2018 AIRIE Fellows

Blanca Botero
(July 2018) Bianca Botero is a conceptual visual artist. Her work refers to the human action that affects other beings.
Rachel Johnson
(January 2018) Rachel Johnson (b.1992) is a North American artist working regionally along the East Coast. Her media specific, video
Leah Claire Kaminski
(February 2018) Leah Kaminski is a poet who uses nature as a vehicle for memory and grief, both collective and
Carlos Rigau
(March 2018) Carlos Rigau was born in Little Havana, Miami Florida to a teenage immigrant mother. His grandparents spoiled him silly
Robert Chambers
(April 2018) Robert Chambers, a sculptor, has work in the permanent collections of MOMA, the Kemper, PAMM, MOCA North Miami,
Keren Anavy & Tal Frank
(May 2018) Israeli visual artists Keren Anavy and Tal Frank have been collaborating for the past seven years. Their research
Rachel Luria
(June 2018) A Pushcart Prize nominee and two-time winner of the South Carolina Fiction Project, Rachel Luria is an Associate
Dale Andree
(October 2018) Dale Andree is creator and director of National Water Dance (NWD), an artist driven collective of dancers and educators
Jeanine Michna-Bales
(November 2018) Jeanine Michna-Bales is an artist/activist working in photography. Her projects explore the relationships between what has occurred, or
Kristin Lucas
(December 2018) Kristin Lucas is an interdisciplinary artist who pairs the intangible with the uncertain in experiential works that lie


2017 AIRIE Fellows include Sasha Wortzel (filmmaker), Nathaniel Sandler (writer), Magnus Sodamin (painter), Jenny Larsson (choreographer), Laura Gibson (singer/songwriter), Cherry Pickman (poet), Anne Jennings Paris (writer/artist), TM Sisters (visual/performance art), Nick Gilmore (sculptor), Dana Wildsmith (poet), Ashlee Mack (pianist) and James Romig (composer).

2016 AIRIE Fellows include Miami-based musician Jose Elias, multimedia artists Valerie George, Thom Wheeler Castillo, Joianne Biddle and Julia Oldham, painter Elisabeth Condon, sculptor Brookhart Jonquil, and poets Ann Stafford, Jen Karetnik, and Hannah Star Rogers.

2015 AIRIE Fellows include writers Andrew Gottlieb and Nancy Krim, architect Caterina Tiazzoldi, photographers Alan Winslow and Matthew Booth, filmmaker Celia Rowlson-Hall, as well as Miami-based multi-disciplinary artists Jason Hedges, Franky Cruz, Christina Pettersson and Onajide Shabaka.

2014: Rodney Dickson, Adam Nadel, Nathaniel Sandler, Dana Levy, Elite Kedan, Brenna Dixon, Daniel Dugas & Valerie LeBlanc, Karl Staven, Reed van Brunschot, Prudence Gill, Regina Jestrow, Emily Myerscough

2013: Wendy Call, Jane Abrams, Wade Kavanaugh & Stephen B. Nguyen, Naomi Fisher, Alice Raymond, Ana Mendez, Harumi Abe, Susan Silas, Gustavo Matamoros, Bryan McGovern Wilson, Bill Maxwell, Mathias Kessler

2012: Eileen Powell, Danielle Austen, Dana Sherwood, Mark Dion, Danielle Downing, Joanna Kidd, Mary Keithan, Heather Dewar, Deanna Morse, Joice Marie, Susan Klein, James Branaman, Krista Elrick, Rebecca Reeve, Trong Nguyen