Enjoy this panel discussion with artists Rick Ulysse, Natasha Lopez de Victoria, Agustina Woodgate and Antonia Wright, who are part of the museum’s new “Research and Development” residency program. The program provides South Florida artists with essential time and resources for research and exploring new directions in their work. Throughout the summer, the artists will have temporary studios in the museum’s second floor galleries, where they will create works addressing issues of issues of homelessness and belonging.
Free with museum admission. Free for museum members, NSU students and faculty.
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