FSU Art MFA ’23 Nik Rye brings attention to homelessness and the aftereffects of incarceration in Tallahassee through a week-long performance, February 8-15, 2021, at The Plant, a local non-profit creative space. The piece, titled Seven Days a Diamond, symbolizes the seven days she spent in jail for being homeless and sleeping outside.
FSU Art BFA ’21 Melissa Gonzalez-Lopez, also majoring in Psychology, completed one of FSU’s Global Exchanges at Universitat Politecnia de Valencia in Valencia, Spain in Spring 2020. Her experience was also featured in an article by FSU’s Center for Global Engagement.
In a first-of-its-kind virtual faculty exhibition, Florida State University’s Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) has brought together the six schools and departments in the College of Fine Arts for a celebration and exploration of the power of research in the arts.
Professor Lilian Garcia-Roig will be presenting “Cumulative Nature: Sight on Site” as part of the “Ecofeminisms”
TFAP@CAA 2021 Day(s) of Panels. The Feminist Art Project, a program of the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, will present their annual Day of Panels during the 109th College Art Association Conference.
Professor Lilian Garcia-Roig had an on-site landscape painting titled, “Layered Views” featured in the “From Then to Now She Says: Selections from the permanent Collection” exhibition that ran from October 2020- January 2021 at the Art Museum of South Texas, in Corpus Christi.