Posted in June 2009

BALLS IN THE AIR… be there July 11

 

For one night only we’re transforming Locust Projects into a documentary production studio to capture the most important and immediate aspect of the coming season: you.

 

Come and play your part, on-camera and off-camera, and enjoy the heat of the moment.
Saturday, July 11, 155 NE 38 St, from 7-10pm.
Also see:
Locust Projects Announcement

Many thanks to our sponsors for their support:


We’re the 2009 Best Website to Discover the Miami Art Scene

The 2009 New Times “Best Of” issue hit the stands this week, with Wet Heat Project declared among Miami’s Best. We’re most proud of the active word in the headline: DISCOVER.

Click here to read the listing online at New Times.
Click here to visit our Wet Heat Project site for an overview and links to all our productions.
Click here to do some discovering on our wetheat.tv channels, with (as of today) more than 20 mini-documentaries capturing Miami artists at work, installation / performances, and a special 2-part microcosm of the ’08 fair week from the aisles of PULSE.
Or just click one of the images on the sidebar at right to go directly to a series.
Thanks very much to New Times for the recognition, and to the thousands of visitors that put Wet Heat in their radar.

Have you seen Guerra de la Paz, Provisero, Woodgate on wetheat.tv?

A-Roll
In their Little Haiti studio, Guerra de la Paz packs and crates a show for a New York opening (at Daneyal Mahmood Gallery on June 18).

Studio Drive-By
In his South Miami studio / lab, Ralph Provisero fabricates, prepares and conceives in all manner of medium.

That Happened
At Spinello Gallery, Agustina Woodgate performs a transcendental fairy tale.