On Saturday, November 3 from 11am to 4pm, EXILE will host it’s first Activist Small Press Fair in partnership with Creative Time’s Miami Summit. Held on site at our storefront in Little Haiti, EXILE will gather together over 30 artists x activists to present printed works that champion a wide variety of causes. The fair will provide an intersectional experience, highlighting the democratic nature of zine making and grass roots activism that represents the political, environmental, and economic issues concerning Miami's tropical geography and international blend of cultures. The fair is free and open to the CT summit attendees and the public.
Registration opens now. To table, sign up here!
ABOUT CREATIVE TIME
Over the past four decades, Creative Time has commissioned and presented ambitious public art projects with thousands of artists throughout New York City, across the country, around the world—and now even in outer space. The work is guided by three core values: art matters, artists’ voices are important in shaping society, and public spaces are places for creative and free expression. CT are acclaimed for the innovative and meaningful projects they have commissioned, from Tribute in Light, the twin beacons of light that illuminated lower Manhattan six months after 9/11, to bus ads promoting HIV awareness, to Paul Chan’s production of Waiting for Godot in New Orleans, and much more. In partnership with a variety of well-known cultural institutions and community groups, they have commissioned art in unique landmark sites from the Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Governors Island, and the High Line, to neglected urban treasures like the Lower East Side’s historic Essex Street Market, Coney Island, and New Orleans’s Lower 9th Ward. Creative Time is committed to presenting important art for our times and engaging broad audiences that transcend geographic, racial, and socioeconomic barriers.