Deadline to enroll: Mon, Sep 26, 2022. YAI connects young artists to the museum’s collection and local arts community through an immersive two-year program that explores a different theme or practice each year. Classes take place at ICA Miami on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30–6pm beginning September 26 through November 17, 2022, resuming January 9, 2023, after a short winter break.
Education Open Enrollment
ICA Miami is looking for an experienced teaching artist for its upcoming season of ICA Narratives! The Narratives Teaching Artist will provide an innovative and creative project focused on themes of identity, social justice, and empowerment for participants in ICA Miami’s Narratives program. Deadline to Apply: Fri, Aug 19, 2022
ICA Miami internship program aims to address historical race and gender gaps in museums and specifically connect underserved audiences to the museum. We are focused on attracting and preparing college-level students from underrepresented backgrounds for internships or jobs in the field of museums and community engagement. Deadline to Apply: Mon, Sep 12, 2022
Upcoming Public Programs
Thur, Aug 18, 7:30pm. ICA Miami welcomes composer, performer, and installation artist Raven Chacon to the Knight Foundation Art + Research Center for a public presentation of a new, collaborative score, which will be generated during the three-day workshop, and will be performed by the seminar participants.
Channel New Videos
"I'm showing humanity, and the hope in humanity. The growth through struggle," says Los Angeles-based artist Daniel Gibson as he takes ICA Miami through the California desert to the US-Mexico border. This video, like Gibson's work, reflects on the perils of migration, and the humanity of representation.
Artist and sculptor Hugh Hayden visits the swamps of Louisiana to source wood for a new monumental installation for ICA Miami and reflects on the material and cultural specificity of the work.
Podcast Season 1
We are excited to announce the inaugural season of "Tomorrow is the Problem," ICA Miami's first podcast, created through the Knight Foundation Art + Research Center. Season one explores the ocean as a way of knowing. Join our host, ICA Miami’s Donna Honarpisheh, as she explores topics ranging from indigenous services on climate change to the sonic Afrofuturist world of Drexciya.
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