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This Saturday, May 28: Books and Bites and Girls Call The Shots

Posted on 27 May 2016 by NerissaStreet

This month’s exhibit cohosted by 1310 Gallery and the Sacred Here and Miraculous Now, in collaboration with Exibit Treal.

Help match a $100 donation to Girls Call the Shots, a teen filmmaking program, by purchasing affordable resident art featured on the 2nd Floor. See pieces by Jeremiah Jenner and Somiko Ann for under $200. Work by Marie Donze is featured as well on the 3rd floor.

Books & Bites is an event which welcomes guests to discover a great book, delicious tapas, and perfect cocktails.

The event also fetaures an art show and pop up shops.
This month, the book we are discussing is THE SECRET.

Our hosts are:
MacD from Harmonik
Tico Armand
Carolyn Desert
Ashely Romano
Young Mike

Tracy Guiteau is our curator.

Art Show Curated by Exibit Treal
Vegan Bites by Planet Umoja
Pop up shops

Admission is $10 includes cocktails and tapas.

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The Elephant Art Exhibit: Art, Performance & Outreach – opening

Posted on 14 July 2015 by Niki lopez

July 18 – August 8th 2015

The Elephant: Art + Performance + Community Outreach

Produced: Niki Lopez of Niki Art Studio, Alana DaCosta & at 1310 Gallery

Opening night: Saturday July 18, 2015
Location: 1310 Gallery, Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts

The Elephant  – art exhibition is a group arts exhibition featuring work that challenges both artist and viewer to consider their choices about what in our lives, should be revealed and what should be hidden.    We want the elephant out in the open so we can find release…

“The Elephant” as in ‘the elephant in the room’ is metaphorical idiom for an obvious truth that is either being ignored or going unaddressed. The idiomatic expression also applies to an obvious problem or risk no one wants to discuss, It is based on the idea that an elephant in a room would be impossible to overlook; thus, people in the room who pretend the elephant is not there have chosen to avoid dealing with the looming big issue.

Artists:

  • Niki Lopez
  • Alana DaCosta
  • Allison Kotzig
  • Rolando Chang Barrero
  • Judy Leeson Polstra
  • Sonia Baez-Hernandez
  • Dianne Rosenberg
  • Ian Barnes
  • Cesca Veo
  • Susan Buzzi
  • Rene Gordon
  • Geva Salerno

Opening night performance:

  • Chunky (Host & spoken word Poet)
  • Chaos Theory
  • Dawn Robinson
  • Tico Armand
  • Yoli Mayor
  • Rebecca Butterfly Vaughns
  • & more

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 About the producers: Niki Lopez is a multi-media artist.  Known for her vibrant color palate, Lopez’s often ‘other-worldly’ art has acheter viagra pfizer been exhibited across South Florida, New York, and California.  Lopez is also a Graphic Designer known for her community spirit and avant-garde art shows.  Niki is passionate about community & outreach.  Lopez has been an integral  part of the creation of the 1310 Gallery space located within the Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts, where residents create monthly art programs.  As Web Master, Niki created the community’s on-line presence, and is a contributor to the 1310 Gallery brand via Social Media.

A resident artist of Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts, Alana DaCosta is a creative rebel. Alana has not received any formal training in visual arts. However, she continues to think out of the box and uses many mediums to share her creative talents. An artist activist, vocalist, musician, and poet whose distinctive sound extends beyond boundaries as she blends neo-soul with reggae, jazz, and a drop of funk. Alana has performed throughout the United States, Europe and the Caribbean. “My music and art will touch the minds, hearts and souls of people across the world, and will increase

one’s motivation for self-discovery, collective consciousness of one’s purpose, and the desire to live life freely, without regrets.” says Alana, who also has a M.S. in Mental Health Counseling and understands the healing power of the arts. With the drive and passion felt in her music and community art initiatives, there is no doubt, that Alana DaCosta is destined to leave her own mark in our world and make her artistic mission.

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Dates:

  • July 18th – Opening Night + Performance
  • July 25th – Drink & Draw More info TBA, Artwalk w/Free trolley service.
  • July 29th – Panel discussion #What’s Your Elephant.
  • August 5th- COMMUNITY OUTREACH -TBA
  • August 7th – Thou Art Women – LGBT Poetry Night

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Special Thanks to our Sponsors:

Sideways Confections – SidewaysConfections.com

Health Rush – http://www.myhealthrush.com

JLPR –  https://www.facebook.com/JLPRInc

Zen Bartender – https://www.facebook.com/ZenBartending

Images by Xio – https://www.facebook.com/X.meza.the.artist

Niki Lopez Creative – https://www.nikilopez.com

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“Portraitic Perspectives” OPENING Sat. Feb. 21st 7-10pm ~ 1 Exhibition Multiple Events!

Posted on 20 February 2015 by Dana Dellacamera

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“Portraitic Perspectives” is a fine art exhibition featuring

art aiming to explore and illuminate diversely interpreted concepts of beauty. The exhibition will focus primarily on portrait photography by David I. Muir along with the works of invited visual and performing artists.

ONE EXHIBITION, MULTIPLE EVENTS

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 7PM – 10PM

 – Grand Opening
Guest Speakers include State Rep. Hazel Rogers; Consul General Franz Hall & Dr Joan Muir
Performances by poet Susan “Dr Sue” Davis and vocalist Kristine Alicia.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 3PM – 5PM

– Panel Discussion
“The Commerce of Natural Born Beauty,” leads an exploration of “How Black women in the hair/beauty industry are leveraging social media to grow their brands and how they manage to balance life and work in the Beauty Industry”


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 5PM – 10PM

 – Downtown Art-walk
“Healing Arts, Healing Foods” and features a Living Foods Workshop and various performances.

SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 6PM – 8PM

– Play 
“A Lil’ Diddy About Lyle & Christina,” is a play exploring the words, thoughts and feelings

that occur after an abrupt breakup. This explosive journey quickly grabs hold and refuses to let go until you’re emotionally spent. With a healthy balance of anger, laughter, sadness and desperation, this play will have you asking, “What would I do?” This production contains explicit language and violence; 18 and older is strongly advised.


SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 7PM – 10PM

– Thou Art Woman
G. Wright Muir, Nik Harris & PJ Hitchins host an evening of visual and performing arts celebrating LGBT Women.

SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 7PM – 10PM

– Closing Event
with special Artist appearance, Sean Henry (from Jamaica) and Karl “Jerry” Craig, plus various performances in music and spoken word


THE ARTISTS

David I. Muir, a native of Jamaica, is a fine art photographer living in South Florida. He has a special love for candid, cultural and lifestyle photography – signature components of his exhibits. He excels at capturing prix vrai cialis a whole story through his lens, which often emits strong emotion from viewers of his work.

Muir’s work has qualified for juried art contests as well as group and solo fine art exhibitions.

Muir’s love affair with photography began in the early 1980s when he would take his father’s camera to school and capture images of campus life in Kingston, Jamaica.

The transformation from hobby to profession propelled the growth of David’s portrait and event photography business, DAVIDiPhoto Inc. The commercial photography business is recognized as the premier event photography business of South Florida’s Caribbean- and African-American communities.

Muir co-founded and produces Caribe Arts Fest, an annual international art festival based in Broward County, Florida that includes events at the Museum of Art, in Fort Lauderdale, along with visual art exhibitions, performance art showcases and educational artist workshops.

Muir has been featured by numerous Jamaican and American media houses, including the Miami Herald, Sun-Sentinel, Hot105FM, NBC-6, ABC-10, FOX, CVM (Jamaican TV), TVJ (Jamaican TV), Jamaica Observer and the Jamaica Gleaner.

Cathleen is Director/Producer at BlackCat Media LLC. and adjunct professor in communication studies at Nova Southeastern University’s Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences. Cathleen Dean has spent several years as both talent and behind the scenes in radio, television, and film. In addition to writing and directing the short films Stories of Hope and Corporate Karma. She served as co-producer and co-director of the 2012 award winning film Runaway Afrique and is the Miami producer for the 48 Hour Film Project. Cathleen is an alumnus of Columbia University.

In December 2014, Cathleen was selected by the Art of Community Programing Committee to participate in a global public art project: The Inside Out Broward Project for the centennial celebration Broward 100 – Celebrating the Art of Community.

SEAN “IYA” HENRY

Sean “IYA” Henry – (water color, pastels, pen & ink, charcoal and mixed media)
Sean Henry, a 1987 graduate of the Jamaica School of Art and Founder and Design Director of Iya Limited, one of Jamaica’s leading screen printing and graphic houses is an artist to his core. Inspired by the scenes of life and nature around him, Sean sketches and paints the scenes. Sean explains that his work is therapeutic and that it provides him peace of mind.

Sean’s work is derived from his drawing, painting, photography and the combinations of these works, which are either water-colour, pastel, pen & ink, charcoal, and/or mixed media.  Lovers of beauty and art will get the opportunity to view the work of this talented artist as he stages his first showing in America.

Philip Michael Curtis – Painter (acrylics and pastel)
An artistic protégé, Phillip Michael Curtis; foray into the art world began at the tender age of seven. His first effort, Last Supper, toured his native Jamaica, creating a buzz about the creative future of the pint-sized painter.

Curtis’ painterly style speaks to viewers lyrically. His work pops in vibrant colors and rich tones in his preferred media – oils, acrylics, and pastels. His visible brush strokes are carefully controlled, yet can be characterized as freely impressionistic.

The artist’s music series stirs the soul as he brings in focus the sounds, movement, and smokey ambiance of the nighttime jazz scene. Not only does Curtis put viewers in the audience, his tasteful nudes, portraits, caricatures, and genre paintings of his island home brings together his varied design styles.

Migrating to the United States as a teenager, Curtis studied at New York’s FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) and the Art Student League. He worked as a fashion and general illustrator and eventually moved to Miami where he worked as a courtroom artist. It was this skill that got him noticed – one of his paintings was featured in the film, Out of Timefeaturing Denzel Washington.

 was born in Jamaica. He earned the NDD from St. Martin’s School of Art in London, England and an MFA from Maryland Institute College or Art, USA. He has been used extensively as Consultant for Art and Craft by UNESCO and OAS in the Caribbean and represented Jamaica at several conferences and State Visits, and delivered many papers at International Meetings and Universities.

A prolific artist, he has had one man exhibitions in England, USA and Jamaica as well as exhibited in many group shows in Jamaica, England, USA, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Japan, Hong Kong, the Caribbean, Mexico, Republic of Dominica, Cuba and Botswana.

Craig uses the jeweled colors of the Caribbean’s flora, Fauna and the undulating shapes of the landscape for inspiration for many of his paintings as well as symbols of the original peoples of the New World, Africa and the Orient. His work is a rich tapestry in an Abstract Symbolism style full of luxurious textured surfaces, symbols with vibrant color. His work gives birth to new internal languages of heart, mind and soul.

Don Parchment – Photographer.
Don’s first camera was a Kodak Baby Brownie, he owned whilst attending a boarding school in the St. Elizabeth hills of Jamaica. Students were encouraged to develop their hobbies, and his has grown into a lifelong passion.

In Jamaica he developed that passion into a professional career as a fashion photographer. In the late 1980’s, he relocated to New York where he expanded into product and catalog photography. Currently residing in Florida his photography interests have broadened to include life style, travel, corporate and social events. He particularly enjoys covering concerts and festivals.

Having spent many years honing his photography skills, his trademark became his uncanny ability to make people emote.

As a photographer his constant quest for beauty in people and places is what motivates him to create images that ignite a special connection between himself and the viewer. The pursuit of capturing these images in the art of photography is his unending passion.

Iva McDaniels is a multidisciplinary artist. She holds degrees in Radio & Television Broadcasting, Communications, and Interdisciplinary Arts Education. Further, she is the author of the poetry book MOIST, a playwright, freelance spiritual and entertainment writer, and filmmaker. She currently resides in the rtist community of 1310 Gallery, Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts.

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The Nature of Things Art exhibit opening at 1310 Gallery + Open studios during #‎flaglerartwalk‬ with FREE trolley service

Posted on 23 January 2015 by Niki lopez

Saturday, January 31, 2015
7pm -11pm
Presented by Sylvain Denis + 1310 Gallery:

The Nature of Things

Art exhibit opening at 1310 Gallery + Open studios during #‎flaglerartwalk‬ with FREE trolley service

For further information please contact this month’s curator:  954-541-4646 oremail

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The Nature of Things (by Sylvain Denis)…
“It’s make me think about how things are, also there is nature element in my images and Israel sculptures.  It is also about the way things are or can be represented, Niko’s drawing are exaggerated version of people shape and anatomy and I feel like it can be a true reality of their look. Barry painting have a deeper meaning about people innerself and sole, good or bad it is nature of this world.

This event will have 4 artist:

  • Stone sculptures by Israel Isi Ghelman
  • Photography, by me Sylvain Denis
  • Drawings by NikoYulis
  • Paintings by Barry Gross

About The Curator:

Sylvain Denis is a resident photographer and curator born and raised in Montreal, Canada. Currently residing in Fort Lauderdale where he works as a commercial freelance https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/achat-viagra/ photographer. Sylvain started his interest in photography at a young age influenced by his own experience as a young model for a fitness publication based in New York City. Since 1994 Sylvain has captured the American Southwest landscape; this collection will be showcased during the exhibition here in 1310 Gallery.

This collection spans a 20-year career sampling his time across the United States from Antelope Canyon, a sandstone canyon carved from flash floods to Monument Valley on the edge of Utah. The American Landscape is constantly basked in hues and waves of light, which change every few minutes, making it probably one of the most challenging places to photograph.

Sylvain’s camera of choice is a medium format film camera, known for their larger size negatives that are transferred into digital files through the process of Drum scanning, which give the highest image resolution possible. Those images are then printed on to metallic paper compressed between polished plexi-glass for their superior glossy and finished look.

Bio of Israel Ghelman:

I studied sculpture, ceramic and drawing in Caracas, Venezuela. In Florida, clay in the Fire and Mud Studio, sculpture in Broward College and work as a Sculpture Lab Assistant.  Participated in group shows in Broward and Palm Beach.  Took part in the Mosan art symposium in South Korea, where I carved a monumental piece in granite for the Museum.
At this moment in my life I decided to sculpt in stone. I take pleasure in the physical contact with the rocks, could be because I love the mountains and life outdoors or for some other reason but they attract me… I think that, in some way, they are sculptures in their natural state… They are part of nature and I analyze their origin, where they “grow” and to which “family” they belong. I am doing it for the last six years, and love to work on them, trying to bring out what they would like to express.

I like to incorporate details and organic forms, but it is essentially abstract art. Passionate about the three-dimensionality of sculpture, in my newest pieces I introduced the rotation on a pin to have a 360 degrees view.  Showing off my sculpture, I intend to provoke intellectual and emotional enjoyment in the viewer of my work.

Bio of Barry Gross:
Artist Barry Gross is a figurative/surreal realistic painter . He primarily works in oils on Belgium linen and delves into mixed media as an under painting and works the painting up with oil. Barry also does drawings using graphite/charcoal and oil sticks on hand tinted Asian rice papers. Barry is in the collections of Malcolm Forbes of Forbes Magazine, Elton John,
Coca Cola.

 Join us at the 1310 Gallery – Sailboat Bend Artist lofts.

Sat Jan 31st opening show 7 to 11pm

Or by appointment Jan 17-Feb-14

#FlaglerArtwalk #FATVillage #BrowardArts

FREE TROLLEY SERVICE!!

Grab your Flyer for January 31st #Artwalk!
Here – http://flyer.flaglerartwalk.com/

ADMISSION IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

GALLERY:
1310 Gallery offers over 3000 square feet of exhibition space split into 3 levels, and housed within ArtSpace’s Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts, in a historic area of downtown Ft Lauderdale. 1310 Gallery is an artist run collective that rotates art exhibitions monthly. https://www.facebook.com/1310Gallery

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Community News:
Sailboat Bend resident artist South Florida events

Join resident artist  Niki Lopez  who will be one of the featured artist in this #Latina Artist Collective – CUATRO. Presented by #OmilaniMusic – A fundraiser in preparation for #WorldOutGamesMiami2017 #nikilopez #miamiart #sailboatbendartist. Join us on Thursday, January 29 at The Platinum for an exclusive cocktail benefit.

Facebook RSVP:

For more info on World Out Games Miami, click here

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PARKING @ 1310  Gallery:

In addition to parking in the parking lot there is also:
local parking authorities have been advised to not ticket during posted events at any of the designated parking areas.

+ Parking all along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street
+ Church parking lot and field across from Fire Museum on West Las Olas
+ Empty lot directly(?) next lofts along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street.
Any issues with parking during events, pleace click here
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2015 Calendar:
(Subject to change- please check back)

Gallery Openings at 1310 Gallery:

*Some months have mulitple events, workshops, and more. Please check back for updates or check with individual artist/curator.

**If you are an artist interested in submitting work for a show please contact the curator of that month for more information. We look forward to working with you!

Many shows are still under development, please contact the person of that month for more info. Some months have multiple events going on during the month. Performance, visual arts, and more!

1310 Gallery - Every Third Saturday of the Month

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Taking pictures & video?
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Art is… 1310 Gallery is featuring a group show curated by Eliane Harvey

Posted on 26 September 2014 by Niki lopez

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Saturday, September 27, 2014
7pm -10pm
Presented by Eliane Harvey & 1310 Gallery:

Art is… 

1310 Gallery is featuring a group show curated by Eliane Harvey (Resident Painter)

For further information please call 954-604-8203.

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Admission – Free and open to the Public

The show runs from September 27 through October 11, 2014.

“Art Is…” exhibition features the work of established artists:

  • Dana Donaty (Conceptual https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/ou-acheter-du-viagra/ Artist)
  • Eliane Harvey (Shows Curator and Painter)
  • Jake Cordero (Mixed Media)
  • Mystica (Installation and Belly Dancer)
  • Robin White (Painter)
  • JC Bravo (Painter)
  • Glen Mayo (Sculptor)
  • Liliana Botero (Painter)
  • Adam White (Painter)
  • Eli Pupouac Jr. (Sculptor)
  • Patty Stribling Lauer (Painter)
  • Deda Maldonado (Fiber Art)
  • Terry Mulrooney (Water Color)
  • Tate Earle (Musician).

Eliane Harvey (Resident Painter and Curator) was born and raised in Brazil and moved several years ago toSouth Florida. Her paintings hang in numerous private collections in the US and abroad. She shows her paintings extensively throughout South Florida. Her work was recently featured in the prestigious yearly exhibit,  “Red Eye” at Art Serve in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

She is a self-taught artist, who learned by diligently analyzing the techniques of the Italian Renaissance Masters. Although her studies were in Mechanical Design at the SATC Technical School, she continued her art career as ceramic tile designer.

” I love to create with the respect of human form, but no accepting the way things are I must formulate my own vision. Creating visions on canvas is a sense of relief for me. It allows me to interpret my feelings and share them with the world. My body of work communicates energy and mystery”.

Flagler Village Artwalk

For more information, click here

ADMISSION IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
GALLERY:
1310 Gallery offers over 3000 square feet of exhibition space split into 3 levels, and housed within ArtSpace’s Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts, in a historic area of downtown Ft Lauderdale. 1310 Gallery is an artist run collective that rotates art exhibitions monthly. https://www.facebook.com/1310Gallery

Free & open to the public.

Community Partner:

LIKE: Flagler Village Artwalk Facebook Page

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PARKING @ 1310  Gallery:

In addition to parking in the parking lot there is also:

local parking authorities have been advised to not ticket during posted events at any of the designated parking areas.

+ Parking all along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street

+ Church parking lot and field across from Fire Museum on West Las Olas

+ Empty lot directly(?) next lofts along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street.

Any issues with parking during events, please click here

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2014 Calendar:

(Subject to change- please check back)

Gallery Openings at 1310 Gallery:

  • January  -Marcella and Christine Stone
  • February – Melisa Caprio March – Iva Marc
  • April – Nzingah Oniwoson
  • May – Nerissa Street
  • June – Lisa Rockford
  • July – Niki Lopez & Alana DeCosta – L’éléphant dans la Salle
  • August – Dana DellaCamera
  • September – Eliane Harvey
  • October – Tabatha Mudra
  • November – Yudelka Tavera
  • December – OPEN – Possible group/holiday show (TBA)

*Some months have mulitple events, workshops, and more. Please check back for updates or check with individual artist/curator

Many shows are still under development, please contact the person of that month for more info. Some months have multiple events going on during the month. Performance, visual arts, and more!

1310 Gallery - Every Third Saturday of the Month

 

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Be Social!!!

Taking pictures & video?

Please tag us #1310Gallery

For Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Google+, and Foursquare

 

 

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CLOUD 9: THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING ALIVE – ART + MUSIC Show

Posted on 16 August 2014 by Niki lopez

TODAY, August 16, 2014
7pm -10pm
Presented by Dana DellaCamera & 1310 Gallery:

CLOUD 9:

THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING ALIVE – ART + MUSIC Show

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Slices” by Claudio Picasso

“Human beings have mastered the art of self sabotage now it’s time for us to master the art of self-love”, says co-curator Dana DellaCamera. Imagine a world where you are lit up with excitement because of the miracles you are creating for yourself. Where you allow yourself to dream, trust, develop, risk, expand, take action and create without limitations! When we listen to our hearts and trust our inner selves we experience a burst of energy and discover our true purpose. That is the concept and focus of the show. The show will leave you elevated. Come
evolve with us, let your spirit soar at the 2nd Annual “Cloud 9: the experience of being alive” Art + Music show. Please RSVP at www.cloud09show.com for free admission.

The 3 floors of the

art gallery will feature a variety of artists including:

  • Melisa Caprio
  • Omnia
  • Masoud
  • Cesar Ahumada
  • Christine Milland Kenney
  • Claudio Picasso
  • Danilo Gonzalez
  • Diego Romero
  • Indigo Child
  • Jacquelyn Prussing
  • Micheal Anthony Clark
  • Scott Voyles,
  • Stefanie Jasper
  • Sophie Kenney
  • VanShun Brown

“Ballerina” by Jacquelyn Prussing

At the opening, Aug. 16th live musical performances will begin at 8:00pm and will feature the following artists:

  • The Pride Steel Drum Band,
  • Colleen Virginia
  • Sally Rose
  • Kevin Morales
  • Dana DellaCamera a.k.a. Chamel Lyon.

Several of the 1310 Gallery artists will have open studios where they invite you into their live/work spaces to take a special peak into their lives and work.

Open Studio:

Artists having open studios on the opening night Aug. 16th are as follows: 

  • Christine Velez Stone #106
  • Eliane Harvey #210
  • Galerie Jenner #307
  • Niko Yulis #207
  • Sylvain Denis #305

In addition to being in art heaven, Bars Healing expert, Melisa Alterman will be facilitating free 15 minute individual healing sessions for guests on opening night and will be accepting love donations while artist Indigo Child will be painting live during the event and Zen Bartending will be serving up special Cloud 9 drinks for your enjoyment.

Performing artist, singer and songwriter Dana DellaCamera will performing her original music and inspired numbers throughout the evening with choreography by Stephanie Espinosa.

Dana is known for her surprise entrances and audience participation. She guarantees to entertain you and is a must see for the evening.

The show will culminate with a closing event on August 30th from 7:00pm-10:00pm hosted by Dana DellaCamera. Drinks and refreshments will be provided. This event is in conjunction with the Flagler Village (FAT Village) Art Walk. Trolleys will be available to take guests from gallery to gallery.

ADMISSION IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
GALLERY:
1310 Gallery offers over 3000 square feet of exhibition space split into 3 levels, and housed within ArtSpace’s Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts, in a historic area of downtown Ft Lauderdale. 1310 Gallery is an artist run collective that rotates art exhibitions monthly. https://www.facebook.com/1310Gallery

Free & open to the public.

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PARKING @ 1310  Gallery:

In addition to parking in the parking lot there is also:
local parking authorities have been advised to not ticket during posted events at any of the designated parking areas.

+ Parking all along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street
+ Church parking lot and field across from Fire Museum on West Las Olas
+ Empty lot directly(?) next lofts along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street.
Any issues with parking during events, pleace click here

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Art Exhibit Opening: L’éléphant dans la Salle (The elephant in the room) July 19

Posted on 17 July 2014 by Niki lopez

Niki Lopez, Alana DaCosta & 1310 Gallery present:

L’éléphant dans la Salle

(The elephant in the room)

Featuring Provocative Art of the Unspoken.

Event hashtags:  #lelephantartexhibit  #whatsyourelephant

JOIN US! Exhibit opens Saturday July 19, 2014 7pm-11pm

L’éléphant dans la Salle–  (The Elephant in the Room) is an idiom for an obvious truth that is either being ignored, or otherwise unaddressed. The purpose of this exhibit is to provide a safe  place for issues and topics that are normally hidden from public view. Through visual and performance art, the artists participating in this event  will share secrets and taboos, discussing openly to find solutions for our own individual and collective emancipation. Viewers are invited to enter the ‘Confessional’,  an interactive safe space installation to share their ‘elephant’.

L’elephant dans La Salle will be hosted by 2 of 1310 Gallery resident artist Niki Lopez (visual artist & designer), and Alana DaCosta, (singer/songwriter).

L’éléphant dans la Salle: Art + Performance + Community Outreach

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Visual Artists Include:

  • Beatrice McClelland
  • Louis Davis
  • Judy Leeson Polstra
  • Allison Kotzig
  • Kimberly Heise
  • Sonia Baez-Hernandez
  • T.J. Brow
  • Niki Lopez
  • Alana DaCosta
  • Omilani 
  • Klodi Lemoine
  • Gregory Dirr
  • Corbett Fogue
  • Michael D. Colanero (of Uncommon Gallery with photo series .. Breast Cancer Awareness Body Painting Project

Opening night performances include:

  • Chaos Theory
  • DJ Onestar
  • Alana DaCosta
  • Maru
  • Melissa ‘Moonchild’ Stokes
  • Profound Breadth
  • Chunky (2014 DaDa National Poetry Slam Team)

Dates:

  • Sat. 7/19 -7pm-11pm Opening reception
  • Thur. 7/24 –7pm- 9pm – Thou Art Woman LGBT & friends poetry night
  • Sat. 7/26 -7pm – 9pm – Dr. Sketchy South Florida (drink & draw)
  • Sat. 8/2 -10am-4pm Community Outreach Workshop, panel
  • Sat. 8/9– 7pm-10pm -Closing Reception & Open Mic hosted by Alana DaCosta

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Niki Lopez is a multi-media artist.  Known for her vibrant color palate, Lopez’s often ‘other-worldly’ art has been exhibited across South Florida, New York, and California.  Lopez is also a Graphic Designer known for her community spirit and avant-garde art shows.  Niki is passionate about community & outreach.  Lopez has been an integral  part of the creation of the 1310 Gallery space located within the Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts, where residents create monthly art programs.  As Web Master, Niki created the community’s on-line presence, and is a contributor to the 1310 Gallery brand via Social Media Alana DaCostais a singer/ songrwiter & activist… 1310 Gallery is an artist-run collective that offers over 2400 square feet of exhibition space split into 3 levels, and housed within ArtSpace’s live/work facility, Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts. 1310 Gallery rotates art exhibitions monthly and also hosts performances and workshops. The gallery is open by appointment in addition to the Opening & Closing receptions. Community Partner: Drag It Out-(501c3), 2014 DaDa National Poetry Slam Team , Boys & Girls Club, and private donors. For further information please call 305-975-6262. 1310 Gallery: 1310 SW 2nd Court, Fort Lauderdale FL 33312 – map 1310 Gallery recently recognized in the Broward New Times as “The Best of Art Gallery of 2013

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About the producer: Niki Lopez is a multi-disciplined Visual Artist, an independent Graphic Designer, and resident member of the Sailboat Bend Artist Community. Graduate of the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Affiliations include: Spoken Soul Festival Alumna. About 1310 Gallery: A 37 unit live/work art community housing multi-disciplinary visual & performing artist.  The Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts hosts monthly shows every third Saturday of the month since 2008. bestof2013_2

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Resilience: Survive. Grow. Thrive. – Exhibit opening

Posted on 13 May 2014 by Niki lopez

Interactive arts event brings Resilience to Foster Care Youth 


Artists:
Andrew Innerarity
Terri Meredith
Patr
Dennica Pearl Worrell

Collaborators:
1310 Gallery
Be Your Own Answer
Cameras For Kids Foundation
Voices for Children of Broward County
Prizm Art Fair
Supreme Esteem, Inc.

FORT LAUDERDALE – When you ask Neri Street, a community advocate and public speaker, what the word “resilience” means, she lights up. “It’s the concept that will make our community sustainable, address changing job markets, and how we teach the next generation of youth,” she says. “Innovation lights a spark, but resilience keeps the fire burning.”

On Saturday, May 17, Street curates an interactive arts and storytelling experience designed to immerse the audience into Resillence. That is the theme of 1310 Gallery’s 6th Annual May Arts Extravaganza. Every May since 2009, Street has collaborated with artists to raise awareness for causes supporting children and families. e.

“Resilience is critical for everyone, even for people whose lifestyle appears to be easy,” says Andrew Innerarity, an internationally acclaimed photojournalist whose work will be displayed at the event. “No one gets a completely easy path.”

That night, the event will feature 2-dimensional artists pushing the envelope on their work, and inspired performance. It will also feature short films (comedy, drama and experimental) on resilience, and the audience may choose to participate in “An Exercise in Resilience”. A portion of proceeds from any sales that evening supports Cameras for Kids, an innovative program that builds resilience in Broward’s foster care teens.

Betsey Chesler launched Cameras for Kids after volunteering with orphanages in South Africa. She saw how empowered vulnerable teens were behind a camera, and saw the same needs right here at home. Her program is now across the US and Canada. Funds go towards purchasing a basic point and shoot camera, memory cards, photography printing, framing, and shooting trips. “Photography opens a door that allows the kids to see their own potential,” says Chesler, “and it gives them an innovative skill set.”

Cameras for Kids works locally in partnership with Voices for Children and HANDY (Helping Abused Neglected Disadvantaged Youth), but they need community investment to continue. Street and Chesler have come together to raise the funds to sustain the program. The teens’ photography, and other select pieces at the event, will be on sale to support the program—which gives the youth a direct experience in entrepreneurship.

EVENT INFORMATION:

RESILIENCE: SURVIVE, GROW, THRIVE.
at 1310 GALLERY (directions)
1310 Gallery, Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts
1310 SW 2nd Court, Fort Lauderdale, 33312
Free parking on the street, and in adjacent lots
Event time: 

Opening: Saturday, May 17, 7 PM – 10 PM

Closing: Friday, June 13, 7 PM – 9 PM

Artists’ work pictured:
Pasqual, age 15
2009,
Untitled (Clasped hands)
Photography on archival paper

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Tracing the Imaginary Art Opening

Posted on 16 October 2013 by Niki lopez

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The exhibit opening Saturday October 19, 2013 at 1310 Gallery Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts reflects on the work of daughter and mother. The exhibit, “Tracing the Imaginary” focuses on the artwork of daughter and mother. Both women share a similar trajectory starting their carrier as a raw artist. Sonia Baez-Hernandez after a decade of working in art and sociology got a MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Francisca Hernandez began doing ceramic after retired. In 1998 Hernandez began to develop her drawings and mastering skill.

Hernandez’s drawings transport the audience to imaginary gardens, symbolism, and fragmentation of multiple spaces. In contrast, Baez-Hernandez experiments with a realm of micros organic or anthropomorphic forms that emerge as part of a dialogue between surrealistic overtones, and gestural marking. The exhibition includes two-dimensional pieces, installation art, found –object assemblages, and a performance by Baez-Hernandez. Some of their artworks transform the pitch of illness into artistic expressions and emanate therapeutic value.

Opening 1310 Gallery Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts 1310 SW 2nd CT Fort Lauderdale Florida 33312

Opening -Oct 19, 2013 7-11 pm Closing Nov. 9, 2013 7-11pm

 

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“ROUGH & TUMBLE” Art Exhibition–Curated by Lisa Rockford

Posted on 20 August 2013 by Lisa Rockford

ROUGH-TUMBLE-PC-8x12-FLAT copy“ROUGH & TUMBLE” Opening with FAT Village Art Walk
The Projects Exhibition space in Fat Village Arts District
523 NW 1st Ave, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33301

First View/ArtWalk: August 31, 7-10pm
Second Reception/ArtWalk: September 28, 7-10 pm
Closing Reception & ART FALLOUT Event: October 5th, 5-9pm.
Admission: Free & Open to the Public

Artists from South Florida and beyond will occupy an 8000 square foot warehouse and alternative exhibition space, creating new works that hang from the rafters, conform to, and are inspired by the unique site. Installation art, mixed media, Sculpture, Video art, and Interactive works are included.

29 artists in the exhibition were selected through a part juried, part invitational process. The artists are linked by their fresh approaches to the ROUGH & TUMBLE theme. Selected artists were asked to respond to the following definitions; ROUGH: “characterized by violent, random, disorderly action and struggles, unrestrained, marked by bursts of destructive force or intense activity,” and TUMBLE: “an unorganized collection or mixture of various things, described as Raw, Textured, Volatile, and/or Arbitrary, Hybrid forms.”

New artworks, custom-made for the site, will be unveiled for the first time by half of the artists, including Gabrielle Wood, Erman, Stacy Streeter, Cara McKinley, Martin Casuso, and Kerry Phillips.
Upon entering the rollback doors to the warehouse, visitors will be drawn to the enticing artworks of Clara Varas, Jee Park, and Michael Covello.
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The forceful, yet calculated brushstrokes of Clara Varas, graduate of The School of Visual Arts New York, are an exploration of coastal cities and their disappearing natural habitats, issues concerning displacement, migration and identity. Scratches, marks and streaks are combined with hidden images and well-placed additions of collage and unidentified globular substances.
Clara Varas, "Backwash Number Two"
In the artists’ own words: “Much of my work is done on cut, torn or crumbled paper using collage and assemblage as a way to explore and blur the lines between sculpture, painting, drawing and installation. I seldom exhibit my work the same way twice since I never really consider a piece finished, but rather an evolving thing which is constantly and spontaneously reacting to its immediate surroundings.
Michael Covello, a graduate student at the University of South Florida, is also influenced by his surrounding landscape. His work combines 2-dimensional abstractions with found objects that deliver a commanding physicality as they tumble from the painting onto the floor.
Michael Covello, "In the weeds"

Michael’s elegiac statement describes the connection between his inspiration and creations: “My childhood was a rupture within the sparkling tapestry of suburbia. Surrounded by an emerald patchwork of manicured estates, the bedraggled household of my upbringing sat within this affluent community as an eyesore. The malignant tones of an overgrowth of weeds, the sour grime of an abandoned swimming pool, the vulgar olive-toned shards of a discarded bottle; these characterized my immediate landscape. And from this early age I realized that this space was marked, as was I, as a product of domestic disturbance, socio-economic inferiority, psychological deterioration, and neglect. This reality, along with the constant effort of my family to escape our circumstance, became two schematics through which I understood the world. I work in the studio the same way I navigate the memory of that environment from my childhood. My paintings are born out of the unkempt, where things aren’t clean or easy. Things are messy. They interrupt themselves. They fall apart. They are salvaged and repurposed. Gestures pile up like dirty dishes in the sink. Colors work paycheck to paycheck. And in the dense spaces I create, formal elements need to work hard if they are going to succeed; otherwise they get swallowed up into the humming dissonance.” His 20 foot wide installation will be newly birthed for this exhibit.
Viewers will next be confronted by a life-size tank; a kinetic sculpture created by Ryan Farrell. This ambitious 25 foot sculpture, a replica of the Abrams tank, is characteristic of his process, using recycled materials derived from transportation vehicles; in this case, it is primarily made of bicycle parts. The unit is designed to be operated by 3 live performers.
Other imposing works include six artworks that hang 19 feet down from the rafters of the vaulted ceiling. Artist Randy Burman was the first to install “Fever In The Funk House,” made of linear elements that tumble down in an orderly configuration. The components, which have now been uniformly pruned, were collected or found by the wayside.
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Kerry Phillips, who lovingly devotes her time to re-purposing discarded objects and transforming them into sculpture, will also be creating an installation from ceiling to floor, using only items that were found on, or around the site of the warehouse.
Florida natives Remy Bordas & Marisa Finos were inspired by the tumultuous nature of the James River in Virginia, where they recently moved, because according to the artists, it is the “site of many historic (often brutal) events in our nation’s early history, and still continues to serve as a site of transition and transformation–influencing lives across the entire state of Virginia.” “Through James” is a sound and video installation focused on abstracting the experience of approaching the James River when it is at its roughest. For this exhibit, the artists are creating a 12 foot “tunnel” in which viewers will symbolically cross through the river. Proposed installation by Remy Bordas and Marisa_Finos
Viewers can also interact with artworks by Paula Kolek, Matthew Falvey, and Andres Ramirez. Andres Ramirez’s video and fabric installation, “La luz y la carne” is another sort of tunnel, in this case representing stretched skin. He allows participants to walk into the fabric structure as “they too become part of the fetish, by pushing and pulling the fabric and becoming one with the actions happening in the video. “
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Visitors will be also simultaneously repulsed and attracted to fleshy, visceral works of Miranda Burns, Rosemarie Romero, Gabrielle Wood, and Caroline Collette, which involve pre-chewed gum, partially concealed porn and “muff” magazines, and fleshy silicone, embedded with human hair.
Other artists like Stephanie Cafcules and Paul McClelland were selected for their use of rough or raw materials. Stephanie Cafcules is interested in seeing how far she can push the physical properties of her chosen material, allowing for unexpected and uncontrolled outcomes. Stephanie will be creating a colossal installation from scavenged polystyrene, which has been manipulated and transformed with spray paint and acetone to possess an intriguing rock-like, textured surface.
Detail of work by Stephanie Cafcules

Paul McClelland’s installation “GW Series” involves a cluster of disembodied George Washington heads, made of cast cement, worked over with a decayed and partially eaten surface. The heads will “bloom” and morph throughout the course of the exhibit, as they grow a mossy green casing. Paul’s second work, “Stress Test,” a mechanical, kinetic sculpture that involves a chisel being hammered into a cement head, will dominate the vast space with the reverberating sound of metal hitting metal. Paul describes “Stress Test” as “a situational experience that will create an atmosphere of annoying repetition not unlike a water torture.”
Paul McClelland "Stress Test #1"
The exhibition is housed within “The Projects North,” in FAT Village ARTS District, the leading exhibition space for monthly art walks in Fort Lauderdale. There will be two public receptions, on Aug. 31 & Sept. 28, as part of the monthly (4th Saturday) art walk in FAT Village, which spans 4 square blocks and is populated with artist’s studios, galleries & other creative businesses. To see images of a few previous exhibits in the space, go to http://www.fatvillageprojects.com/

The closing reception for Rough & Tumble, on Oct. 5, will be part of the 4th Annual ART FALLOUT Event. ART FALLOUT is a collaboration between Girls Club Art Collection, 1310 Gallery, The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, FAT Village Arts District, 3rd Avenue artists, and other local venues. There will be a shuttle bus rotating between each of these locations. Multiple venues will host their own new art exhibitions simultaneously for one night, and all events will be FREE, and open to the public. ART FALLOUT venues are unified in the mission to bring greater awareness to the thriving art scene within the downtown Fort Lauderdale area, as well as celebrate the Broward County Cultural Division’s designation of October as “a month for art,” supporting the production and presentation of contemporary art in the local community.
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About the CURATOR of “Rough & Tumble”:
Lisa Rockford received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Lisa is an Assistant Professor at Broward College, and resident artist at Sailboat Bend artist Lofts. Lisa was the principal organizer in converting the lofts’ 3 floors of common space into a public exhibition space, 1310 Gallery. Lisa immediately gained media attention for her curated exhibitions at the gallery, in which she collaborated with prominent art professionals from universities, museums, and galleries in Miami and Broward, including FIU, FAU, The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Girls Club Art Collection, Gallery Schuster Berlin/Miami, Fountainhead Art Residency, Carol Jazzar Contemporary art, and more. Three of these exhibitions received grants from the Broward County Cultural Division, she has been invited as a guest juror for Broward Art Guild exhibitions, and has repeatedly presented educational tours for Art Nexus Magazine at the International art fair Art Basel Miami Beach.

Artists in the Exhibition:
ANDRES RAMIREZ
CARA MCKINLEY
CAROLINE COLLETTE
CLARA VARAS
ERMAN
GABRIELLE WOOD
JAMI NIX RAHN
JEE PARK
JORGE ROLDAN
KERRY PHILLIPS
LOU ANNE COLODNY
LYNELLE FORREST
MARISA FINOS & REMY BORDAS
MARTIN CASUSO
MATTHEW FALVEY
MICHAEL COVELLO
MIRANDA BURNS
MOISES RAMOS
PAUL MCCLELLAND
PAULA KOLEK
RANDY BURMAN
REMY BORDAS AND MARISA FINOS
ROSEMARIE ROMERO
RYAN FARRELL
SNOW YUNXUE FU
STACY STREETER
STEPHANIE CAFCULES
TAYLOR PILOTE
TYLER K. SMITH
VALERIA ROCCHICCIOLI
VICTORIA SKINNER

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