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.
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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...
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.
Artists Gone Wild in Everglades National Park

Artists Gone Wild in Everglades National Park

On January 31, AIRIE presented Sundays in the Park: Connect and Inspire in Everglades National Park. The day was filled with performances from fellows Christina Pettersson and Jose Elias. To read more about this event, follow the link to the story written by November 2013 fellow Bill Maxwell on South Dade Newsleader.
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 desperately needing it. Donna Marxer,...
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...
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...
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...
Art in the Everglades, written by Anne Tschida, Biscayne Times Arts Editor

Art in the Everglades, written by Anne Tschida, Biscayne Times Arts Editor

Art in the Everglades Written By Anne Tschida, Biscayne Times Arts Editor JULY 2014 UNEXPECTED THINGS CAN HAPPEN WHEN ARTISTS ARE IMMERSED IN NATURE, SOLITUDE, AND THE RIVER OF GRASS Miami can be a hard, brash metropolis, despite its subtropical location. Although it is evolving as an arts center, the hectic city often seems to...
Flight Exhibition on Art is About

Flight Exhibition on Art is About

Art is About posted a walk through and slideshow of the Flight: Aloft in the Everglades exhibition at ArtCenter South Florida, which features work by AIRIE Fellows and is on view until July 6.
Books to be Celebrated Sunday at Everglades National Park

Books to be Celebrated Sunday at Everglades National Park

Galena Mosovich for Miami Herald March 27, 2014 Local writer Nathaniel Sandler is throwing a party in the Everglades to celebrate literacy, art and the tangible beauty of books as he completes a month-long Artist-in-Residence-in-Everglades (AIRIE) on Sunday. Through the nonprofit AIRIE, an organization supporting artists, writers and musicians who wish to spend time in...
Gustavo Matamoros in IRREVERSIBLE Magazine

Gustavo Matamoros in IRREVERSIBLE Magazine

Sounding the Everglades Sound Artist Gustavo Matamoros and an Unusual AIRIE Residency By David Dunn for IRREVERSIBLE   “For the phenomenon of music is nothing other than a phenomenon of speculation. The elements at which this speculation necessarily aims are those of sound and time. Music is inconceivable apart from these two elements.” Igor Stravinsky...