Join us for a celebratory evening honoring the WaveMaker Cycle 4 Grant recipients, past recipients, and all in our creative community in Miami who are the reason this was the first Warhol regional regranting program in the South!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRANTEES:
Sarah Maria dos Santos & Jeffery Sanford
Julian Yuri Rodriguez
Research & Development / Implementation:
WaveMaker Grants Cycle 4 will provide cash awards up to $6,000 each totaling $60,000 to fourteen visual artists, curators, creative/arts writers, cultural organizers, collectives, collaboratives, partnerships, and artist-run spaces currently residing in Miami-Dade County.
WaveMaker Grants is part of the Andy Warhol Foundation of Visual Arts Regional Regranting Program, and was the first in the southeast founded under the former Cannonball non-profit.
Grantees for the fourth cycle of WaveMaker Grants were selected by an independent juror panel of distinguished arts professionals, including Karl Anderson, R&D program coordinator at SPACES, Cleveland; Claire Breukel, director and curator of Y.E.S, Contemporary Art El Salvador and curator of the Unscripted art program for the city of Bal Harbour; Maria Elena Ortiz, associate curator at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM); and Charlie Tatum, editorial and communications manager at Pelican Bomb, New Orleans.
Proposals were selected for their conceptual rigor and relevance to the local cultural, geographic, and socio-economic context; their uniquely innovative and visionary impact on the local community; and the accessibility of the resulting project to the public.
You can learn more about this year’s award-winning projects this evening and tomorrow they will be posted at http://www.wavemakergrants.
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