Posted by | March 20, 2017
Creating, Collaborating, Connecting with Art, Activism, and the Internet

ARTSblog December 5, 2012 By Xavier Cortada XC1At the end of the last millennium, when the internet was young, I installed two webcams in my studio and invited people watching...

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Posted by | March 20, 2017
Elementary students plant a tree for an annual Earth Day eco-art project

The Miami Herald By Kathleen Devany Earth Day was down to earth for 14 second-graders in Ms. Palmer’s class. The students at Fulford Elementary in North Miami Beach shoveled dirt...

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Posted by | April 4, 2013
Miami-Dade County Schools 2013 Earth Day

Miami-Dade County Public Schools Plant a Tree and Flag for Earth Day Miami-Dade County Public Schools has again partnered with artist Xavier Cortada in presenting Native Flags, an eco-project that consisted...

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Posted by | March 20, 2013
Miami Beach Earth Day | April 27, 2013

MIAMI BEACH  EARTH DAY CELEBRATION 2013 Miami Beach Native Flags a participatory eco-art project byXavier CortadaFIU College of Architecture + The Arts Artist-in-Residence The City of Miami Beach invites individuals and...

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Posted by | June 3, 2012
EARTH DAY 2012 REFORESTATION

On April 10, 2012, students at Madison Middle School participated in the Native Flags project. Click to see photos from participating Miami-Dade County Public Schools: Senior High | Middle | Elementary Schools. - Miami-Dade County...

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Posted by | June 3, 2012
Participate in “Native Flags”

Follow these five simple steps! 1. Purchase a native tree. 2. Create a project flag (take green cloth and paint a leaf on it, tie it to a stick).3. Plant...

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Posted by | June 2, 2012
Native Flags: North Pole

As the Arctic sea ice melts, nations clamor to raise their flags over newly open waters to claim the natural resources that lie beneath them - oil, manganese, diamonds, fish...

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