Director of Education at the Pérez Art Museum Miami and Curator-in Residence at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (LHCC)

Born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She currently lives and works in Miami, Florida. Marie completed her studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, and Florida State University, which includes degrees in both Visual Arts and Public Administration. Marie Vickles is the Director of Education at the Pérez Art Museum Miami and Curator-in-Residence at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (LHCC).
She has organized arts educational programs, workshops and exhibitions across the United States and the Caribbean for over 15 years and maintains an active practice as an independent curator producing over 30 exhibitions and curatorial projects. Her curatorial work includes the co-curation of Prizm Art Fair, Miami, FL (2013), Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom, Little Haiti Cultural Complex, Miami, FL (2017), walls turned sideways are bridges: narratives of resistance at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), Tallahassee, FL (2019), and Dust Specks on the Sea, Little Haiti Cultural Complex, Miami, FL (2019). In her work as an arts educator and cultural practitioner, she is concerned with the development of new ways to bridge the connections between creativity and community engagement – with the goal of supporting equity, sustainability and access for all, through the arts. Most recently co-curating, Vernacular Spectacular, Miramar Cultural Center and Give them their Flowers, Little Haiti Cultural Center, Miami, FL (2023).

william cordova
Interdisciplinary Cultural Practitioner
Co-Director of under the bridge arts space, Miami, FL

william cordova was born and raised in Lima, Peru. Lives and works in Miami, FL/NY. Received an MFA from Yale University and BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is an interdisciplinary cultural practitioner interested in the roots of abstraction, history of textile encoding and non-linear narratives. cordova illuminates the synthesis of memory, ritual and mythology to further disrupt, challenge and reassess definitions of our collective landscape. He has exhibited extensively in solo and group efforts, including, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, Stenersen Museum, Oslo, Norway, Los Angeles County Museum, The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, Casa de las Americas, Havana, Cuba, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Perez Art Museum, Miami, FL, Museo de Arte de Lima, Peru, to name a few. cordova has received numerous grants and awards, including, Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant (2011), Art Matters Award (2020), and the Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship (2021). He organized many exhibitions, including co-curating, the Greenwood Art Project: Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial, OK (2021). Most recently, Post Hip Hop? Or return of the Boom Bap! at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. NY (2023). He founded and is co-curator of the South Florida AIM Biennial. Forthcoming publication includes, the odyssey of Byron Booth (2024).

Curator of Programs at ICA Miami

Gean Moreno is Director of the Knight Foundation Art + Research Center at ICA Miami, and part of the institution’s curatorial team. He has organized exhibitions dedicated to the work of Hélio Oiticica, Terry Adkins, Shuvinai Ashoona, Larry Bell, Ettore Sottsass, and others. Moreno is also co-director of [NAME] Publications and the “Migrant Archives” initiative. He has contributed texts to various catalogues and publications, including e-flux journal, Kaleidoscope, and Art in America. He was on the Advisory Board of the 2017 Whitney Biennial and the 2018 Creative Time Summit. He edited Real Abstraction and Contemporary Art, an anthology that Verso released in 2019. He is currently Visiting Associate Professor at Florida International University. 

Independent Curator, Guggenheim Museum Education Staff

Amy Rosenblum-Martín is an independent curator of contemporary art and a Guggenheim Educator with expertise in Latinx art. Her exhibitions include “Ana Mendieta: Thinking about Children’s Thinking” at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, a 2018 Artforum Critic’s Pick discussed at the New Museum during the recent Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award 20th Anniversary Curatorial Symposium. She curated U.S. museum solo debuts by Consuelo Castañeda, Dara Friedman, Adler Guerrier, Quisqueya Henríquez, Marisa Morán Jahn, and Javier Tellez. Formerly a staff curator at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (when it was MAM) then at The Bronx Museum, she has also worked for MoMA, The Met, the MCA Chicago, the Hirshhorn, Reina Sofía, MACBA in Barcelona, London’s National Portrait Gallery, and Kunsthaus Bregenz in Austria as well as MIT, NYU, The New School, Peking University, and Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros. She studied at Oberlin College, Universidad de Buenos Aires, and Columbia University.