OLCDC presents acclaimed "Through the Eyes of Others" exhibit for 2015 Art of Transformation
See the Miami Herald's "A transformation in Opa-locka through art," which describes the "Through the Eyes of Others" exhibit, quoting curator Tumelo Mosaka: "How does one shift the perceptions of history? Politically, it's important to intervene and try to change the structural problems, but it's also important to change perception," Mosaka said. "One way of doing that is through art."
The exhibit, which ran from November 6 through December 11, featured works by artists Ebony G. Patterson, Dread Scott, Hank Willis Thomas, and Bernard Williams.
~~Read more about the exhibit and OLCDC's Art of Transformation in The New Tropic's "What has art done to Miami?."
~~Also read "#OpaLockaArt has mastered the #ArtOfTransformation."
For more information about the Art of Transformation, visit opalockaart.com.
OLCDC designer in residence Germane Barnes named a 2015 Curbed Young Gun
Young Guns are up-and-coming design professionals who are challenging the status quo in the design industry across America. Out of over 200 nominees, Germane was one of 9 Young Guns selected.
Read How Urban Planner Germane Barnes is Reviving a Forgotten Miami Suburb.
Read the Miami New Times' Germane Barnes Aims to Revive Opa-locka Without Gentrifying It.
Read Curbed's Meet Opa-Locka, Florida: An Unlikely Moorish Revival Wonderland.
OLCDC screens award-winning film The Interrupters as part of the Art of Transformation 2015
For more information about the Art of Transformation, visit http://www.opalockaart.com/
OLCDC hosts "Beautiful Decay" exhibit @ The ARC
OLCDC's exhibition "Beautiful Decay" was an architectural exploration into the viability of current methods of habitation. Both real and speculative, the selected projects explored sceneries and scenarios that tackle the issues facing our ever-changing landscape. Featuring 10 architects and designers from around the country, the exhibition was curated by Germane Barnes, OLCDC Designer-in-Residence and Lecturer at the University of Miami School of Architecture.
For more information, visit http://www.opalockaart.com/
OLCDC cohosts WaveMaker Grants Info Session
WaveMaker Grants Cycle 2 will provide a limited number of cash awards totaling $100,000 to visual artists, curators, creative/arts writers, cultural organizers, collectives, collaboratives, partnerships, and artist-run spaces currently residing in Miami-Dade County.
On October 14th @ The ARC, a free WaveMaker Grants Info Session provided general information about the program, eligibility, award categories, and funding priorities.
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
7:00pm - 8:00pm