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
Trailwriting: Poetry in Everglades National Park
AIRIE is pleased to present June Fellow Brenna Dixon’s event -Trailwriting:  Poetry in Everglades National Park, an exercise in collective poetry writing.  Visitors to
Conversation: Flight
Conversation: Flight Co-moderated by Christy Gast and biologist Skip Snow AIRIE Fellows: Brenna Dixon, Elite Kedan, Gustavo Matamoros, Nathaniel Sandler
Elite Kedan: Resident Architect
By Elite Kedan for First night. Bringing in the Sabbath. And the Spirits Week 1 (Setting Up) The first
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
Dana Levy’s AIRIE Experience
by Dana Levy for Every morning of the first week of my residency in the Everglades National park, I
AIRIE Fellows In Deep @ Deering Festival of the Arts
Experience, engage and explore the integrated relationship between people and the environment through site specific eco and environmental works during
AIRIE Day Trip with Christy Gast–April 5
SOLD OUT!! HOLE-IN-THE-DONUT TOUR Saturday, April 5 from 12-6 p.m. Meet at Locust Projects 3852 N Miami Ave. Miami Valet
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
Bookleggers Mobile Library in the Everglades!
 March AIRIE Fellow Nathaniel Sandler is a writer and literacy activist. His Bookleggers Mobile library can will make a visit
Nathaniel Sandler on WLRN’s The Sunshine Economy
March AIRIE Fellow Nathaniel Sandler has contributed a segment to WLRN’s program The Sunshine Economy. The entire program, which aired
Danielle Austen: Portraits of the Glades
Portraits of the Glades featuring the photographs of artist Danielle Austen opens March 1 – 30, 2014, at the Ernest