Prizm Art Fair 2014 12/4/14-12/7/14

Prizm Art Fair 2014
prizm2014December 4-7, 2014, 10a-6pm
AIA Miami Center for Architecture & Design
100 NE 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33132

Opening Reception Thursday, December 4, 2014, 7:00pm -10:00pm, Tax-exempt $10 Donations are accepted: Donate Here

Prizm Invites You Enjoy Our Season Of Events To Celebrate The Presentation Of Works From The Global African Diaspora And Emerging Markets During Basel Season.

PRIZM is the producer of a cutting-edge art fair that is multidisciplinary in scope. Our goal is to expand the spectrum of international artists from the African Diaspora and emerging markets at one of the most prestigious art festivals in the world.

Our mission is to promote the work of artists of color, who reflect global trends in contemporary art, through a blockbuster exhibit held during Art Basel/Miami. Workshops and special events will be organized throughout the year to advance the careers of local and regional artists. We are committed to the Miami cultural community and will work to expand its visual arts landscape, nurture and educate its constituents and provide forums for cross cultural exchange.

Prizm, MoCADA Museum , and Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation co-host the opening of the second annual Prizm Art Fair. Prizm opens its doors to Miami’s Basel goers for an evening of cocktails with our exhibiting artists at the Miami Center for Architecture and Design. Exhibiting artists include T. Eliott Mansa, Amber Robles Gordon, Briana McCarthy, Asser Saint-Val, Frank Frazier, Gary L. Moore, and Johnnie Bess.

The winning entry created in our #Prizm App Challenge will be unveiled. Presented by Prizm, Code Fever Miami, URGENT, Inc. and South Florida Cares Mentoring Movement.

Join Prizm on Saturday Dec. 6, for a discussion on how art serves as an agent of change in Miami and how our panelists are working to create sustainable communities with art as their medium. Our estimable guests include:

Dr.George N’Namdi: Director of N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art
Dr.Willie Logan: President and CEO of Opa-locka Community Development Corporation
Tracey Robertson-Carter: E.D. of South Florida Cares Mentoring Movement
Neil Ramsay: Arts and Entrepreneurship Consultant

Coffee and Waffles will be served from by our friends, Mad Chiller Coffee.
Presented by: OLCDC, Miami Center for Architecture and Design, National Organization for Minority Architects South Florida Chapter.

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