Prizm is pleased to present our annual fair layered with programming that will captivate our attendees. With over 60 emerging and established galleries and artists offering their varied Diasporic narratives and perspectives, riveting conversations lead by new and established thought leaders in Diasporic Visual arts practice and cutting-edge events and installations that offer sensory delight, Prizm is a fair not to be missed during your winter stay in sunny Miami. In light of the impacts of Covid-19, Prizm will host its ninth edition in-person with protocols and measures in place to ensure a safe and healthy experience. We will also offer our programming online for patrons and visitors who would like to enjoy the Prizm experience but would prefer a physically distanced way to do so. Review our past and upcoming events and be sure to save our event dates to your art calendars.
Statement on Diversity and Inclusion
Our approach to inclusion and diversity is rooted in listening, learning, and building on the feedback we receive from our team, community, patrons, and collaborators. Building with a diverse team affords us the perspective to better serve our multicultural, global audience. For Prizm and Prizm Projects, as we continue pursuit of equity in the fine arts and creative industry sector. We acknowledge a diverse and inclusive workforce as a key performance indicator that will create sustainability for our organization and deliver programming and services that will speak to a multicultural, multigenerational, and ultimately, global audience. Each year, Prizm and Prizm Projects exhibits approximately 100 artists from Africa and its Diaspora and are proud to hire and retain staff, consultants, advisors, and a board that represents and is a reflection of the Prizm of perspectives and narratives our exhibitors share with the world.