ArtCenter/South Florida strives to be a leader in the South Florida contemporary cultural scene as a creative and learning center, and internationally recognized as a world class cultural center.

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, exhibitions, public programs, education and outreach.



ArtCenter/South Florida’s is seeking proposals for Walgreens windows located at Collins & 67th St and Collins & 74th St and at O Cinema Wynwood. The windows and cinema gallery offer a unique exhibition opportunity in an urban and touristic setting with a constant flow of visitors, ranging from beach lovers to moviegoers to art collectors. Call for proposals only available for ArtCenter alumni and resident artists.

ELIGIBILITY

- ArtCenter resident artists

- ArtCenter alumni residents

SUBMIT PROPOSAL:

A full proposal includes:

1.    Contact information

2.    Project proposal (max. 500 words)

3.    Selected spaces

4.    Artist biography (max. 150 words)

5.    Sketches or documentation of proposed work (if applicable)

6.    Image of recent work (min 1 - max 8)          

Please refer to the following PDF floor plans for exhibition spaces:

Floor Plan for Walgreens 67th Street and Collins Avenue 
Floor Plan for Walgreens 74th and Collins Avenue
Floor Plan for O Cinema Wynwood 


The Program for Applied Artistic Research is a free school that offers workshops and seminars led by a distinguished faculty of practitioners in the cultural fields and the social sciences. The Program is a forum that invites its participants to engage in important dialogues and develop projects that shed light on contemporary realities in the cultural sphere and beyond it.

From Fall 2016-Spring 2017,  faculty members will conduct seminars organized under the heading of Parallax Drift that explore the shifting conceptions of the border in order to look beyond traditionally held notions of the political subject and instead consider shifting, alternate, or oft-overlooked positions and thresholds from which to question the dominant conditions that define our contemporary moment. The Fall seminars were led by Micha Cárdenas, Julia Morandeira, Victoria Ivanova, and The Otolith Group. The spring program includes workshops with RAQS Media Collective, The Cross Border Initiative (Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman), and others.

A full synopsis of the semester's conceptual framework as well as individual workshops can be found here. Class locations will be at both ArtCenter Locations on Lincoln Road and in Downtown Miami in addition to any offsite trips organized by faculty members. 

FALL 2016

  • Session A: TQ/Latinx Futures - Workshop with micha cárdenas  
    September 13th-16th
    Exact meeting times will be determined from the information you submit below
    September 17th, Public Workshop Presentation (details to be determined with participants)

  • Session B: Cannibal affinities. Predation, digestion, and other visceral forms of relatedness with Julia Morandeira
    October 23, 24, 25, 29
    Sunday October 23 | 12:00 noon
    October 24, 25 | 5:30 PM
    Saturday October 29 | 12:00 noon

  • Session C: Citizenship for a Posthuman Rights with Victoria Ivanova
    November 9, 10, 11, 14, 15 
    Exact meeting times will be determined from the information you submit below
    November 10th 7:00pm: Public talk with Gerald Nestler and Victoria Ivanova at ArtCenter/South Florida
    November 16th 7:00pm: Public presentation in collaboration with Fall Semester at ICA, Miami.
  • Session D: The Otolith Group
    December 5 & 6, 2016 | 12:00pm | ArtCenter/DOWNTOWN (1035 N. Miami Avenue)
SPRING 2017
  • Session E: 

    RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE. Refuge for the Shipwrecked


    February 14-17, 2017
    6:30-8:30 PM daily
  • Session F: Mapping Conflict. Fonna Forman and Teddy Cruz, UCSD-Cross Border Initiative
    March 23, 24, 2017
    Class Times TBD
You will receive confirmation ArtCenter and meeting instructions directly from ArtCenter after registering. 

Please register only if you are committed to participating as space is limited. For more information contact email@artcentersf.org

ArtCenter/South Florida: 924 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139
ArtCenter Downtown: 1035 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, 33136