Stories, photos, videos, and other great stuff about the going ons in The Arts at USF.
Enjoy #art and #free delicious icy #treats today at #USF CAM from 3-5pm. All part of #WeekOfWelcome #WOW. #TheArtsatUSF #goBulls (at USF Contemporary Art Museum)Share
Students from the USF School of Architecture + Community Design had a design studio course in Japan last spring. USF Centre Gallery is exhibiting student work form this study abroad trip on the 2nd floor of the USF Marshall Student Center.
Opening reception for Rise In Kyoto, is today from Noon to 1 pm and a closing reception will be Friday, Sep. 5 from 7 – 9 pm. http://on.fb.me/1lrQ4NX
This weekend look for Creative Loafing Tampa Fall Arts Preview. There’s lots of great stuff about The Arts at USF in this issue, including a preview of our Theatre and Dance season; Building Bridges, an Arab, Middle Eastern and Muslim cultural collaboration; flexible LED furniture by an Architecture alumni project, The Urban Conga; and art exhibitions at USF Contemporary Art Museum and USF School of Art & Art History. Tampa is a great city for the arts!
MFA student Marcus DeSieno’s photographic portraits of lethal and parasitic microorganisms are now larger than life and earning the attention of National Geographic and Smithsonian.com.
Check out more work by this USF School of Art & Art History student on his portfolio site: http://marcusdesieno.com/
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Work in progress wall in my office. 6 posters for this year’s Theater & Dance season.
Art Exhibition by Sarah Rowe, “Superimposed Materials”
DeMio/Georgieva Piano Duo
Barness Recital Hall, 4:00pm, January 12, 2014
Elizabeth DeMio and Ralitsa Georgieva take us into a journey through the magical world of two pianos. Works by Bach, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, and Borodin.
The winners will be announced January 26!Share
USF Wind Ensemble: How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Opus 2 is tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Concert Hall.Share