Skip to main content

This is your Donation message.

Fall 2012 MoFA Exhibition Openings

Published August 22, 2012

Please join us on August 31st from 5-8pm for MoFA’s “welcome back” opening of three new exhibitions: The 27th Annual Tallahassee International, The Cohen Collection Contemporary Native American Artists, and Master Artists of the Bahamas.

TAKANORI AIBA, Hôtel de Michelin, mixed media, 30 x 20 x 20 inches

 

The 27th Annual Tallahassee InternationalThe Tallahassee International is an annual juried competition organized by Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts. The competition is open to all media and is juried by a panel of faculty from within the College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance. Read More at http://mofa.fsu.edu.Exhibition runs every weekday from August 31st though September 28th.

 

Walt Wooten (Choctaw, African American, Irish and French), Rich Indian with his Cadillac, oil on canvas, 46 x 64 inches.

The Cohen Collection Contemporary Native American Artists

Works in this exhibition contain selections from the diverse areas of interest in the Cohen Family Collection given to the Museum in 2011 by Sonia and Stanley Cohen. The contemporary works by Native American artists include pottery and jewelry as well as painting. Graduate Students Curators: Amber Jones and Muyi lui. More at http://mofa.fsu.edu. (Image to left: Walt Wooten (Choctaw, African American, Irish and French),
Rich Indian with his Cadillac, oil on canvas, 46 x 64 inches.)

Exhibition runs every weekday from August 31st through November 7th.

 

Master Artists of the Bahamas

Master Artists of the Bahamas

Master Artists of the Bahamas is an exhibition touring from the Waterloo Centre for the Arts in Iowa. Artworks from eleven Bahamian artists acting as ambassadors for a broader generative movement. The works represent the diversity of form and content of Bahamian art. More at http://mofa.fsu.edu.Exhibition runs every weekday from August 31st  through November 11th.

 

 

For more information on MoFA or any exhibitions, visit http://mofa.fsu.edu.