Eleventh Annual Spring Fling Fundraiser
Saturday April 27, 7-10pm
Locust Projects' Spring Fling brings art lovers together for a unique evening featuring ART - LUXURY - FOOD - DRINK - DANCING.Find out more »
Locust Projects’ pop-up series, One Night Stands (ONS) - social events presenting collaborations with creative producers at interesting and unlikely venues across the city.Find out more »
7pm: Conversation with the artist
7:30 - 10pm: Reception in conjunction with Second Saturday Art Walk
Featuring performances of Swing Space and A Place for Online Dreaming
ONE NIGHT STAND: Bookleggers Presents The Art Book Review
Friday June 14, 7-10 pm
Please join us for an evening of art books, cocktails, and music at Locust Projects. Admission is free.
For this One Night Stand, Bookleggers, the Miami-based mobile library presents The Art Book Review, the LA-based art book organization that encourages guests to take art books in exchange for writing reviews about them.
Now celebrating its 15th year of exhibiting experimental contemporary art, Locust Projects is pleased to present the fourth year of a collaborative exhibition by a group of 25 South Florida High School students who apply through an open call. Under the direction of practicing contemporary artists Monica Lopez de Victoria of the TM Sisters and Loriel Beltran, students are given the opportunity to create a collaborative exhibition in a public venue and manage all aspects of its production in a three week summer intensive. In its second year, the LAB MFA will present an exhibition by a Florida based MFA student in Locust Projects' Project Room.Find out more »
Join Locust Projects and the Emerging Museum Professionals Miami for an evening of cocktails and conversationFind out more »
THE FOLD IN CONTEMPORARY ABSTRACT PAINTING: AN OPPORTUNITY TO RECONSIDER HOW WE TALK ABOUT PAINTING While reading Deleuze's "The Fold," an essay which uses vivid metaphorical language to describe a new take on a Baroque philosophical concept, during research on Roland Flexner, Tyler Emerson-Dorsch experienced a euphoric period of inspiration. She re-presents that experience in a lecture. Image: Elisabeth Condon. Hang onto Yourself (detail), 2012. Mixed media on linen. 54 x 65 inches. Image courtesy Emerson Dorsch.Find out more »
Please join us for the closing reception of the LAB program and Artist Conversation with LAB MFA artist Nick Gilmore and Dr. Alpesh Kantilal Patel, Florida International University Director of MFA Program in Visual Arts and Assistant Professor in Contemporary Art and Theory on his exhibition "Quick Millennia" in the Project Room.Find out more »
THE INTERNET AS CHAINED LIBRARY Starting in the 16th and 17th centuries, when books were in their nascency, many institutions chained them together due to their value. Seeing a book in chains in the 21st century feels strangely wrong, yet hundreds of years ago it was a viable security system. The Internet at Chained Library will be a presentation and discussion about the future of the book and how access and information travels on the internet and the many inherent…Find out more »