) program will host an information booth as part of the Museum
Bryan McGovern Wilson and the Swamp Apes in Conversation at Lester’s
Join AIRIE Fellow Bryan McGovern Wilson as he shares his experience working in the Southern Florida region as itinerant Artist in
Art in a Wild Place
By Giselle Hereaux for Artlurker Weblog Plants, exotic birds and insects are the artists’ family for a month when they
2014 AIRIE Fellow Naomi Fisher at Cape Sable
Announcing 2014 AIRIE Fellows
Artists in Residence in Everglades proudly announces the 2014 AIRIE Fellows. This year, AIRIE boasts a creative group of local,
Gustavo Matamoros: Sit and Listen in the Dark
By Gustavo Matamoros for knightarts.org Gustavo Matamoros is the September 2013 AIRIE Fellow. It is the end of my second
AIRIE Avian Art on View in Homestead
Did you know that each AIRIE Fellow contributes an artwork to the Everglades’ permanent AIRIE Collection? In September and October,