Miami’s pioneer eco-artist, Cortada has created more than 150 public artworks, installations, and collaborative murals across six continents. The Florida Artist Hall of Fame inductee is the only artist to create work at both of the Earth’s poles.

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Venues include museums, city halls, universities, seaports, botanical gardens, housing sites and turnpike plazas

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Cortada’s practice mobilizes communities around critical environmental and social issues

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“Xavier Cortada: Climate Science Art” exhibition opens at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. on July 10, 2024

As a renowned artist and dynamic public speaker, Xavier Cortada has engaged, educated, and motivated audiences from TED and CERN to Harvard and the White House. His powerful keynote speeches, academic lectures, and artist talks combine artistic creativity and scientific knowledge to address important social and environmental concerns.

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Transforming communities through creative engagement