Grants, Awards, and Installations

Angi Curreri

  • 2010-2012 Heart’s Desire, 8’high x 8’wide x 3”deep, 58 piece ceramic wall installation
  • 2011 2 ceramic hearts made as the front piece for a new alter 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, Thompson Hall on the main campus in Miami Shores, Florida
  • 2005-2007 Tile installation - 40” high x 26” wide x 4”deep, exterior wall niche, hand carved and broken ceramic tile mural of a vase filled with tulips, Gerber daisies, bees and more
  • 2003-2005 Tile installation - 20” high x 25’ long, hand carved, glazed ceramic tile mural of 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 (spouse)

    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
  • 1995-1996 Miami-Dade Art in Public Places project grant, $10,000 for Heart House, 2 - 7 X 9' tile murals, Joseph Caleb Team Metro Community Center
  • 1994 Broward Public Art and Design, Design Broward Project: Circle Park Plaza, Young Circle, Hollywood, FL. One of a three person volunteer design team that created a proposal to rejuvenate Young Circle Park