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
Upcoming Public Programs
Sat, Oct 1, 12pm. Join us for a day of art, music and performance supporting ICA Miami’s education and community initiatives presented in partnership with Miami Design District.
Kittenberger, ICA’s Cat-in-Residence, invites you to our Family Sundays Series, which welcomes children of all abilities to engage in contemporary art through a variety of activities and make connections with ICA’s artists and exhibitions.
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 2
Did you ever wonder how sound shapes collective experiences from music and dance to protest and practices like listening? ICA Miami's "Tomorrow is the Problem," explores the critical underpinnings of familiar concepts from everyday life often taken for granted. Hosted by Assistant Curator Donna Honarpisheh, PhD, the four information-packed episodes in season two focus on sound as art, music, protest, and violence.
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