The MiART Foundation’s mission is to examine our role as Earth’s custodians by engaging the public through the transformative power of art focused on the intersection of environmental and humanitarian issues; primarily equality, climate change solutions, sea level rise, marine conservation, and sustainability.

Background still image of virtual reality video “Submerged” by Olivia McGilchrist

Deep See Project (2017)

An interactive installation by Tina Spiro, Jaceck Kolasinski, Olivia McGilchrist, Barry Fellman, Linda Cheung, Jared Jacobs, Dita Devi, and Juan Carlos Gallo. Featured at the entrance to the pavilions for Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami during Art Basel 2017. Courtesy of Art Miami.

About miART Foundation

The MiART Foundation was established in Miami in 2003 as a 501(c)(3) not for profit corporation. The foundation’s primary focus is on producing special art projects in and for Miami, featuring emerging Miami artists and prominent international artists, bringing Miami’s unique multi-cultural arts and culture into focus.

The Foundation is committed to maintaining green business practices throughout its projects and minimizing their impact on the earth.

By integrating Caribbean, Latin American and international artists with Miami-based artists, the MiART Foundation aims to achieve its mission through special exhibitions, digital communications, and collaborative projects that foster social and environmental resiliency and solutions.

Contact MiART Foundation

Tina Spiro | Executive Director

E-mail: spirotina@gmail.com

Address: 888 Biscayne Blvd #202
Miami, FL 33132

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