Thursday, February 13, 2014
Fine Arts Building
Room 249 @7PM
John is a Brooklyn based curator, painter and new media artist whose work draws upon both analytical and primitive processes. In addition to gallery exhibitions, his large-scale public art pieces include: ”To the People of Orlando” a city block long permanent public art installation, mapping projections on the façade of The New Museum and Manhattan Bridge Anchorage. He was a visiting artist and instructor of Art & Science at Eugene Lang College...
FSU Art Students League will be hosting an artist lecture with Sarah Walko on February 11th, 7pm.
Sarah Walko will be giving a visiting artist lecture Tuesday the 11th!
“Walko collects and arranges both organic and inorganic objects. She uses test tubes, microscopic slides, and light bulbs to imitate intricate laboratories where living organisms are meticulously displayed.”
SHE IS COOL COME TO THIS, DON’T BELIEVE ME? LOOK AT HER WEBSITE:...
FSU’s Department of Art is hosting a Visiting Artist Lecture by Will Lamson this Thursday, January 23rd! The lecture will be in the Fine Arts Building in room 249 at 7:00PM.
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 Progressive...
Conrad Bakker is an Associate Professor of Art and MFA Studio Coordinator for the School of Art and Design at the University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign. Bakker’s ongoing series of Untitled Projects engage the careful construction and specific placement of carved and painted objects so as to critically comment upon and make tangible the everyday economies between persons and things and spaces. Bakker has exhibited his work nationally and internationally, including Tate Modern (London), Galerie Analix Forever Geneva), the...
Interview with Julia Pott
April 1, 2013
by Julia Kunberger
Named one of the 37 Indie Film Breakouts of 2012 by Indiewire, Julia Pott is one of the most notable and unique filmmakers working today. Julia graduated with a master’s degree in animation from The Royal College of Art in 2011 and has had screenings at SXSW and Sundance film festivals, taking home awards from many others. Her work has been featured by numerous prominent artists and companies, including Bat for Lashes, The Decemberists, MTV, and Toyota. Originally from London, Julia...
FSU Art’s Visiting Artist: Stuart Horodner Led Public Critique 3/29
In conjunction with his lecture, Stuart Horodner led a public critique reviewing four of our graduate student’s work. This event took place at the VAST gallery on Friday March 29th.
As part of FSU Art’s visiting artist lecture series, visiting artist Stuart Horodner will be giving a lecture on his recent book, The Art Life: On Creativity and Career. This lecture will be happening on Thursday, March 28th at 7pm in FAB room 249.
In conjunction with his lecture, Stuart Horodner will also be leading a public critique using four of our graduate student’s work. This event is open to the public and will take place at the VAST gallery on Friday March 29th, starting at 10 am. The public critique format is an exciting forum...
FSU Art: Visiting Artist Stuart Horodner, Lecture, 3/28
On March 28, the FSU Art Visiting Artist Series presents Stuart Horodner, the Artistic Director of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center.
Horodner is a regular contributor to journals and magazines such as Art Issues, Art Lies, Art on Paper, Bomb, Dazed & Confused, and Sculpture and Surface.
Thursday, 3/28, he will discuss his recent book, The Art Life: On Creativity and Career. FSU Fine Arts Building, Room 249, 7...
ARTIST-SCIENTIST JOE DAVIS IS HARD TO FORGET, PEG LEG AND ALL
Meet the eccentric and the director after doc screening
Democrat senior writer
If you met Joe Davis in a dimly-lit bar somewhere along the Tennessee Street Strip, you might mistake him for a charmingly brain-addled drifter or a retired academic eccentric who now lives right on the fringes of society.
His hair is a messy tumbleweed and his conversations about physics, genetics, biotechnology, astronomy and art are just as wild and tangled as his locks. You are never...
As part of FSU Art’s Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Joe Davis will lecture on Mnemosyne’s Paradox
Thursday, February 28, 2013 @ 7:00 pm
Fine Arts Building, Room 249
Event is FREE and open to the public!
As mythical mother of the nine classical muses, Mnemosyne was mother of all the arts and sciences. By inference, she was the founder of all language too, since she was said to have discovered the uses of the powers of reason and to have given names or designations to all things. The languages of art and science of...