2021

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Xavier Cortada rebukes senators and members of Congress for objectifying to the results of Electoral College without cause.

Engaged Projects

  • The Octopus Project” – Collaborating to identify and address an issue important to the broader school community and implement 8 participatory art projects (in collaboration with SEED School students, faculty and University of Miami students, Miami, FL).
  • Office of the Citizen of the United States” – Encouraging citizens to assume the mantle of citizen leadership and animate their democracy through the use of social media (virtual performance).
  • I Rebuke You” – Calling on senators and members of Congress to apologize to the American people for weakening our democracy (virtual performance).

Public Art Commissions

  • Deerfield Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (Main Beach), Deerfield Beach, FL
  • Mangroves,” Liberty Square, Miami Dade Art in Public Places, Miami, FL
  • Wildflowers,” Liberty Square, Miami Dade Art in Public Places, Miami, FL
  • Native Trees,” Liberty Square, Miami Dade Art in Public Places, Miami, FL

Residencies

  • 2017-2022 Pinecrest Gardens Artist-in-Residence (Artist’s Studio), Pinecrest, FL

Funded Research

  • Co-Principal Investigator (along with UM Law Professor Jessica Owley, RSMAS Associate Professor Katharine Mach, Economics Assistant Professor Ian Wright, and Law Librarian Nicholas Mignanelli), On the Move: Climate Migration and Retreat in South Florida, the Caribbean, and Beyond,University of Miami U-LINK Phase 1 Grant

Publications

  • Painting Constitutional Law: Xavier Cortada’s Images of Constitutional Rights, Keiden, The Netherlands: Brill | Nijhoff, 2021.

    Editors: M.C. Mirow and Howard M. Wasserman

    Contributors are: Renée Ater, Mary Sue Backus, Kathleen A. Brady, Jenny E. Carroll, Erwin Chemerinsky, Xavier Cortada, Andrew Guthrie Ferguson, Leslie Kendrick, Corinna Barrett Lain, Paul Marcus, Linda C. McClain, M.C. Mirow, James E. Pfander, Laura S. Underkuffler, and Howard M. Wasserman.

Awards

  • 2020-2021 Engaged Faculty Fellow, University of Miami Office of Civic and Community Engagement
  • 2021 University of Miami Excellence in Civic Engagement Faculty Award

Newsletters

  • January – New Book! “Painting Constitutional Law”
  • February – Florida is… Commemorating 200 years as part of the U.S. today!
  • March – Reclaim your yard for nature this Earth Day!
  • April – County Mayor Levine Cava unveils Cortada’s digital mural
  • May – Cortada wins National Wetlands Award, celebrates 15 years of Reclamation Project
  • June – Eco-art Colonnade inspires action at Pinecrest Gardens
  • July – Celebrating Miami’s 125th Birthday
  • August – Museum acquires socially engaged art

Events, Lectures, Installations and Presentations

Press