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Give Miami Day

November 19, 2015

Support Locust Projects on Give Miami Day!

Locust Projects is proud to participate in the community-wide day of giving: Give Miami Day.

The Miami Foundation is providing an opportunity for community members (like you!) to build a greater Miami by matching a percentage of every donation received on Give Miami Day.

On November 19, 2015 between 12:00am and 11:59pm, visit Locust Projects’ Give Miami Day page and your philanthropy will receive a match! Make your pledge in advance of November 19, by contacting us at info@locustprojects.org or 305-576-8570.

Your support will enable Locust Projects to continue its mission of providing artists with the opportunity to create groundbreaking new work like Martha Friedman’s exhibition Pore which was featured this week the Miami Herald.

$25 – Provides art supplies for a child age 4-13 for the Little LAB education program.

$50 – Covers public transportation costs for a LAB (Locust Art Builders) student during Locust Projects’ High School Summer Intensive program.

$75 – Provides a per diem to a Locust Projects exhibiting artist.

$150 – Provides a stipend to a Locust Roundtable presenting artist.

$200 – Supports transportation costs for Locust Talks visiting curators when they visit Miami artists at their studios.

$350 – Purchases a flight for a Locust Projects exhibiting artist.

Locust Projects, Miami’s longest running experimental exhibition space, is now an internationally recognized nonprofit organization producing major new installations by contemporary artists from Miami, the United States, and around the world. Founded in 1998 by artists, for artists, we have hosted over 140 exhibitions including nearly 380 artists at critical moments in their careers. Our dynamic programs are free and open to the public and compliment Miami‚Äôs cultural diversity.

Image: Martha Friedman, Pore featuring collaborative performances with Silas Riener, 2015. Installation view at Locust Projects Miami. Photo credit: Christian Hernandez.



November 19, 2015