FAN’S January 2021 Membership Meeting and 25th Anniversary Kick Off Celebration featured Xavier Cortada speaking about Sea Level Rise: How Art and Science Intersect.


Xavier Cortada is an artist and professor of practice at the University of Miami Department of Art and Art History. Over the past three decades, the Cuban-American artist has created art at the North and South poles and across 6 continents, including more than 75 public artworks and dozens of installations, collaborative murals and socially engaged projects.

The crux of Cortada’s work finds itself rooted in a deep conceptual engagement of his participants. Particularly environmentally focused, the work Cortada develops is intended to generate awareness and action towards issues of global climate change.

Learn more about Xavier and his work at


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Lea Lane, Author



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October 22, 2020

The Tuesday Memoir Group, An Anthology

Co-Authored by Jo Anne Bander, Rachel Blechman, Marian Del Vecchio, Joy Malakoff, Tamara Nixon & Judith Wurtman.





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September 29, 2020
Marilyn Holifield, Author


Seven Sisters and a Brother, Friendship, Resistance and the Untold Truths Behind Black Student Activism in the 1960’s.