Jacklyn Laflamme

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RedEYE REboot

Red EYE REboot

multi-media event | july 19  6-10p

exhibit runs | july 7- aug 15

RedEYE is the hottest art and entertainment event of the summer. An underground art tour de force, RedEYE this year is “ReBOOTED” to feature street art, comic art, body art, urban inspired and cutting edge art and social commentary. Visual art and performance pieces are complemented by live bands, digital art displays, interactive installations, fashion, food trucks, indie film shorts and wild fun.

It’s the hottest art event of the summer. Don’t be left in the cold.

 

Featured Artists  Ruben Ubiera | Anthony Hernandez | Marvel | Tati Suarez

Live Art  Chnk | Sherryl Muriente | Todd the Painter | Pam Trent of Wicked Apple Art | Jacklyn Laflamme | Surge | Alisa Grodsky | Jay Bellicchi | Frank

Performances OsunDara West African Drumming, Dance and Fire Show | Speaking Volumes | Wilton Drive | Octo Gato | Corey James Bost | Body & Soul Dance Theatre

Digital Art Sri Prabha

Installations Beth Amato | Beju Lejobart | Tabatha Mudra | Nancy Goldwin | Donna Haynes | Erin Bassett

Short Film Michael Chasin | Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival

Spoken Word  Darius Daughtry | The Jason Taylor Foundation’s bluapple poetry network

Art Serve 1350 E. Sunrise Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304 | (954) 462-8190

 

 


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Ready Set Paint… Paint The Park Project Renews The Face Of A Community

Paint The Park a community art day and resource fair was held on Saturday, September 14, 2013, to work towards the unification and beautification of a local community. The event took place at Oswald Park, 2220 NW 21st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311. Residents from the community and all of South Florida were invited to work with the artist to paint two murals and share in the creation of the art to renew the face of their community.

Jacklyn Laflamme Paint The Park Flyer Image

The community art day finally arrived, the weather was perfect and we had an amazing turnout. Everyone grabbed a brush and and got to work as the murals emerged, we were entertained by live music and resource fair. A great time was had by all that attended!

We all have the power to give back to our communities…

We can all make a difference, in this particular case it was inspiring to see how children, teens and adults take pride in their contribution,  a sense of ownership develops when residents participate in the process.

I would like to thank the City Of Fort Lauderdale and all the staff at Osswald Park for all their support, the Broward Cultural Division for helping with the grant process and an extra special Thank You to Melinda Pollard.

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Paint The Park – A Community Event! 06/28/2013

Read more about Paint The Park the final event.

                           

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Funding for this project is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.

 

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This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.