WaveMaker at Locust Projects supports Miami's visionary artists with incubator grants for innovative projects. Join us for our first Virtual Info Session to learn how you can apply for up to $6,000 in one of three categories: New Work / Projects, Long-Haul Projects, and R&D + Implementation.
Hear from past WaveMakers: Onajide Shabaka who received an R&D + Implementation grant for Alosúgbe: remembering (as far as the sun) in 2019 and Lauren Shapiro who received a New Work/Projects grant for Temporary Terrains, New Work / Projects also in 2019. They will talk about their WaveMaker experience, the opportunities and challenges they encountered along the way, and share insight into how you can make a compelling proposal to make your idea happen.
Locust Projects will be CLOSED until December 5 when we open two new exhibitions for Miami Art Week - SAVE THE DATE!
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