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Mission & History:

Laundromat Art Space is an artist-led 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization dedicated to fostering the growth of local artists. Our mission is to provide innovative curatorial opportunities and artistic programming for the community. Established in 2015 by a group of talented artists who had just completed residencies at other esteemed organizations, our vision was to create a unique space of our own. Today, LAS thrives in a beautifully transformed former laundromat in the vibrant neighborhood of Little Haiti in Miami, FL.

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The venue is captivating, with a vast expanse of 4,500 square feet. Within its walls, you'll find not only 11 studios but also a remarkable gallery. Laundromat is renowned for its contemporary art exhibitions, which feature a diverse range of local, national, and international works. What sets Laundromat apart is its commitment to fostering collaboration among multidisciplinary artists, providing resident artists with a unique and inspiring environment.

Staff:

Ronald Sánchez, Executive Director/Co-founder

Board:

Joshua Carden

Carol Jazzar

Christopher Rodriguez Barake

Past Resident Artists:

Jay Bellicchi

Geraldine Bello

Jorge Chirinos

Paul Fentress

Jose Luis Garcia

Marina Gonella*

Anna Goraczko

Gabi Gutwirth

Jean Paul Mallozzi*

Dre Martinez*

David McCauley*

Christin Paige Minnotte*

Rosa Naday Garmendia

Lily Noches

David Olivera

Reginald O'Neal

Luna Palazzolo

Barbara Percorelli

Erin Parish

Bianca Pratorius*

Sarah Rifkin

Fereshteh Toosi

Michael Williams*

 

* Founding members       

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