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PRISM was a multidisciplinary exploration of diversity and LGBTQIA identity through art.

The Third Space Gallery at The Frank

February 22 - March 30, 2019: The Frank presents ‘Florida Imagined,’ paintings created at The Inspired Artist Studios @ PARC. Based in St. Petersburg, PARC’s Mission is to provide opportunities for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to exercise their independence and experience life to the fullest.

Reception: Friday, February 22, 2019, 6 – 9 PM.

April 4 - May 4, 2019: The Frank is now collaborating with Arts4All Florida as their Visual Arts Museum partner for Broward County. This exhibition showcases works created in a multi-week Arts4All Artist in Residence Program that provides artists and therapists to work with children and teens who have disabilities in the school and DJJ system.

Reception: Thursday, April 25, 2018, 6 – 8 PM.

Prism Opened from 2/22/19 and ran through 5/04/19.


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Afterglow is about defining the self through fleeting experiences.
Featuring Artists Reginald O’Neal (L.E.O.), Kandy G. Lopez and Michael Williams. For a limited time, the artists from Schott Communities, a South Florida non-profit organization founded in 1986 to address the needs of persons who are deaf, physically, or intellectually challenged, will show case in the third space.

Also on Exhibition in The Third Space Gallery at The Frank

November 15 - December 15, 2018:

The Frank will highlight the artists of Schott Communities, a South Florida non-profit organization founded in 1986 to address the needs of persons who are deaf, or physically/intellectually challenged.

Reception: Thursday, November 15, 2018, 6 – 9 PM.

January 5 to January 26, 2019:
The Frank showcases research and artworks by adult volunteers from The Fellowship Foundation, a non-profit recovery community organization serving South Florida. Sponsored by Art Affects, LLC, the research in this exhibition presents art therapy as an effective tool for individuals in their physical and emotional journeys toward healing after trauma.

Reception: Thursday, January 24, 2018, 6 – 8 PM.

Afterglow opened from 11/15/18 and ran through 1/26/19.


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Hustle is a collection of work that explores the pop-sensibilities of South Florida’s urban art with an emphasis on process, labor, and work. Combining the pure colors and imagery of Pop Art with the grit, energy and social undertones of street art, this exhibition will explore the physical and psychological marks of progress/development/growth through a contemporary pop-art lens.

The exhibition opened Thursday, 9/6/18 and closed Saturday, 10/27/18.
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Wizard of Oz TM

Presented in partnership with the Miami Children’s Museum, The Wizard of Oz™ exhibition invited guests of all ages to embark on a multi-sensory exploration of the iconic Land of Oz! The only licensed educational exhibit from Warner Brothers, guests engaged in a fun-filled journey of discovering personal strengths by using literacy, visual and performing arts, the investigation of light and science, and much more.

The exhibition also featured contemporary artwork related to the film. These artworks address and reinterpret iconic Wizard of Oz™ themes and concepts, such as courage, heart and mind, fantasy and unity.

The exhibition opened June 7th and closed August 18th, 2018.

Florida Is...

The exhibition portrayed an evolving body of two-dimensional works that depict the natural beauty of Florida. With a focus on community engagement, artist Xavier Cortada asked Floridians to define their state by its unique flora and fauna, rather than the things we build to displace it.

Through delicate drawings, vibrant monoprints and colorful larger-than-life projections, this exhibition educated viewers of all ages on the importance of Florida’s wildlife ecosystems and encouraged environmental stewardship.

Dynamic renderings of a new framework for sustainable urban design and architecture in South Florida are presented by the ADaPT Team, comprised of partners from Florida Atlantic University, Brooks + Scarpa, University of Southern California, and University of Kansas. Displayed in our Third Space and throughout the gallery were artworks by Artists With Autism, a nonprofit group that promotes entrepreneurial opportunities for artists on the autism spectrum.

The exhibition opened on March 29th and closed May 19th, 2018.
Photography by Garrett Julian 

Perceptual Tracking: A Color Space

The exhibit was focused around a collaborative installation by Leah Brown, Christian Feneck and Peter Symons. On entering the space, viewers will experience a visual immersion of color and form interacting with custom, color shifting light that gives the sensation of movement, while concealing and revealing as it shifts through the spectrum. This color-space combines narrative-driven sculptural elements with color-field painting and atmospheric lighting. This creates four distinct views of a visually confusing scene that combines elements of the organic and inorganic, the "real" and the perceived, predator and prey.

Contemporary artists Henning Haupt, Donna Haynes, Bonney Goldstein, Virginia Fifield and Jen Clay have created pieces exhibited in the front gallery around the overarching theme of perception.

Perceptual Tracking opened on January 11th, 2018 and closed March 11th, 2018.

Visual Therapy – The Effects of Art as Manifestation on Artist and Viewer, was an exhibition showcasing the work of 14 different artists that studies the impact of art on the artist and the viewer. The multidisciplinary exhibition, curated by Stacy Conde, gallery director of Conde Contemporary, opened Thursday, September 28.

Visual Therapy examined the psychological motivations of the artists and the response their work evokes in the viewer. Through video installations, photorealistic, academic and expressionistic portraiture, conceptual art, surrealism, photography and performance art, visitors will have a direct view into the mind of the artistic creators. Artists featured in the exhibition include Anthony Ardavin, Julio Figeroa Beltran, Patricio Gonzalez Bezanilla, Bill Bilowit, Andres Conde, Luis Enrique Toledo Del Rio, Agnes Grochulska, Natasha Kertes, Marylin Loddi, Reynier Llanes Marquez, Darian Rodriguez Mederos, Raiman Rodriguez Moya, Luis Rodriguez Noa and Enrique Toledo.

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