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Cortada Projects uses the power of art to engage the community in learning about and addressing important ecological concerns including climate change, sea-level rise, and biodiversity loss. By using art's elasticity to reach across disciplines, Cortada Projects aims to build community and transform citizens into stewards of the environment.
Help us grow Miami's salt-tolerant tree canopy
Help prepare Miami for rising seas by planting a salt-tolerant mangrove! Visit your local library on January 11th for free mangrove propagules or visit us every Sunday at the Pinecrest Gardens Farmer's Market.
Engage with us
Xavier Cortada’s participatory art practice is based at Pinecrest Gardens. Through exhibitions at the Hibiscus Gallery, programming at the weekly Farmer’s Market, and open studio at the Whilden-Carrier Cottage, Cortada Projects uses the power of art to engage the public in learning about and addressing environmental concerns.
University of Miami Professor of Practice and artist Xavier Cortada has dedicated his life to sounding the alarm on global climate change and is urging his community to plan for a future with sea-level rise, stronger hurricanes, and saltwater intrusion.