Simunye/We Are One*

Presence, Performance and Play
A mindful experience in art and performance
by Janet Slom


SATURDAY, March 17
7:00 to 11:00 pm


521 First Avenue NW,
Ft Lauderdale, Fl. 33301

Explore 10,000 square feet
of interactive art for the mind,
body and soul

Link to YouTube

Free and open to the public | Free parking

Drawing on her career as a dancer, teacher and visual artist, Ms. Slom has turned inward to create an art-filled multi-sensory installation intended to invoke a mindful experience - a space of peace and light in a time of great societal and political turmoil.

The large-scale drawings and paintings, film and sound will delight, challenge and inspire viewers of all ages. Expect to leave the chaos and conflict of the outside world behind and enter a transformative installation that is grounded in fostering stronger ties to the local and global community.

South African-born Janet Slom is an installation and performance artist whose works are inspired by dance, meditation, and themes of shared humanity and nature. Her paintings are in collections internationally, including the South Africa Parliament. Ms. Slom is on the faculty of Lehigh University's Iacocca Institute. Learn more at

 About FAT

Flagler Arts & Technology (FAT) Village is comprised of a series of unique industrial warehouse buildings that house some of the region’s most talented artists. FAT Village is located west of Andrews Avenue and the FEC railroad tracks, and bordered on the south by NW Fourth Ave. and the north by NW Sixth Ave. Learn more at
This project has been realized in collaboration with Irvin Lippman and Anthony Lauro of the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale, Doug McCraw of FAT Village and Arthur Dunkelman of the Jay I. Kislak Foundation.



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