FIU Projects

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Gordon Matta-Clark’s “Garbage Wall” at UNTITLED Miami Beach (Photo © Galina Abdel Aziz)

The following are Projects by Professor John W Bailly’s FIU Honors College classes, as well as “Poetry Art Community (PAC)” that Bailly co-teaches with Richard Blanco.

2018 Poetry Art Community at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
2018 Miami-Dade TPO Civic Dinner at Vizcaya
2018 “Collectivity” Opening at Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC)
2018 Robert Chambers Project at Bakehouse
2018 O, Miami at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
2018 Aesthetics & Values at Frost Art Museum
2018 Poetic Palette at Margulies Collection
2018 Drawing of Drawing with Ofri Cnaani at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
2017 Garbage Wall with the Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark at Untitled Miami Beach
2017 Poetry Art Community at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
2017 Aesthetics & Values at Frost Art Museum
2016 Poems to the Sky with Randy Burman at Florida International University

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Michele of the FIU Honors College recites her poem at “Poetry Art Community” at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens (Photo by JW Bailly CC BY 4.0)

AUTHOR(S) AND LAST UPDATE
Stephanie Sepúlveda & John William Bailly  16 November 2018
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One thought on “FIU Projects”

  1. Hello John;
    Reaching out is much easier once you have something to say. That’s why I would like to join your Seminar this Fall 2018; knowing before hand the prompts about joining a Seminar, if I’m enlisted for the next Commencement Ceremonies, Dec 9-12, 2018.
    Thank you,

    Paola K Duran – 1676979
    FIU Graduate
    French Major
    INR Minor

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