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Working Method Contemporary Gallery Hosts Continuous Cycles

Published January 19, 2024


The FSU Department of Art and Working Method Contemporary Gallery invite you to the exhibition opening of Continuous Cycles on Friday, January 19, 2024 from 4:00 to 6:00pm.

Continuous Cycles at Working Method Contemporary (WMC) Gallery

“Patterns, cycles, and routines shape our everyday lives; they influence our thoughts, emotions, and actions, filling our realities with a repetitive rhythm that impacts everything around us, for better or for worse. This show explores the visual, emotional, and psychological dimensions of routine, offering a unique exploration of the personal patterns that shape our lives.”

Featuring works by Alexia Benavent-Rivera, Ryan Cake, Kat Chudy, Alex Davidoff, Joshua Shane Flores, Rachel Holsonback, Kalee Itturioz, Hannah Keats, Zephaniah Malka, Cori Matyas, Audrey McKenzie, Cassidy Millhouse, Teresa Radomski, Iris Schaer, and Kyle Smith.

Curated by Jillian Heusohn and Kim Springs.


Opening Reception: Friday | 01.19.24 | 4-6 pm

WMC Gallery | Carnaghi Arts Building | 2214 Belle Vue Way | Tallahassee, FL 32304


Working Method Contemporary (WMC) is the dedicated gallery space for Masters of Fine Art Students at Florida State University. The program is composed of approximately thirty graduate students pursuing a terminal degree in Studio Art. The gallery provides students a space for exhibition, experimentation, and documentation of works created while attending Florida State.

It operates as an alternative, non-traditional space dedicated to showing recent works, as well as collaborations, by students currently enrolled in the program.