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Join us for a spooky gathering on October 30, 2014 from 6pm – 8pm in the lobby at the William Johnston Building.
FSU Art MFA ’12 alums Chalet Comellas and Christina Poindexter will be showing “In Relation To,” a light-based interactive sculpture at this year’s InLight Richmond.
FSU Allies4Art a community support group for students and faculty of FSU Art and Art Education Invites you to: Scenes from a Cracker Ecology
Presenting the Film: A Sense of Place, A Portrait of Mark Messersmith
Produced by Tom Anderson and Barry Fraser
Thursday, November 6, 2014
FSU Art Professor Mary Stewart presented and exhibited at SECAC 2014.
“I’ve always wondered if my Mom and I would have been friends had we grown up together. So, I decided the take that thought one step further by actually adding myself into her childhood photos."
FSU Art students in Anne Stagg’s 3D Foundations classes performed wearing cardboard heads as a letter to the next FSU President Thrasher (pre-recorded) plays amplified in the background.
FSU Art MFA ’17 Adrian Errico’s video “Thresholds” has been accepted into Purdue University’s show “SET IN MOTION: Under the Surface.”
Kelly Boehmer Collaboration at The Projects Contemporary Art Space, Fort Lauderdale with Andrew Nigon
Aid Reflux opens as part of the Flager Village ART WALK on 9/27. The Closing Reception is part of the ART FALLOUT Extravaganza, where all downtown Fort Lauderdale Art Venues will be open on one night, 10/18.
FSU Art Professor Keith Roberson’s 3D printed fractal sculpture, “Fractal Series #2″ is included in the Invented Worlds Exhibition at the Flow-Space Gallery, in St Paul, Minnesota.
An interview with Florida State University Art Professor Pat Ward Williams is included in the new film Through A Lens Darkly:Black Photographers and the Emergence of A People. This 92 minute feature-film by Thomas Allen Harris made its theatrical premiere at Film Forum in NYC. It is scheduled for broadcast this fall on numerous PBS stations.