The mission of ArtCenter/South Florida is to support artists and advance the knowledge and practice of contemporary visual arts and culture in South Florida. ArtCenter creates opportunities for experimentation and innovation and encourages the exchange of ideas across cultures through residencies,public programs, exhibitions, education and outreach.
Alba Triana is a 2018 Resident Artists at ArtCenter/South Florida. Her work embraces technological developments and freely appropriates elements from different artistic, scientific and philosophical disciplines in order to expand the meaning of composition, performance, and aesthetic musical experience. The results are hybrid musical productions, which take form in non-conventional and varied formats, ranging from concert music, interactive installations, sound and light sculptures to vibrational objects.
Everyday People is a short film about ArtCenter/South Florida's resident artist Terence Price II. ArtCenter works with a film crew to produce high quality videos about our resident artists and their practice.
Studio Residents receive affordable working studios, parking, access to seminars and other resources to develop their artistic practice.
Resident Artists receive production support for the creation of new work, as well as exhibition opportunities. Image: Installation shot of "Conditions and Forms for blck Longevity."
As part of the studio residency program, artists receive studio visits from local, national and international curators.
Studio Residency Program
ArtCenter/South Florida's studio residency program provides the time and space where artists can come together, exchange ideas and advance their artistic practice. For three decades, ArtCenter has supported more than 1,000 visual artists through residencies and exhibitions. Today, we continue to serve artists with studio spaces and resources to advance their careers. ArtCenter also provides artists with studio visits by renown curators and support for projects.
Cinematic Residency Program
ArtCenter/South Florida's Cinematic Arts Residency aims to elevate Miami’s acclaimed community of short film creators into the realm of feature films. This pioneering new initiative will give two Miami filmmakers up to $50,000 each to create a narrative micro-budget feature, along with a producer to oversee the project and shared studio space for production.
THOMAS F. KNAPP
President and CEO
Chief Financial Officer
VP of Programming
Exhibitions and Artist Relations Manager
Jason Fitzroy Jeffers
Cinematic Arts Manager
Communications & Development Manager
Education & Community Engagement Manager
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.