Aug 30, 2022
Kerry Phillips : (Re) Remembering
WAAM is excited to launch Part II of Kerry Phillip's living archive project at the WAAM space in Little Haiti. Stay tuned for information on how you can participate in this community archiving project.
November 2, 2021
Barbara Young Exhibition Extended till January 2022
WAAM is pleased to be extending Barbara Young: Journeys in Radical Librarianship! The exhibition will be on view from November 19 to January 30, 2022.
August 2, 2021
Remnants by Loni Johnson at Locust Projects
Congratulations to artist & activist Loni Johnson who will be unveiling her latest installation, Remnants at Locust Projects on September 11! Johnson exhibited at WAAM recently with artist Chire Regans, and we journeyed into the interior landscapes of her sketchbooks, drawings to understand how community, memory, and ancestry are an integral part of her art practice.
August 1, 2021
A new exhibition on art librarian Barbara Young!
Join us in honoring and celebrating Miami's own radical art librarian Barbara Young. The exhibition takes you on a journey of the Miami Dade Public Library System's critical art programming initiated by Barbara Young. Organized in collaboration with the Vasari Project at MDPLS.
May 20, 2021
Chire Regans at the Bakehouse Arts Complex
A Reflection of the Times, by Chire “VantaBlack” Regans, is a memorial exhibition of portraiture that underscores the ways in which activist art exists as a site of resistance and embodies a social justice framework. Here, the artist creates a space for collective remembering and healing for families and the community. WAAM is honored to curate this exhibition in collaboration with Commissioner and the BAC. Special thanks to Dejha Carrington, Laura Novoa, Cathy Leff, and last but not least, to Chire Regans, who inspires us with her truth-telling.