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Published on Dec 12, 2014
NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale launches Research and Development, a new series of artist residencies that provide artists with essential time and resources to further their work and apply their creativity to social issues. In its inaugural program, Research and Development: Concerning Belonging, South Florida artists Franky Cruz, Catalina Jaramillo, Natasha Lopez de Victoria, Tom Scicluna, Rick Ulysse, Augustina Woodgate, and Antonia Wright, to use the museum’s second floor gallery as studios and develop new projects addressing issues of homelessness and belonging. Works produced during the residency are on view to the public and change regularly. Natasha Lopez De Victoria, Agustina Woodgate and Antonia Wright will also lead art workshops dealing with homelessness and belonging with the Broward Partnership, which operates the Central Homeless Assistance Center, a local shelter for the Homeless.
This closing panel discussion from September 13, 2014, introduces the artists’ starting thoughts on the project. Each artist discusses his/her approach to the topics of homelessness and belonging. It was moderated by Bonnie Clearwater and Luke Jenkins.