RCAD hosts PAPERJAM, an alternative book and zine fair

RCAD hosts PAPERJAM, an alternative book and zine fair

Ringling College of Art and Design (RCAD) will be hosting PAPER JAM, an alternative book fair, on Dec. 1 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Alfred R. Goldstein Library. The fair will feature comics, zines, graphic novels, artists’...
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“Sincerely, the Black Kids” accepted to 6 film festivals

“Sincerely, the Black Kids” accepted to 6 film festivals

Former New College Student Alliance (NCSA) Co-president Miles Iton (‘14) directed a documentary about the challenges faced by Black student leaders on college campuses across the nation with the help of local community activist Shakira Refos and Ringling Col...
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Ringling Museum of Art reinstalls three galleries

Ringling Museum of Art reinstalls three galleries

The second phase of the Ringling Museum of Art’s gallery reinstallation was completed in early November with the re-opening of the five galleries closed this summer for renovation. Three of the five galleries—galleries 16, 17 and 18—were completely reins...
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Fats, Freaks and Queers: Photography by Shoog McDaniel

Fats, Freaks and Queers: Photography by Shoog McDaniel

All photos courtesy of Shoog McDaniel. With almost 50,000 Instagram followers, Shoog McDaniel has made a name for themself posting ethereal photographs of individuals who inhabit what McDaniel calls “marginalized bodies.” By featuring individuals who ident...
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Sarasota Opera kicks off its fall season with The Barber of Seville

Sarasota Opera kicks off its fall season with The Barber of Seville

Sarasota Opera kicked off its fall season this week with three performances of Gioachino Rossini’s The Barber of Seville. The upcoming performances will take place on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 11 at 1:30 p.m. “The...
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Sheryl Oring’s ‘Agitype: Changing the World One Letter at a Time’ at RCAD

Sheryl Oring’s ‘Agitype: Changing the World One Letter at a Time’ at RCAD

The act of questioning is a central aspect of Sheryl Oring’s artistic process. Questions—and their answers—serve as the inspiration for a number of the works featured in Oring’s current exhibition at Ringling College of Art and Design (RCAD). Entitled ...
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Miki Kratsman: “People I Met” at USF Contemporary Art Museum

Miki Kratsman: “People I Met” at USF Contemporary Art Museum

People I Met is a conceptual mixed-media piece documenting Miki Kratsman’s attempt to use Facebook to identify 9,000 portraits of Palestinians he took during his 30 years as a photojournalist for the Israeli newspapers Hadashot and Haaretz. The installat...
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Photography exhibition at the MFA St. Pete explores the intimate history of self-portraiture

Photography exhibition at the MFA St. Pete explores the intimate history of self-portraiture

Though the term selfie is now a ubiquitous part of our vernacular, the act of taking a photo of one’s self is not usually viewed as the creative process of an artist. “This is Not a Selfie: Photographic Self-Portraits from...
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Sarasota Museum of Art set to open in fall 2019

Sarasota Museum of Art set to open in fall 2019

Sarasota will soon be adding another museum to its already extensive selection of artistic and cultural institutions. However, this museum, with a focus on contemporary art and a commitment to community engagement, is determined to develop a new institutional ...
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On the Precipice: a celebration of thesis student artwork

On the Precipice: a celebration of thesis student artwork

The annual senior thesis art student show opens at Caples in the Isermann Gallery with an opening reception on Friday, Apr. 13, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. The exhibition, entitled On the Precipice: Transitions + Thresholds, will feature the work...
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