Posted by | November 28, 2016
CLIMA 2016 | Opening Reception

        CLIMA Home | Main 2016 | Gallery | Statement | Press | Events | Livestream Cortada works: Do Not Open | Climate Refugees | Hot for Hialeah | Psychoanalysis of Climate Change | Reclamation Project | Flor...

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Posted by | October 15, 2016
Spotify | Clarify — a conversation about the environment, culture and the economy

As part of Clarify - a national series of events, screenings and talks sponsored by Spotify - Xavier Cortada will join climate change scientist Brian Soden in a conversation about the environment, culture and...

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Posted by | September 27, 2016
“Florida is… Wildflowers” at Miami Children’s Museum

  Miami artist Xavier Cortada will lead children in creating a participatory eco-art project in support of the pollinators.  Inspired by his FLOR500 project (, kids at the Miami Children Museum...

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Posted by | August 8, 2016
An Emotional Lexicon for Climate Change: WONDER, DENIAL, DISAPPOINTMENT, GRIEF, and HOPE

AN EMOTIONAL LEXICON FOR CLIMATE CHANGE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 6:30PM  WONDER, DENIAL, DISAPPOINTMENT, GRIEF, AND HOPE  6:30PM - Reception, Event at 7:00PM Vizcaya Museum & Gardens. Reflect with local environmental...

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Posted by | July 26, 2016
Hot for Hialeah

To watch livesteam of event click here.                 -- Back to all 2016 Events

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Posted by | May 24, 2016
Celebrating Gay Pride Month

Selected early works from the Xavier Cortada's "Male Torso" series will be displayed outside the artist's studio in the Bakehouse Art Complex during June 2016.  Cortada painted the series in 1996-97.  The exhibit celebrates...

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Posted by | May 20, 2016
Corpus Christi Art Fundraiser

  On exhibit: Xavier Cortada, "Littoral Creature," 48" x 24", acrylic on canvas, 2014 --- ($5000)   -- Back to all 2016 Events

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Posted by | May 5, 2016
Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis: A Public Event Series Bringing Miami Together to Discuss Our Future

FIU SEAS and FIU CARTA Artist-in-Residence Xavier Cortada will be one of three speakers to discuss art, environmentalism and activism as part of Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis: A Public Event...

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Posted by | April 20, 2016
Residency at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest– White Mountains, NH

Xavier Cortada,"Hubbard Brook 60," digital art, 2015 ( Copyright 2015 Xavier Cortada. -- Back to all 2016 Events

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Posted by | April 20, 2016
Alaska Residency: University of Alaska Fairbanks (cancelled)

FIU SEAS and CARTA artist-in-residence Xavier Cortada will travel to Alaska to engage in research for his EVER/PERMA project addressing sea-level rise and global climate change concerns.  This is part...

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