Dual Frequency: 2017 South Florida Cultural Consortium Award Exhibition Zenalogo

Dual Frequency envisions artist initiatives to steer creative culture in support of their communities. Many participating artists curate, organize, perform, and teach as expansions of their individual practices. This exhibition activates the Art and Culture Center with interdisciplinary work from 14 preeminent South Florida artists selected to receive awards in 2017 of either $15,000 or $7,500. These awards are among the largest of such honors accorded by local arts agencies to visual and media artists in the United States. The South Florida Cultural Consortium is the largest government-sponsored grant program for artists living in Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach counties. It provides significant support to individuals who contribute to the cultural fabric of a vibrantly expanding arts community with no strings attached.

Dual Frequency envisions artist initiatives to steer creative culture in support of their communities. Many participating artists curate, organize, perform, and teach as expansions of their individual practices. This exhibition activates the Art and Culture Center with interdisciplinary work from 14 preeminent South Florida artists selected to receive awards in 2017 of either $15,000 or $7,500. These awards are among the largest of such honors accorded by local arts agencies to visual and media artists in the United States.

The South Florida Cultural Consortium is the largest government-sponsored grant program for artists living in Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach counties. It provides significant support to individuals who contribute to the cultural fabric of a vibrantly expanding arts community with no strings attached.


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<strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> <strong>Cultural</strong> <strong>Consortium</strong><br />

<strong>2017</strong> Visual and Media Artist<br />

<strong>Award</strong> <strong>Exhibition</strong>

<strong>Dual</strong> <strong>Frequency</strong> envisions artist initiatives that steer<br />

creative culture in support of their communities. Many<br />

participating artists curate, organize, perform, and<br />

teach as extensions of their individual practices. This<br />

zinealog explores in flux studio tables, promo images,<br />

and proposals in an overarching stream-of-conscious<br />

narrative. I declare that a zinealog is a hybrid zine<br />

catalog, a small publication devoted to unconventional<br />

subject matter and a survey of supplemental studio<br />

material. The 14 <strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> <strong>Consortium</strong> fellows<br />

are gracious with their time and will receive awards<br />

of either $15,000 or $7,500 in <strong>2017</strong>.<br />

The <strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> <strong>Cultural</strong> <strong>Consortium</strong> is the largest<br />

government-sponsored grant program for artists<br />

living in Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe,<br />

and Palm Beach counties. It provides significant<br />

support to individuals who contribute to the cultural<br />

fabric of a vibrantly expanding arts community with<br />

no strings attached.<br />

- Laura Marsh, Curator of <strong>Exhibition</strong>s,<br />

Art and Culture Center/Hollywood<br />

“It is exciting how this year’s SFCC artists highlight<br />

a diverse range of collaborative practices, from IRL,<br />

to Obsolete Media Miami, to Tile Blush, to Exile<br />

Books, and Wild Beast Collective. When artists form<br />

structures – whether bookshops, artist-run galleries,<br />

archives or production agencies – it demonstrates<br />

an effort to make a larger impact with their work<br />

and create a sense of community. It’s generative.<br />

While this is not a phenomenon isolated to <strong>South</strong><br />

<strong>Florida</strong>, this development nevertheless signals a<br />

coalescing effort to create autonomy and agency<br />

among our region’s artists.”<br />

- Amanda Sanfilippo, Curator + Artist Manager,<br />

Art in Public Places, Miami-Dade County Department<br />

of <strong>Cultural</strong> Affairs

Amanda Keeley..................................<br />

Detail of and sketch for Neon Library, <strong>2017</strong><br />

Site-specific installation at the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood<br />

Alan Gutierrez............................................<br />

Untitled (rain scene), performative work commissioned, 2016<br />

by Fringe Projects Miami<br />

AdrienneRose Gionta..................................<br />

Process Ohhhh Snap, Digital collage of screen shots, <strong>2017</strong><br />

Christina Pettersson...................................<br />

Publicity Photo of the Artist for Centennial Everglades National Park<br />

Performance, The Furies of the Swamp, 2016<br />

through AIRIE’s Wild Culture Sundays in the Park Program<br />

Vincent Miranda......................................<br />

Dirty Sprite, Resin, styrofoam pedestal with fabric sleeve, <strong>2017</strong><br />

Isabel Gouveia..........................................<br />

Quietus, CMYK on velvet cotton paper, 2016<br />

Marla Rosen.............................................<br />

3D Rendered sketch for High Water Mark II, <strong>2017</strong>, exhibited at<br />

Boca Raton Museum of Art in collaboration with Eddie Negron<br />

Jenny Larsson..........................................<br />

On the Other Side of the Lake, 2015,<br />

courtesy of Johan Arthursson<br />

Barron Sherer...........................................<br />

Fore! (Three), Three channel 16mm projector, <strong>2017</strong>,<br />

installation with optical soundtracks<br />

Raheleh Filsoofi.......................................<br />

Imagined Boundaries (detail), Multimedia installation, 2016<br />

Julian Yuri Rodriguez..............................<br />

VR selfie, <strong>2017</strong>, courtesy of the artist<br />

Roberta Marks..........................................<br />

Image of studio table, <strong>2017</strong>, courtesy of the artist<br />

Aramis Gutierrez......................................<br />

Image of the studio, <strong>2017</strong>, courtesy of Laura Marsh<br />

Vickie Pierre..............................................<br />

Image of the studio, <strong>2017</strong>, courtesy of Laura Marsh<br />

Artists’ Bios..............................................<br />
















Raheleh Filsoofi is a Boca<br />

Raton-based interdisciplinary<br />

artist. Her work utilizes ancient<br />

and contemporary technology –<br />

ceramics, poetry, ambient sound,<br />

and video – in a holistic sensory<br />

experience. Filsoofi received a<br />

BFA in Studio and Craft from Al-<br />

Zahra University, Tehran, Iran, and<br />

a Masters of Fine Arts in Ceramics<br />

from <strong>Florida</strong> Atlantic University.<br />

Selected solo exhibitions include<br />

Imagined Boundaries, Palm Beach<br />

<strong>Cultural</strong> Council, Lake Worth (2016);<br />

Another Birth, Eissey Campus Theatre<br />

Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens (2014);<br />

Salute to Women, Homestead Art<br />

Club, Homestead (2006). Selected<br />

group exhibitions include Fragile,<br />

Contemporary Art Museum of Isafahan,<br />

Isafahan, Iran (2015); International Fajr<br />

Art <strong>Exhibition</strong>, Tehran, Iran (2016);<br />

<strong>Cultural</strong> Mosaic, Palm Beach Gardens<br />

Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens (2015);<br />

Anar, the group exhibition of Iranian<br />

artists of <strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong>, Lantana (2015).<br />

Alan Gutierrez is a Miami-based<br />

interdisciplinary artist. Gutierrez’s work<br />

often utilizes theatrical lighting to<br />

transform an every-day environment into<br />

a set, treating artworks as props and<br />

blurring the line between performance<br />

and visual art. In 2009 he received his<br />

BFA in Sculpture and Art History from<br />

the University of <strong>Florida</strong>, Gainesville.<br />

Gutierrez has exhibited nationally<br />

and internationally, with recent and<br />

upcoming shows in Miami, Los Angeles,<br />

New York City, and Berlin. Recent solo<br />

exhibitions include Don’t tell someone<br />

that you like how they are doing<br />

something because they may stop<br />

to thank you, New York City (2016);<br />

INTRO, Kitchen Space, Chicago,<br />

Illinois (2015); and Nobody knows<br />

me better than you, Locust Projects,<br />

Miami (2014). His group exhibitions<br />

include An Image, Miami Beach<br />

(2016), Taste my braindrops, Mindy<br />

Solomon Gallery, Miami (2016); and<br />

No Soy Sincero, Orgy Park, New<br />

York (2016).<br />

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AdrienneRose Gionta is a Plantation-based new<br />

media artist and professor. Her work explores<br />

motion graphics, simulation gaming, and social<br />

media profiles as a means to explore a parallel<br />

universe, similar to a “pick your own adventure”<br />

style of video games where the player decides<br />

their own fate. She received her BFA in Studio<br />

Art in Sculpture from <strong>Florida</strong> Atlantic University<br />

in 2008, and her MFA in Visual Arts in Time<br />

Based Media and Photography from <strong>Florida</strong><br />

International University in 2014. Recent solo<br />

exhibitions include Moist, The Jacqueline<br />

Falcone Bed & Breakfast, Miami (2015); ARG/<br />

riziNG , Red Cube, Miami (2015); and Never<br />

Before Seen, Meta Gallery, Locust Projects,<br />

Miami (2015). Recent group exhibitions are<br />

Pink Noise: Flexing the <strong>Frequency</strong>, Girls’<br />

Club Collection, Fort Lauderdale (2016);<br />

Intersectionality, Museum of Contemporary<br />

Art North Miami, North Miami (2016); and<br />

Is this what they mean when they say it’s<br />

work?, MANA Contemporary <strong>Exhibition</strong>s,<br />

Miami (2016). She is also the recipient of<br />

the Betty Laird Perry <strong>Award</strong> for the Frost<br />

Art Museum.<br />

Aramis Gutierrez is a Miami-based<br />

painter and co-founder of Tile Blush,<br />

which is about to transform its name for<br />

a third time from Versace Versace Versace<br />

and Guccivuitton Gallery. Named after a<br />

soft pink hue that the artist utilizes in his<br />

work, Gutierrez and fellow artist, Domingo<br />

Castillo, share this color and reference<br />

their practices in the next rebranding<br />

of the venue. Working in oil on canvas,<br />

Gutierrez sources imagery from the genre of<br />

historical cinema. He received his BFA from<br />

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of<br />

Science and Art in New York City in 1998.<br />

Recent exhibitions include End Order of<br />

Sorcery, Big Pictures, Los Angeles, California<br />

(2015); Game Aesthetics, Spinello Projects<br />

in Miami (2013); and Even Now, In the Final<br />

Hour of My Life, I’m Falling in Love Again,<br />

David Castillo Gallery, Miami (2008). His group<br />

exhibitions include All F@*#ing Summer, Gavlak<br />

Gallery, Palm Beach (2013); Concrete Paradise,<br />

Miami Marine Stadium (2013); and Classroom<br />

NO. 203, Spinello Projects in Catalog, New<br />

York (2013). In 2007 he was part of The Deering<br />

Estate Invitational Studio Residency Program and<br />

won second place in the Legal Arts Native Seeds<br />


Isabel Gouveia is a Lake Worth-based mixed-media artist. An experimental printmaker,<br />

Gouveia often begins with imagery inspired by the natural landscape of <strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong>,<br />

which she then manipulates through the experimental digital printing process. The final<br />

prints obliterate most of the original representational content, becoming oscillating<br />

abstractions that unfold in 3-dimensional space. Born in Ituiutaba, Minas Gerais,<br />

Brazil, Gouveia obtained a BS in Industrial Design from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and an<br />

MFA in Painting from <strong>Florida</strong> Atlantic University. Selected solo exhibitions include<br />

Processed Entropy, Open Gallery, The Morris and Gwendoyln Cafritz Foundation<br />

Art Center, Takoma Park, MD (2016); Postcard-Resemblance in a State of<br />

Disappearance, 6th Street Container Art Space, Miami (2014); and <strong>Florida</strong> Stage<br />

2005-06 Season, Donna Tribby Fine Art, West Palm Beach (2005). Selected<br />

group exhibitions include 8th International Printmaking Biennial Of Douro<br />

2016, curated by Nuno Canelas, Alijó – Portugal (2016); Flip Out Zine,<br />

Collaborative Sketchbook Zine, Girls’ Club, Fort Lauderdale (2016); Nature<br />

Preserve, <strong>Cultural</strong> Council of Palm Beach, Lake Worth (2015). Gouveia<br />

has received multiple awards/residencies such as: Virginia Center for the<br />

Creative Arts - VCCA Fellowship Residency, Amherst, VA (2016); Artist<br />

in Residency 2015/16 - 2D Printmaking, Armory Art Center, West Palm<br />

Beach (2015); Merit Scholarship - Esther Saylor Rothenberger <strong>Award</strong>,<br />

FAU, Boca Raton (2014).<br />

Jenny Larsson is a Hollywood-based performance<br />

artist and founder of Wild Beast Collective. Her<br />

work engages cultural reflection in site-specific<br />

performances in conjunction with time-based<br />

media and video. Larsson was born in Sweden, and<br />

received her Bachelor’s degree in Dance Pedagogy<br />

from the University of Dance and Circus in<br />

Stockholm, Sweden in 2004. In 2012, she received<br />

an MFA in Dance from the University of Wisconsin-<br />

Milwaukee. Solo performances include the Nature<br />

Preserve of <strong>Florida</strong> International University, Miami<br />

(2016); Little Haiti <strong>Cultural</strong> Center, Miami (2015);<br />

and the Girls’ Club, Fort Lauderdale. She has<br />

also performed and worked alongside Gabriel<br />

Foresteri/project LIMB for a performance called<br />

Inner Loop in Miami (2014); Karen Peterson<br />

and Dancers as a dancer in the company<br />

for two seasons in Miami (2010-2012); and<br />

AXIS Dance Company for Call Girls in Miami<br />

(2011). Larsson has received multiple awards<br />

including the Creative Investment Program<br />

(CIP) from the Broward County <strong>Cultural</strong><br />

Affairs (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016). Larsson is<br />

the <strong>2017</strong> Artist in Residence in Everglades<br />

(AIRIE) resident.<br />

Amanda Keeley is a<br />

Miami-based conceptual<br />

artist, curator, and founder<br />

of Exile Books. By activating<br />

spaces through community<br />

engagement, Keeley<br />

provides a platform for artists<br />

and small presses to promote<br />

their work in print. Her studio<br />

work is multidisciplinary and<br />

includes book and print editions,<br />

installation, and site-specific<br />

architectural interventions.<br />

She received her BA from<br />

the University of Vermont in<br />

Burlington, Vermont, and her MFA<br />

in Sculpture from Parsons School<br />

of Art and Design in New York City.<br />

Recent solo exhibitions include Feel<br />

the Edges, UNTITLED Fair Special<br />

Projects, Miami (2016); The Pleasure<br />

of Text, Transformer, Washington,<br />

DC (2016); and Orange Oratory, The<br />

Wolfsonian, Miami Beach (2015). Recent<br />

group exhibitions include Lost Spaces<br />

and Stories of Vizcaya, Vizcaya Museum,<br />

Miami (2016); Books Fuel Ideas, Bas<br />

Fischer Invitational, Miami (2014); and<br />

SWEAT 2, Miami Dade College,<br />

Kendall Campus Gallery, Miami (2014).

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Christina Pettersson is a Miami-based interdisciplinary artist. Her work references art<br />

history, classic myths, and literature with ties to the wilderness. The naturalistic elements<br />

of her works are greatly inspired by the <strong>Florida</strong> Everglades, which she often explored<br />

as a small child when she moved to Miami from Stockholm, Sweden. She received<br />

her BFA in Painting in 1988 from the Maryland Institute’s College of Art, graduating<br />

Magna Cum Laude. Recent exhibitions include The Castle Dismal, Primary Projects,<br />

Miami (2014); The Sentinel, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood (2012); and<br />

my dear Leona, Farside Gallery, Miami (2011). Recent group exhibitions include<br />

Intersectionality, the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (2016); Black<br />

Carriage/White Heart/Screendance Miami, Pérez Art Museum Miami (2016); and<br />

Video Program, The Situation Room, Los Angeles, California (2015). In 2016 she<br />

was awarded the Knight Arts Challenge Grant for Weird Miami Bus Tour and<br />

has received grants from Funding Arts Broward and the Broward County<br />

<strong>Cultural</strong> Division.<br />

Roberta Marks is a Key<br />

West-based mixed-media<br />

artist from Savannah, Georgia.<br />

Her assemblages incorporate<br />

various antique objects such<br />

as suitcases and shoes<br />

collected from her time in<br />

France and art-making tools<br />

that create a point of reflection<br />

for both cultural, spiritual,<br />

and personal narratives. She<br />

received her BFA from the<br />

University of Miami in 1980,<br />

and in 1981 she received her<br />

MFA from the University of<br />

<strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> in Tampa.<br />

Selected solo exhibitions<br />

include the Key West Museum<br />

of Art & History (2016); The Arts<br />

Council Court House <strong>Cultural</strong><br />

Center in Stuart (2010); and<br />

Miami International University of<br />

Art & Design in Miami, (2007).<br />

Selected group exhibitions<br />

include Circle of Friends, Hal<br />

Bromm Gallery in New York City<br />

(2015); Then and Now, <strong>Florida</strong><br />

Keys Council of the Arts, Key<br />

West (2015); and An Abstract<br />

View, The Arts Council of Martin<br />

County, Stuart, <strong>Florida</strong> (2015).<br />

She has been an instructor and<br />

lecturer at many locations around<br />

the world, including the American<br />

Embassy in Bern, Switzerland, the<br />

Lowe Art Museum at the University<br />

of Miami, and the Ministry of<br />

Culture in Havana, Cuba.<br />

Vincent Miranda is a Fort Lauderdalebased<br />

artist and is a current graduate<br />

student at California College of the Arts<br />

in San Francisco, California. Miranda’s<br />

mixed-media wall works utilize sewing and<br />

the manipulation of fiber to create tension<br />

and texture and employ experimental<br />

surface treatments such as acid washing.<br />

He received his BFA in Sculpture from<br />

<strong>Florida</strong> Atlantic University in 2014. Recent<br />

solo exhibitions include Art in Public Places,<br />

Patch Reef Park Community Center, Boca<br />

Raton (2016); and Dime Museum, Studio<br />

259, Deerfield Beach (2015). Recent group<br />

exhibitions include Show Motel <strong>Florida</strong>,<br />

<strong>South</strong>land Motel, Ocala (2016); The Void,<br />

Miami (2016); Art Fallout, Girls’ Club, Fort<br />

Lauderdale (2015); and Exit 26, Ritter Art<br />

Gallery at <strong>Florida</strong> Atlantic University, Boca<br />

Raton (2014). In 2014 Miranda was the Merit<br />

<strong>Award</strong> Winner for the 63rd Annual All <strong>Florida</strong><br />

Juried <strong>Exhibition</strong> and he won Best in Show at<br />

the Juried Student <strong>Exhibition</strong> at FAU.<br />

Vickie Pierre is a Miami-based mixed media<br />

artist. Both her two-dimensional stamp works<br />

and her mixed-media assemblages feature<br />

allusions to femininity, botany, and Haitian<br />

mythology. She was born in Brooklyn, New York,<br />

and received her BFA in Visual Arts from the<br />

School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1997.<br />

Recent solo exhibitions include The More I Let Go,<br />

The More I Am Home, Little Haiti <strong>Cultural</strong> Center,<br />

Miami (2016); If You Win Me, I’m Forever, Art and<br />

Culture Center of Hollywood (2009); and Beautiful<br />

Collision, Miami (2007). Other projects include<br />

Ascent: Black Women’s Expressions, Fort Lauderdale<br />

(2016); RE-Produce, Boca Raton Museum of Art<br />

(2016); and Miami B.C., Little Haiti <strong>Cultural</strong> Center,<br />

Miami (2015). She was awarded the Leo and Raye<br />

Chestler Contemporary Visual Arts <strong>Award</strong> in 2004,<br />

and the Jurors’ <strong>Award</strong> in 1997.

Julian Yuri Rodriguez is a Miami-based<br />

filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist.<br />

With a strong commitment to community<br />

engagement, Rodriguez explores notions<br />

of masculinity, his own Cuban heritage,<br />

and perceived assumptions about the<br />

culture of <strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong>. Recent films and<br />

multidisciplinary projects include Lake<br />

Mahar (2014), which he wrote and directed,<br />

and Somos Chavalos (2013). Rodriguez<br />

also wrote and directed Paisajes de Mi<br />

Abuela, a virtual reality/documentary<br />

experience which incorporates<br />

contemporary footage of Cuba linked<br />

with his grandmother’s memories<br />

of living there decades earlier. The<br />

project received recognition at the<br />

2014 Borscht Film Festival. Rodriguez<br />

received the Sundance Knight<br />

Foundation Fellowship (2014) and<br />

the Miami New Times MasterMind<br />

<strong>Award</strong> (2014). Four of Rodriguez’s<br />

films were screened as part of the<br />

2016 Borscht Film Festival.<br />

Marla Rosen is an artist and curator<br />

who lives in Davie and is the co-founder<br />

of the Miami-based alternative exhibition<br />

space In Real Life (IRL) Institute. Rosen<br />

works often with immersive installations<br />

incorporating colored light and reflective<br />

surfaces that alter the viewer’s perception.<br />

Rosen’s practice, since 2014, has been<br />

largely collaborative with her partner Eddie<br />

Negron, working mainly under the name<br />

NegronRosen. She was born in Los Angeles<br />

and received her BFA in Sculpture from the<br />

University of <strong>Florida</strong> in Gainesville in 2014.<br />

Selected exhibitions include Don’t Abandon<br />

Puerto Rico, Maravilla Norte, Puerto Rico<br />

(<strong>2017</strong>); Invisible Realities; Miami (<strong>2017</strong>); and<br />

Quit This City: A Post Millennium Thing, Miami<br />

(2016). Rosen has received multiple awards and<br />

scholarships, including the University Scholar<br />

<strong>Award</strong> and an Honorable Mention in the 2013<br />

Juried Student Show at the University of <strong>Florida</strong>.<br />

Barron Sherer is a Miami-based artist<br />

and co-founder of Obsolete Media, a<br />

repository in the Design District for 35mm<br />

slides, archival motion-picture materials, and<br />

other legacy media. His large-scale installations<br />

appropriate found imagery, often from cinema,<br />

and reference his experience as an archivist and<br />

researcher. Sherer received his BA in Media Arts<br />

from the University of <strong>South</strong> Carolina in 1991. Selected<br />

exhibitions include; Barron Sherer 15 Second Cinema, Howe<br />

Library, Hanover NH (2016); Wind in Our Wings, Placeholder<br />

Gallery, Miami (2016); ScreenDance Miami, Pérez Art Museum<br />

Miami, (2016); and Stop Resisting, Swampspace Gallery, Miami<br />

(2015). Sherer has organized and produced cultural events including<br />

Jonas Mekas in Miami, Palm Court (2016), and is the Co-Founder of<br />

Obsolete Media Miami (2015-present). Sherer is also the Co-Director<br />

for Jim Drain’s Pleated Gnomon video project, Village of Key Biscayne<br />

(2016). Selected awards include “Best Alternative Art Space: Obsolete Media<br />

Miami,” presented by the Miami New Times (2016), and “Best Film Festival,<br />

Cinema Vortex,” also presented by the Miami New Times (2005).

We are delighted and honored to present <strong>Dual</strong> <strong>Frequency</strong>,<br />

The <strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> <strong>Cultural</strong> <strong>Consortium</strong> <strong>2017</strong> Visual and<br />

Media Artist <strong>Award</strong> <strong>Exhibition</strong>. Curated by Art and<br />

Culture Center/Hollywood’s Laura Marsh, the exhibition<br />

features 14 artists who applied from five counties --<br />

Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and Monroe<br />

counties.<br />

Each year, more than 300 artists who live and work<br />

throughout the five county region submit their applications<br />

for consideration. Submissions are grouped by county.<br />

A regional panel of visual and media art experts from<br />

<strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> convene to provide an initial review of<br />

the submissions. These recommendations are forwarded<br />

to a national panel who is given the responsibility of<br />

recommending the final recipients. Merit is determined<br />

based on individual accomplishments as evidenced by<br />

the work submitted for review, with the highest premium<br />

placed on coherent bodies of work. The national panel’s<br />

recommendations are reviewed and ratified by the <strong>South</strong><br />

<strong>Florida</strong> <strong>Cultural</strong> <strong>Consortium</strong>.<br />

We congratulate this year’s winners and thank all of the<br />

<strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> <strong>Cultural</strong> <strong>Consortium</strong> members who support<br />

our region’s visual and media artists.<br />

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood provides a venue<br />

for the arts through its gallery exhibitions, artist lectures<br />

and workshops in its renovated 1924-circa Mediterranean<br />

revival home as well as offering education programs and<br />

performances. The Center, which is celebrating its 42-year<br />

anniversary, is the third oldest arts nonprofit in Broward<br />

County and is one of just eight organizations, out of more<br />

than 800 art and cultural entities in Broward County,<br />

to be designated a Major <strong>Cultural</strong> Institution by the<br />

Broward County Commission.<br />

Please enjoy this exhibition and zinealog, which celebrates<br />

the works of these award-winning artists.<br />

- Joy Satterlee, Executive Director<br />

Art and Culture Center/Hollywood<br />

Zinealog created and designed by Laura Marsh, curator of exhibitions,<br />

and Yvette Wasserman, design and web manager,<br />

at the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood.

www.ArtandCultureCenter.org<br />

<strong>South</strong> <strong>Florida</strong> <strong>Cultural</strong> <strong>Consortium</strong> is funded in part by The<br />

National Endowment of the Arts, The <strong>Florida</strong> Department of<br />

State, Division of <strong>Cultural</strong> Affairs and the <strong>Florida</strong> Arts Council,<br />

the Boards of County Commissioners of Broward, Miami-Dade,<br />

Martin and Monroe Counties, and the <strong>Cultural</strong> Council of Palm<br />

Beach County. The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood is a<br />

501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its<br />

members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood;<br />

the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as<br />

recommended by the Broward <strong>Cultural</strong> Council; the State of<br />

<strong>Florida</strong>, Department of State, Division of <strong>Cultural</strong> Affairs, the<br />

<strong>Florida</strong> Council on Arts and Culture; the David and Francie Horvitz<br />

Family Foundation; and the Josephine S. Leiser Foundation.

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