Plan(T)ing for the Future
2019 Year in Review
Scroll down to see Xavier Cortada‘s featured achievements during 2019. The artist works at the intersection of science, art, policy, and community to engage citizens in understanding and addressing important environmental concerns. During the past year, his work has been featured in local, national, and international media, as well as shared locally through exhibitions in every Miami-Dade County Public Library branch and weekly environmental programming at the Pinecrest Gardens Farmers Market.
Visit Cortada’s Studio
Starting in 2020, join us at Xavier Cortada’s Open Studio every Sunday from 9am – 2pm during the Pinecrest Gardens Farmer’s Market. Once inside, visitors can view Cortada’s workplace and artwork, learn about his practice, and purchase one of Cortada’s signed, numbered, limited-edition prints . All proceeds from the sale of Cortada’s pieces during the Open Studio go directly to supporting the work of Cortada Projects. Come visit us:
Xavier Cortada is Professor of Practice at the University of Miami. His participatory art practice is implemented through Cortada Projects at Pinecrest Gardens. Cortada Projects uses the power of art to engage the community in learning about and addressing important ecological concerns including global climate change, sea-level rise, and biodiversity loss.