Please join me for “Foodscapes: From Seed to Mouth” at UF University Gallery until Friday March 24.
Opening Reception: Thursday March 16, 5:30 -7:30 PM
Artist Talk: Friday March 17, 12-1 PM
This thesis presents gardening, picking food and eating as enjoyable steps towards the reclamation of the food system.
Participants will select and harvest food from the tile based vertical garden with my aid. We will then prepare the items together at the preparation station, talking about the food before us and food in general. Lastly, the participant will choose a plate and sit to dine. These steps are such as to implicate the viewer in a seasonal garden landscape, the labour and bodily engagement of cooking, and a community connection in eating.
HOT CLAY presents in Architecture Gallery at the University of Florida Currents: Domestic Design, juried by Heather Mae Erickson. Join us anytime Monday-Friday 9-5PM in the month of May. We are honored to have the work of 34 artists from the USA and Canada represented.
Please see the exhibition poster below to share!
The Perez Art Museum in Miami is gorgeous so is Nicole Cherubini’s work. It is work that speaks to our modern times. The unexpected part is her research on George Ohr! Listen to this artists talk on Ohr given 01/29/2015 7:00pm.
“You might be able to see in the handle there is a little George Ohr glaze so you can see that he’s been there for a very long time” (5:50)
The visual arts come to life at Art Bash 2015, an annual celebration featuring a wide array of projects by UF art and art history students. The University of Florida School of Art + Art History (SA+AH) opens its doors to members of the campus and surrounding communities for Art Bash on Friday, October 30, 2015 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at the UF Fine Arts Complex.
Art Bash offers an inside look at the SA+AH and showcases the scope of disciplines it offers from intimate drawings to ceramic works of art, from vibrant graphic design to sculpture, experimental photographs, interactive Art + Technology projects, prints, paintings, art history and art education displays and more. This fun, free event encourages discussion between students and the community and introduces potential students to the school’s facilities and diverse programs. Attendees are encouraged to participate in the demonstrations, exhibitions and interactive projects from both our academic and studio areas.
This year’s Art Bash will feature inflatable artworks from the students of WARP (Workshop for Art Research and Practice), our nationally recognized foundations course, HOT Clay’s Raku Firing, printmaking demonstrations, offerings for sale and free take-aways from student associations, and music in the courtyard.
We are all first year Graduate students studying in different departments: Painting, Ceramics, Printmaking, Sculpture. This exhibition is the coming together of these mediums all used to explore memory and human interaction hence our title “Perpetuate”.
Please join us at the upcoming WARPhaus Gallery reception for our latest exhibitions entitled ‘Perpetuate’ and ‘Dish.’ The reception is free and open to the public on Saturday, April 4th from 7:00-9:00pm at the WARPhaus Gallery (located at 534 SW 4th Ave in Gainesville, FL). Hope to see you there!