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2013 Biennial Faculty Art Exhibition


Schmidt Center Gallery  |   September 21 – December 7
Ritter Art Gallery  |   September 21 – November 9


Closed for Thanksgiving  |   November 28 – 30

 

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Noon-time Artist Talks

 

 


 

 

Recent works by faculty from the following :

Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters

        Department of Visual Arts & Art History

        School of Communication & Multimedia Studies

College for Design and Social Inquiry

        School of Architecture

Campus Libraries

 
Artists in the exhibition: Ariel Baron-Robbins, Amy S. Broderick, Stephanie Cunningham, Jeane Cooper, Joshua Hunter Davis,  Angela DiCosola, 
Rod Faulds, Chanda Glendinning, Sharon Lee Hart, Walter Hnatysh, Suzanne Khalil, Tammy Knipp, Eric Landes,  Jeffrey Larson, Dorotha Grace Lemeh, Brian McConnell, Kathleen O’Connor, Mark Joseph Oliver, Annette M. Piskel, Carol Prusa,  Bonnie Seeman, Tom Scicluna, Victoria Skinner, Jillian Taylor, Juana Valdes, Sommer Wood, Joey Bargsten, Shane Christian Eason,  Mark Franz, Brad Lewter, Ruth von Spalding, Emmanouil Vermisso, Henning Haupt, Birds are Nice (aka Diane Arrieta) and John Cutrone


 


 
 

The 2013 Biennial Faculty Art Exhibition features a wide range of recent artworks by faculty teaching in the Department of Visual Arts and Art History; the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies; and the School of Architecture. Media and disciplines represented will include drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography and video. Public gallery talks and/or lectures will be scheduled to include several participating artists.

 



films4peace  

short films by international artists  selected by Mark Coetzee
for PUMA.Peace  will be featured  throughout the exhibition in the Ritter Art Gallery.

Click here for more information on  films4peace             PUMA

 


 

 

 

The University Galleries exhibition and education programs are supported in part by the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County; the R.A. Ritter Foundation; Beatrice Cummings Mayer and individual contributors. Museum Education programs are made possible by  the Kaye Endowment for Arts Integration.

 Last Modified 10/3/14