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Sharon Norwood Exhibits at the University of South Florida’s Contemporary Arts Museum, (CAM)

Published June 16, 2016
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Amplified: Reverberations from The Music Box opened at USF Contemporary Art Museum Monday, June 6 and runs through to July 23rd. The exhibition explores the New Orleans Airlift’s Music Box project, through performance, documentary videos, ephemera, interactive and instrumental elements from the Sulphur Springs outpost. Created in collaboration with Ranjit Bhatnagar, Alyssa Dennis, LIVEWORK STUDIOS LLC and Tory Tepp, the exhibition features works by local artists Wendy Babcox, Shawn Cheatham, Christine Comple and Michael Bauman, Silvia Curbelo and Ronda J. Nelson, Marcus DeSieno, E.E. Dyemon, Kendra Frorup, Joe Griffith, Jason Lazarus, Desiree Moore, Sharon Norwood, Kym O’Donnell. Artists were invited to respond to the Music Box Sulfur Springs experimental and multi-disciplinary public art installation. http://www.ira.usf.edu/CAM/cam_exhibitions.html

The Contemporary Art Museum is located at 3821 USF Holly Drive, Tampa, FL 33620

Opening reception is June 10th at 7:00 PM