A Very AIRIE Evening: Benefit at Emerson Dorsch Gallery
Tickets available now! Artists in Residence in Everglades invites you to attend an evening of craft cocktails, tasty bites, artist
Winter 2018 Season Update
A Think Tank in the swamp, an exhibition at the Nest, and a speakeasy performance at the Nike missile base–here’s
Carlos Rigau
(March 2018) Carlos Rigau was born in Little Havana, Miami Florida to a teenage immigrant mother. His grandparents spoiled him silly
Leah Claire Kaminski
(February 2018) Leah Kaminski is a poet who uses nature as a vehicle for memory and grief, both collective and
Rachel Johnson
(January 2018) Rachel Johnson (b.1992) is a North American artist working regionally along the East Coast. Her media specific, video
Christina Pettersson, The Unavoidable Twilight
The Unavoidable Twilight A solo exhibition by Christina Pettersson Curated by Deborah Mitchell On view January 28 through April 8, 2018
Sundays in the Park: The Twilight Tour
Sundays in the Park The Twilight Tour January 28, 1:30-6pm This cultural tour starts at 1:30 pm with a brief
Exhibition: About Florida Bay
Opening Sunday, October 8 from 1-3 PM On view at AIRIE Nest Gallery from October 1, 2017 – January 15,
Sundays in the Park featuring Ashlee Mack and James Romig
AIRIE presents a multi-sensory experience in celebration of the Everglades National Park’s 70th anniversary with “Still”, a 60 minute solo
Miami New Times: Ten Arts and Cultural Organizations to Support on Give Miami Day
Ten Arts and Cultural Organizations to Support on Give Miami Day CELIA ALMEIDA | NOVEMBER 8, 2017 | 8:47AM Give Miami Day is almost here.
Airie Fellow Bill Maxwell, Tampa Bay Times
Maxwell: The difference between Gone With the Wind, Confederate statues Gone with the Wind has nothing in common with Confederate
Give Miami Day–Thanks for the Support!
The New Times says we’re the #1 Arts & Culture Nonprofit to support on Give Miami Day!! Show your support