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Richard Beckman, Half the Truth, 1990. Welded steel mesh; 50 x 100 x 30 inches. Gift of the Family of Richard Beckman, USF Collection. photo: Will Lytch/Graphicstudio.

Richard Beckman Public Sculpture Dedication

September 5

Adjacent to USF School of Art and Art History (FAH)

USF Institute for Research in Art will dedicate Richard Beckman's sculpture Half the Truth (1990), gifted to the USF Collection by his family. The permanent public installation celebrates and honors Beckman's contributions as an artist, professor, mentor, and friend to the College of The Arts and the Tampa Bay community.

This event will be held in the green space between PCD (Psychology) and FAH (Fine Arts) just north of parking lot 9B, USF Tampa campus.


Mike Covello, Full Fathom Five, 2014. Mixed media installation; 18 x 35 x 8 feet

Closing Reception for A Different Frame of Mind and Richard Beckman: Outside the Curve of Reason exhibitions

September 5

USF Contemporary Art Museum
3821 USF Holly Drive, Tampa


All CAM and Graphicstudio events are FREE unless otherwise noted.


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