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CARTA Dean's Newsletter 12/5
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CARTA Dean's Newsletter

Brian Schriner
Dear Colleagues, Students, and Friends,

It’s my pleasure to share the following recent good news with you:
 
CARTA@Mana Wynwood (Dec 2, 2016)
$10 Million Gift From Moishe Mana To Fund New Arts Home for FIU
 
CARTA@Coconut Grove Playhouse (Dec 2, 2016)
Dade Plan Saves Historic Grove Playhouse Building
 
CARTA Ratcliffe Arts + Design Incubator@BBC (Nov 3, 2016)
University Gifted $831K To Launch New Incubator

Our trans-disciplinary home in Wynwood showcasing our exclusive partnership with the Bauhaus, our collaboration with Gables Stage, the State of Florida, and Miami Dade County reopening the Coconut Grove Playhouse, and our original Arts + Design Incubator supporting StartUp FIU,  --  along with our soon-be-launched converged newsroom and communication center at BBC, our visual arts and design faculty members participation in Art Week Miami and Art Basel Miami Beach, the Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center’s 15th Anniversary and the School of Music’s acclaimed concert series, our hosting of the NEA’s Mayors’ Institute on City Design, our participation in President Obama’s Resiliency Summit at the White House, hosting the Liberty Square Community Dialogues, the Department of Theatre’s first-ever Spanish language Main Stage production, Interior Architecture’s unparalleled Festival of the Trees, Architecture’s ingenious Walk-On-Water, our new strategic degrees in digital media, public relations/applied communication, graphic design, animation and object design, our students’ and faculty members’ consequential scholarly and creative activities, and our thriving Miami Beach Urban Studios and CARTA Innovation Lab -- are all evidence of our commitment to engage our community in support of our mission to drive the information, innovation, and cultural economy of South Florida and beyond.
 
As we prepare for Commencement on December 13 to celebrate our students’ success and CARTA’s 10th Anniversary (2006-2016), I want to congratulate and thank each of you for all you do in support of our students, faculty, and alumni. You have had a very productive Fall semester!
 
Warmest regards,
 
Brian

This Week @ The SGA


Beat the stress of finals with the following SGA events! 

12/5 Late Night Breakfast 9pm -Midnight 
12/6 Evening Snack 7-9 pm

All of these events will be held in the GC Pit and we will be providing free food and giveaways! Take a break from studying and come destress with SGA. 
See you there! 


Kayla Cox

CLIMA: Art, Science, & Insights Panel Discussion

SCJ Professors Publish New Book on Miami Spaces

Dr. Moses Shumow and Dr. Robert E. Gutsche, Jr. in the Department of Journalism + Media have published a new book on Miami spaces. The book also includes a Foreword by Dr. Juliet Pinto, Interim Executive Director of the School of Communication + Journalism.
 
News, Neoliberalism, and Miami’s Fragmented Urban Space uncovers and interrogates how news media – in an era of globalization and the rapid acceleration of free market ideologies – are both harnessed by and are complicit in the capture and re-appropriation of spatial consciousness throughout South Florida.
 
The two have, together and as individuals, presented this work at international conferences and in their courses.
 
See their work also at shatterbe.lt.

Imago Rekonesans: FIU’S A+AH Department's Contribution To The Global Academic Scene and Art Basel

The Florida International University’s Art + Art History Department, alongside the Academy of Fine Arts (ASP) in Warsaw, have continued their global academic partnership and unveiled their new exhibition entitled, REKONESANS. The exhibition held at the Project Room at Bakehouse Art Complex, coincides with the 2016 edition of Art Basel, Miami Beach, an opportunity for FIU to contribute to the international and local art event.

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Conceptual Artist, Mark Dion, Visits The Modesto Maidique Campus For FIU Art's Second Studio Crawl

On Friday, November 18thFIorida International University’s Department of Art & Art History hosted their second Studio Crawl with guest speaker, Mark Dion. The event was curated and organized by Master in Fine Arts student, Michael Gray, who created a unique and creative to way to showcase the MFA students current work.

This night marked a special occasion for the FIU art department. Mark Dion, a highly celebrated American conceptual artist, was an invited speaker and delivered a compelling lecture about his installations worldwide and an insight to his inner sense of drive and motivation for the art industry.

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To read these stories and more visit us at CARTANEWS.FIU.EDU
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