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July 26, 2021
College Leadership Council premieres 2021 SIX Magazine

The College Leadership Council (CLC) was founded in 2010 to promote collaboration and communication between students across the College of Fine Arts. Made up of graduate and undergraduate representatives from


July 17, 2021
Professor Cosmo Whyte feature in conversation with auth …

Njelle Hamilton sat down with Department of Art professor, Cosmo Whyte, and acclaimed author, Marlon James to discuss their experiences as Caribbean artists in diaspora.


July 16, 2021
New Histories: the Gadsden Farm Project included in Cal …

The Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco has selected New Histories: the Gadsden Farm Project to be part of “Call & Response: Craft as a Tool for Activism,” a virtual exhibition at the Museum of Craft and Design that opens this summer. The Gadsden Farm Project is a collaborative food social justice project created by professor Holly Hanessian and MFA alumni, Michael Diaz.


July 15, 2021
Judy Rushin-Knopf’s work featured at the Contempo …

Associate Professor in the Department of Art Judy Rushin-Knopf’s work is being featured in the new show “Behind Every Beautiful Thing: Encountering Bodies, Wrestling the Human Condition” at the Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans.


July 7, 2021
Art Alumna Melissa Gonzalez-Lopez exhibits work “Desd …

FSU Art BFA ’21 Melissa Gonzalez-Lopez was invited by Barbara El, curator of gARTen, to participate in this international exhibition in Gdynia, Poland, that is open to the public from July 1st to the 13th, 2021.


July 2, 2021
Judith Rushin-Knopf’s work featured in Exhibition …

FSU Art Associate Professor Judy Rushin-Knopf will be a featured artist in an exhibition entitled Can You Hear the Silence? at the Ivy Brown Gallery in New York City. The exhibition goes from June 17 to August 17, and the work will rotate at the halfway point on July 17.


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