We are proud of the accomplishments of our esteemed faculty, who provide guidance in the skills necessary for not only artistic creation, but also in expressing contemporary issues through their visual arts. Committed to excellence in all programs, the program strives to combine curricular flexibility with a rigorous mix of experiences and opportunities for serious, focused study in art and design.
Experimental Water Media Painting & Collage: Workshops around the country led by FSU Alumna Mary Alice Braukman
Mary Alice Braukman grew up in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area of Florida, and came to Florida State University in the early 1950’s. A proud Nole, Mary Alice makes her home in St. Petersburg and spends time in the Western mountains of North Carolina. After graduating from FSU with a BS in Art Education and Constructive Design, she taught art in Hillsborough County, consulted for the Cherry Creek School District in Denver, CO,...
Visiting Artist and Scholars Program resumes this Thursday with artist Will Lamson!
Thursday, January 23, 2014 @ 7 pm
FSU Fine Arts Building Room 249
About Will Lamson
William Lamson was born in Arlington, Virginia. His video works often find him playfully and strenuously interacting with his environment (both in the natural world and in his studio).
Lamson’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum (NYC), the Dallas Museum of Art (TX), the Houston Museum of Fine Arts (TX), and the...
MANDEM Art Showcase at LeMoyne’s Emerging Artist Show (January 17 – 31, 2014)
The public is invited to join MANDEM (MFA Studio Art, 2015) on Friday, January 17th from 6:00pm-9:30pm at LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts in Tallahassee for the opening reception of the 2014 Emerging Artist Show. With a total of five unique artists in the LeMoyne galleries, MANDEM will be showcasing in the main gallery.
* MANDEM (http://mythpunkart.com) will be debuting several new paintings and mixed-media works at this show, as well as displaying...
The Annual Art Faculty Exhibition opens the new year with a dynamic mix of recent works by the faculty artists of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance. This exhibition will run from January 10th – February 2nd, 2014.
Diverse in vision, media and execution, the works exhibited in the Annual Faculty Exhibition, demonstrate visual investigations that form the studio practices of the Florida State University’s Department of Art Faculty. More than 30 artists will exhibit works in many different media confront traditional...
Cropwork Orange Book Release & Artist Talk Presented by Small Craft Advisory Press (SCAP)
December 12, 2013 5-6PM
Strozier Library, Scholars Commons Classroom
Please join us in celebrating the release of our recently completed artists’ book edition, Cropwork Orange– a collaboration between Robert Fichter, Bea Nettles and Denise Bookwalter. The artists will present their process of creating this book, which will be on display for viewing alongside other SCAP editions held in Special Collections at Strozier. SCAP’s current...
Every year for the past twenty-six seasons, the Museum of Fine Arts has hosted a multi-day event that brings regional artists and crafts persons together with antiques dealers (books, jewelry, furniture, collectibles and prints). The offerings for giving or collecting are diverse, reasonable, and unique. There is no admission charge. For more information, please call (850) 644-6836.
3-Day Museum Sale of Art, Antiques & Fine Crafts 2013
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 10-6
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 10-6
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7,...
In November, the Facility for Arts Research (FAR) welcomed its inaugural formLab Project Fellow, Michael Rees, Associate Professor of Sculpture and Digital Media and Director of the Center for New Art at William Paterson University. Rees utilized many of FAR’s resources, including the MMAP 3D printer, to produce sculptural work with an augmented reality component. During his visit, Rees gave a well-attended lecture about his body of work and experience at FAR.
FAR also celebrated the opening of its exhibit, FAR Exchanges: Interactions...
The museum presents an overview of a gift donated by Philip and Nancy Kotler.
Sarasota, FL – The Ringling adds to its contemporary art offerings with the debut of the Philip and Nancy Kotler Glass Collection.
The exhibition presents works by some of the leading modern American and European glass artists. To celebrate the opening of the exhibition, more than 150 guests gathered on Nov. 18 for a reception in galleries of the Ulla R. and Arthur F. Searing Wing of The Ringling Museum of Art.
The collection features contemporary studio glass...
There is one annual art show and the winter meeting place for the international art world, that is Art Basel Miami Beach. This art fair transforms the city of Miami for one week a year, from Wynwood to Little Havana to the traditional Miami Beach hot spots. Record numbers of collectors, artists, dealers, curators, critics and art enthusiasts, will descend upon Miami for this once a year event.
Art Basel stages the world’s premier Modern and contemporary art shows, held annually in Basel, Miami Beach, and Hong Kong. Founded by gallerists in...
MoFA serves a number of distinct constituencies and never more diverse than in the month of December when the Graduating Artists, usually BFAs, share the museum with the annual exhibition known as the Art & Antiques Fair. By policy mandate, the Museum has been the chosen location to satisfy NASAD requirements for graduating MFA and BFA students’ exit or thesis exhibitions.
At the same time, the Museum functions as an accredited institution with its own community following and one of the most popular events—especially for university...