Grants, Awards, and Installations

Angi Curreri

  • 2014 Small Offerings for World Peace, installation created for an exhibition by the same title at c.r.e.t.a. rome, ceramics center, donated to the Community of Sant’ Egidio’s Laboratory Museum of Experimental Arts in Tor Bella Monaca, Rome, Italy
  • 2013 Small Offerings for World Peace, wall piece created in a collaborative workshop I hosted at c.r.e.t.a. rome, donated to the NATO Defense College, in Rome, Italy
  • 2013 Awarded a Sabbatical for Spring Semester
  • 2010-2012 Heart’s Desire, 8’high x 8’wide x 3”deep, 58 piece ceramic wall installation
  • 2011 Ambassador Jean Wilkowski International Fellowship, BU
  • 2011 2 ceramic hearts made as the front piece for a new altar and podium at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Lake Worth, FL
  • 2000 -2009 Tree of Life, Tree of Hope, 6’high x 11’ wide, a 100 piece ceramic wall installation
  • 2000-2001 created for a one-person show at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, FL
  • 2002 Also exhibited at Broward Community College Gallery in Davie, FL
  • 2003 and Florida Craftsmen Gallery in St. Petersburg, FL
  • 2009 Purchased by Barry University for permanent installation in the Kostka Room in Thompson Hall on the main campus in Miami Shores, Florida
  • 2005-2007 Private residence tile installation - 40” high x 26” wide x 4”deep exterior wall niche, hand carved and broken ceramic tile mural. Imagery: a vase filled with tulips, Gerber daisies, bees and more
  • 2006 Awarded a Sabbatical for Spring Semester
  • 2003-2005 Private residence tile installation - 20” high x 25’ long, hand carved ceramic tile mural. Imagery: birds, trees and fruit
  • 2001-2003 $20,000 Miami-Dade Art in Public Places project grant, General Services Administration Domestic Violence Shelter Project, Hearts of Hope, a 39 piece ceramic installation of ceramic hearts above the doorway in each room with images on them of “things in life to be grateful for”
  • 1995-2000 Broward County Public Art and Design Grants: Franklin Park Neighborhood Improvement Project
    Design Team: Angi Curreri & Rick Yasko
    Phase I - 1995-98 - $15,500 project grant - Design of aesthetic & functional enhancement to infrastructure
    Phase II - 1998-00 - $50,000 project grant - Design and execution of The Word Garden, the creative component of a community park redesign including patterned colored sidewalks and custom benches with inspirational quotes focusing on a Kwanzaa theme
  • 1995 $10,000 Miami-Dade Art in Public Places project grant, Heart House, 2 - 7 X 9' tile murals for the Joseph Caleb Team Metro Community Center
  • 1994 Circle Park Plaza, Young Circle, Hollywood, FL - Broward Public Art and Design, Design Broward Project. One of a three-person volunteer design team that created a proposal to rejuvenate Young Circle Park
  • 1994 Awarded a Sabbatical for Spring Semester
  • 1994 Faculty Development Creative Activity Grant, BU
  • 1992 Honor Roll Award for Outstanding Service to Students, Barry University Honors Student Association
  • 1982 Ford Foundation Grant, UGA Study Abroad