Join FETA in celebrating the thriving and diverse world of female artists in Miami. Ars Feminae Miamiae is a program that looks into the societal conditions that surround the twenty-first century woman and provides a local platform for advocacy of the female voice. Featuring the collaborative talents of eight female artists, Ars Feminae Miamiae combines sound, dance, and visual art in performances that invite you to be a part of the conversation.
Ars Feminae Miamiae will take place on June 17, 2017 starting at 5pm, and is generously hosted by the Center for Visual Communication in Miami, Florida. For directions, click here. There is a suggested donation upon admission, all proceeds of which will go towards funds for FETA’s Women in Technologies and Arts Scholarship.
The household is the womb that nurtures the values and rules that define who we become and how we fit into society; it is a child’s first introduction to the structure of his or her respective societal world. Ars Feminae Miamiae exists to be the community-wide household that embraces the values of female equality by creating a network of interdisciplinary female artists and providing a platform for expression and discussion. Featuring collaborative works by local artists, Ars Feminae Miamiae is an experience comprised of a panel and interdisciplinary performances and will host:
Roxana Barba, Choreographer and Dance
Sophia Cabral, Architect
Carol Curry, Choreographer and Dancer
Deming Harriman, Visual Artist
Melissa Iverson, Sound Artist and Composer
Ana Moreno, Architect
Sofia del Rivero, Visual Artist
Enma Saiz, Visual Artist
In addition, the event will feature the insights of panelists such as Charo Oquet, Marte Siebenhar, Adele Myers, Ana Mendez, and others. Ars Feminae Miamiae kickstarts FETA’s season-long effort to raise funds for a scholarship to be awarded in the fall of 2018 to a Miami-Dade female resident pursuing a secondary education in technologies and arts.
Ars Feminae Miamie is with the support of the FETA Foundation, Center for Visual Communication, Miami Light Project, Claudio Marcotulli, Harold Golen Gallery, Knight Foundation and Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.