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Open Studio “Research and Development: Concerning Belonging”

Published on Sep 02, 2014 by NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale NSU

“Research and Development” is a new series of artist residencies that provide artists with essential time and resources for research and for exploring new directions in their work. In this inaugural and innovative program, the museum invites South Florida artists Tom Scicluna, Rick Ulysse, Natasha Lopez de Victoria, Agustina Woodgate and Antonia Wright, to set up studios in the museum’s second floor galleries, where they will produce work that addresses issues of homelessness and belonging. Free with museum admission. Free for members and NSU students and faculty. Please RSVP to moareservations@moafl.org or or (954) 262-0227.

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