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PLEASE NOTE! On Friday, February 12, a non-USF political event taking place at the USF Sundome will cause increased traffic congestion and road closures across USF Tampa campus. Public Art Walking Tour has been rescheduled for February 19.

 


 

ART Thursday: Music for Histórias by SYCOM

Feb. 18, 6–8pm

USF Contemporary Art Museum (CAM)

This two-hour concert will feature the students and faculty of USF's Composition and Electronic Music Studio performing original compositions inspired by the artworks in the CAM exhibitions Sandra Cinto and Histórias/Histories: Contemporary Art From Brazil.

Event is free.

 

 

 

Public Art Walking Tour

Feb. 19, 12pm

Starting at USF Contemporary Art Museum (CAM)

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Starting at the USF Contemporary Art Museum, USF Curator of Public Art & Social Practice, Sarah Howard, will lead a free walking tour of selected works in the USF Public Art Collection on the Tampa campus. The walking tour will focus on four outdoors sculptures around the USF College of the Arts facilities. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the program, and the artists and collaborators who created the site-specific works. Tour will be held weather permitting.

In 2008, the USF Public Art Program was selected as one of the nation’s top ten university based public art programs by the Public Art Network, a national organization of public art professionals associated with American for the Arts.

 

 

Alice Aycock, 
Maze 2000, 2002


 

Brazilian Landscapes: Art and Engineering

Feb. 25, 7pm

USF Patel Center for Global Solutions Auditorium (CGS)

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Brazilian photographer Caio Reisewitz will discuss his recent works with Dr. Matthew Verbyla, USF Engineering, in the context of urbanization in Brazil and themes of sustainability and water resources.

Co-sponsored by USFCAM, the USF Institute for the Study of Latin America and the Caribbean, and USF World.

Event is free. Sign Language Interpreter will be present.

Sign Language Interpreter will be present

 

 

 

Caio ReisewitzTababuia, 2009inkjet on Hahnemühle paper12-7/8 x 13-5/8 in.Edition: 2/8Courtesy of the artist and Luciana Brito Galeria, São Paulo, Brazil

 

 

All USFCAM and Graphicstudio events are FREE unless otherwise noted.

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CoTA Visit the College of The Arts Calendar of Events for more of what USF has to offer.
ArtsTampaBay Visit ArtsTampaBay.com for information about events throughout the Tampa Bay area.


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USFCAM Hours: Mon. to Fri. 10am–5pm; Sat. 1–4pm; CAM is Closed Sunday and all University and State of Florida holidays and occasionally between exhibitions.

Tours: Groups and organizations interested in tours of the exhibition should contact CAM to schedule at least two weeks in advance at (813) 974-4133.

Accessibility: The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum (USFCAM) is fully accessible to visitors with disabilities. There are disabled parking spaces outsde of the museum, an accessible entrance, good lighting and accessible restrooms.

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