The Arts Office Net Inc. has partnered with the Lauderhill Community Development Agency to create Lauderhill Arts Incubator located at 5450 NW 19th Street, Lauderhill, FL 33313. The development of the Lauderhill Arts Incubator with studios spaces and a gallery assists local artists in gaining invaluable international exposure and will expand these programs in partnership with the Lauderhill Sister Cities International. There has been a continued program of exchange with Suzano, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Several of artists participated in annual TAO em Brasil events at the Suzano Cultural Center. In addition, the professional development of the artists will be a focus, through participation in the programs such as the Artist as Entrepreneur Institute offered by the Broward Cultural Affairs Division. Finally, the artists – will begin interaction with the community through workshops and classes.
The Secretary of Culture through the Francisco Carlos Moriconi Cultural Center is interested in making closer ties of mutual cooperation that will contribute to the dissemination of art and culture of all social segments and develop partner-cultural projects that value the artist and his/her work.They are currently formalizing their program of international residencies for artists. They propose to send their artists abroad and receive international artists into their city, in order to stimulate the exchange of information and knowledge from other cultures.
The purpose of the Lauderhill Sister Cities International, Inc is to promote the exchange of commerce, culture, education, and charity. The Arts Office Net, Inc. manages the Cultural and Tourism exchanges and events.
- Suzano, Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Chaguanas, Caroni, Trinidad-Tobago
- Gemlik, Bursa, Turkey
- Falmouth, Trelawney, Jamaica
- Petionville, Haiti
a+s is a pedagogic teaching project which aims to popularize a field little known by the cultural operators, the academic world, the students and the larger public. It is the overlap between artistic practices referring on science and scientific research focusing on contemporary art. a+s shall contribute to reduce the paradoxical stereotypes which appoint the scientists as serious but potentially dangerous people and the artists as inoffensive and absolutely unserious people. a+s shall become an information source on a great scientific, technological and artistic challenge.
The Arts Office Net Inc. has signed an agreement with Village of the Creole Culture Corp. to relocate the TAO:5448 Gallery to a 10,000 square foot showplace & Sculpture/Meditation Garden within the All Americas Cultural Mall. TAO:5448 Gallery will operate based on an artist as entrepreneur initiative that 1. promotes the financial autonomy of artists as producers in cultural and economical development and 2. creates ownership of the art market outlets by the artist/producer.
Kiwanis Lauderhill Eagles
A portion of 2007-2009 sales will be donated to the Kiwanis Lauderhill Eagles. Kiwanis Laudehill Eagles is an service organization that is dedicated to change “One Community, One Child at a time”
Founded in 1979, LACC is a federally funded, Title VI National Resource Center for Latin American and Caribbean area and language studies in partnership with the University of Florida’s Center for Latin American Studies. LACC’s academic programs have earned a reputation for excellence that attracts students and scholars from around the world. With Miami as a backdrop, students can study Latin America and the Caribbean with distinguished faculty in a variety of disciplines. The faculty associates range across many fields and have produced important works on such topics as migration, US-Latin American relations, trade and integration in the Americas, indigenous cultures, economic stabilization and democratization, sustainable development, environmental technology, and arts and humanities.
CREAD-Nova Southern University
CREAD is an inter-American non-profit distance education consortium, based at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in South Florida, which supports the mission of CREAD in developing distance education at an inter-American level through inter- institutional cooperation. Education will define the quality of the leaders of tomorrow. Affordable, easily available educational opportunities are a universal priority. Toward that goal, CREAD is committed to creating strong partnerships that use local potential for the development of each country, improving the standard of living and quality of life through educational opportunities, fostering a better understanding of different cultures and identities, and enhancing cooperation between countries through shared action.