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Studio Art at Florida State emphasizes interdisciplinary thinking and offers diverse opportunities for creative development and expression on both the graduate and undergraduate levels. 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 con

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06/14/2024

Please join us for the opening reception of Fabric8 next Friday (5-7pm on 6/21)!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Fabric8
An Exhibit Featuring Work by the Summer ’24 Strings of Culture Textiles Class.
 
Featured Artists:
Clay Barczak – Terry Castor – Lily Crocamo – Alex Laubach – Natalie Lusk – Madeline Moore – Rachel Ostrander – Cass Yao
 
Opening Reception: Friday, June 21, 5 - 7pm
Additional Hours:
Tuesday, June 25, 9am – 4pm
Wednesday, June 26, 9am – 4pm
Thursday, June 27, 9am – 4pm
 
The FAB Gallery – 236 Fine Arts Building – 530 W. Call Street

06/12/2024

Today we are checking in with IDEA Grant recipient Clay Barczak! Clay's project, "Reclaiming and Reimagining Through Retrospective," focuses on reimagining famous historical compositions of art and queerness.

"In regards to the accelerants and positives of my project, I am happy to express that I have experience in the printing process that I will be embarking upon and am very confident in the final quality related to my chosen substrate. I am also excited to report that I have printed test images of my tentative design for my final result which turned out very well even on glossy paper. All that is left in the testing process is to ensure that my colors render properly on my sticky paper and then I will be able to start the finalization of my projects process."

Read more about Clay's updates here: https://buff.ly/3Xn816F

(Image Alt Text: IDEA Grant recipient Clay Barczak and digital collage pieces "Jacques-Louis David Remastered," 2024, "Goya, Remastered," 2024, and "Caravaggio Remastered," 2024)

06/10/2024

Assistant Professor of Art Mona Bozorgi selected for the 2024 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art Exhibition! 👏🏼👏🏼

From the Orlando Museum of Art website: “The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art is organized by the Orlando Museum of Art to bring new recognition to the most progressive artists in the State. Each year OMA’s curatorial team surveys artists working throughout the state before inviting ten to participate. Artists range from emerging to mid-career, often with distinguished records of exhibitions and awards that reflect recognition at national and international levels. In all cases, they are artists who are engaged in exploring significant ideas of art and culture in original and visually exciting ways.”
The exhibition runs from June 1st to August 25th.

06/04/2024

Congratulations to Andy Marlowe, FSU Art BFA ‘24!!

Introducing our Summer 2024 College/Postgrad Apprentice cohort!

From left to right there’s Havily Nwakuche, Isa Dorvillier, Andy Marlowe, Emily Dormier, and Kalila Jones.

We’re so excited to see what unfolds for them. Stick around—in a couple of weeks they’re taking over our Instagram Stories and we’ll share their work as it develops this summer.

Photo credit: Carlos Avendaño

05/31/2024

from Rollins Museum of Art ~~ Congratulations to Teneé Hart, winner of 🏆 Pathways 2024: The Carlos Malamud Prize. View work by at both Rollins Museum of Art and The UCF Gallery all summer long. Teneé will receive $10,000, financial advisement for building an arts career, mentorship with museum professionals, and will have a solo exhibition at the UCF Art Gallery!

Photos from College of Fine Arts at Florida State University's post 05/30/2024
05/22/2024

Assistant Professor Katie Kehoe exhibits in Mother Earth exhibition at The Meridian Center for Cultural Diplomac! 👏🏼👏🏼 Our changing climate through the lens of all-women artists in the Mother Earth exhibition

An Exhibition of more than 30 Artworks by 18 Artists showcases the critical role of artists in shaping the climate narrative; on view June 13, 20, and 27 and July 11, 2024.

The Meridian Center for Cultural Diplomacy is partnering with Virginia Shore and Sarah Tanguy to present a groundbreaking multimedia exhibition by some of the most influential women artists around the world. Mother Earth will fill Meridian’s Cafritz Galleries at the historic White-Meyer House with an engaging array of drawings, paintings, textiles, works on paper, photographs, sculptures, installations, and videos to highlight the stark reality of the climate crisis through the vision of women artists on June 13, 20, and 27 and July 11, 2024.

“The climate crisis is no longer a distant threat; it is a stark reality that demands our immediate attention. Our planet is undergoing unprecedented changes that include rising global temperatures and sea levels, extreme weather events, and the loss of biodiversity. In a time when the enormity of this crisis can be overwhelming, art provides a means to process and channel our emotions, engendering a sense of ownership and empowerment,” shared Shore and Tanguy.

By confronting uncomfortable truths through artistic expression, curators Shore and Tanguy and Mother Earth artists create the foundation for a deeper connection to the environment, a greater sense of urgency to protect our natural world, and a more holistic vision for a sustainable future.

Artists with work on view in Mother Earth include:
Ana Teresa Barboza
Andrea Bowers
Kate Capshaw
Nanibah “Nani” Chacon (Diné)
Rebecca Clark
Ariamna Contino
Elsabé Johnson Dixon
Liza Faktor
Bienvenue Fotso
Bea Fremderman
Erica Gajewski
Jenny Holzer
Katie Kehoe
Maya Lin
Cynthia Minet
Neha Misra | नेहा मिश्रा
Lisa Tubach
Marie Watt (Seneca)

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 05/21/2024

BFA Alum and Professor Exhibit in Influence/d! 👏🏼👏🏼

BFA Alum Rodnay Brewer (’20) and Professor Marty Fielding are showing work in the exhibition, Influence/d in the Trish Martindell Gallery in Norwood, OH.

The exhibition is organized by Queen City Clay who describes the vision for the show as, “A curated selection of mentors and mentees in the field of ceramics. This show aims to highlight the significant influence our instructors have on our clay practice.”

The show opened April 19th and runs through May 31.

Rodnay Brewer graduated with a BFA in 2020 and moved to St. Petersburg where he found a community of artists. Initially, Rodnay made artwork and taught classes at the Morean Arts Center. He is currently working on a series of ceramic and metal sculpture from his home studio and completing a book of poetry.

05/20/2024
05/14/2024

Everyone at the College of Fine Arts is deeply saddened by the devastating impacts of the tornado that hit our community last Friday. Our thoughts are with all of our friends, colleagues and neighbors who have been impacted.💛

Railroad Square, which took a great deal of damage in the storm, has been a vibrant and creative hub for Tallahassee’s arts community for decades. It housed the studios for our BFA and MFA art students for many years. It is a home for many of our alumni, faculty and students who showcase their talents and passions at its galleries, performance spaces and other businesses.

We are very proud to be part of Tallahassee’s arts community, and have seen firsthand its resilience and spirit in the face of challenges and adversity. We hope you will join us in standing with and supporting those impacted however you are able.

Just a few weeks ago, College Leadership Council for the College of Fine Arts was celebrating the launch of their annual magazine at 621 Gallery. Thinking of our friends there, artxnikki, Cat Family Records, Mickee Faust Club, Emeritus Professor Ray Burggraf, and many others.

Be sure to follow Railroad Square Art District and your favorite businesses for updates on how to support our community during this time.

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 04/23/2024

🎉🎉Congratulations to Department of Art Professors ⭐️Grace Aneiza Ali ⭐️ and ⭐️Kevin Curry⭐️ on being awarded with 2023-24 University Teaching Awards!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Professor Ali is a recipient of the Inclusive Teaching and Mentoring Award, and Professor Curry is a recipient of the Foundational Course Excellence Award. The University Teaching Awards recognize teaching excellence as multi-faceted, involving areas such as serving as a positive role model to students, imparting a respect for truth and a love of learning, challenging students’ thinking and assumptions, demonstrating respect for all persons, and employing innovative instructional techniques. Thank you both and Congratulations! 🙌🙌

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 04/23/2024

Six FSU art graduates exhibited at NYC’s Pen + Brush Gallery!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Article courtesy of Florida State University News

Works by six Florida State University studio art graduates were on display at New York City’s famous Pen + Brush Gallery as part of a group exhibition honoring Women’s History Month.

“Hit Me with Your Best Shot” aims to highlight how women as well as non-binary and female-identified transgender artists are changing the art world, and world in general. The exhibit features work by the 2023 graduating cohort of FSU MFA alumnae — Jenae Christopher, Camille Modesto, nik rye, Chayse Sampy, AnnaBrooke Greene and Chansong Woo — alongside well-known contemporary artists such as Mierle Laderman Ukeles and Lola Flash. Woo and Greene are also Department of Art adjunct professors.

“I have had the good fortune to have worked with all six of these incredibly talented artists since they began at FSU,” said Jeff Beekman, associate professor and Department of Art chair. “I’ve witnessed their perseverance, support for one another and been so impressed at their development. The results absolutely speak for themselves, and all good fortune that comes their way is entirely deserved.”

Founded in 1894, Pen + Brush was one of the first non-profit organizations dedicated to supporting female artists. The exhibit was on display at the Pen + Brush Gallery at 29 East 22nd Street, New York, through April 20.

When Pen + Brush asked FSU Assistant Professor of Art and curator Grace Aneiza Ali to choose a visionary artist and artwork for the 2024 exhibit honoring Women’s History Month, she immediately thought of her students — all six of them.

“These six incredible young women granted me the gift of being their teacher as they all faced the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and the difficulties in their own lives with courage and resilience,” Ali said. “Their work is bold and brilliant, and it shows that they are ready to shape the future of the field.” See more at news.fsu.edu

04/11/2024

Tomorrow evening is going to be HUGE!
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On Friday, April 12 from 6-8pm “SEVEN”, the 2024 MFA Graduating Exhibition at MoFA , and “Tabula Rasa”, the BFA Thesis Exhibition at CAB, will be the must-see events of the Spring!
Be sure to add this exhibition ‘preview’ in the FAB Gallery to your list.

fsu department of art presents

your wish is my cmd;

an installation
by the artists and
engineers of the spring
mechatronic art class

april 24th – 27th, 1 – 5 pm
preview: friday, april 12th, 6 – 8 pm
opening: wednesday, april 24th, 6 – 8 pm

fine arts building gallery
530 West Call St. Tallahassee.

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 04/10/2024

MFA Candidate Spotlight: Mimi Tran!!

As a first-generation Vietnamese American, Mimi Tran’s work serves as an archive preserving Vietnamese culture, bridging history with contemporary Asian American discourse. Through diverse mediums such as painting, sculpture and installation, Tran explores themes of identity, memory, family and migration. By abstracting archival family documents and repurposing cultural objects, they highlight the multifaceted experiences of their community, particularly focusing on fugitive histories and the complexities of migration. Through this process, their work becomes an archive for future generations to explore and understand their heritage.

See more work of the FSU Department of Art’s 2024 Master of Fine Arts graduating class at “SEVEN”, an exhibition featuring Kimberly Maria Moran Brown, Kat Chudy, Athena Nugent, Channing Salazar, Iris Eve Schaer, Morgan Smith, and Mimi Tran. The exhibit will run April 12 through May 4, with an opening reception this Friday, April 12 from 6-8pm! The artists also invite the public to join them for a meet and greet followed by a series of artist talks from 5-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 04/09/2024

MFA Candidate Spotlight: Morgan Smith!!

Cinema artist Morgan Smith has been immersed in the arts for 25 years, first as a ballet choreographer, then as a filmmaker, photographer, graphic/layout artist, writer, educator, managing editor and director of communication. A life-long storyteller, Smith is interested in expressing the reality of human experience — life, memory and personality — utilizing art therapy practices to create intimate and self-reflective cinema installations.

See more work of the FSU Department of Art’s 2024 Master of Fine Arts graduating class at “SEVEN”, an exhibition featuring Kimberly Maria Moran Brown, Kat Chudy, Athena Nugent, Channing Salazar, Iris Eve Schaer, Morgan Smith, and Mimi Tran. The exhibit will run April 12 through May 4, with an opening reception this Friday, April 12 from 6-8pm. The artists also invite the public to join them for a meet and greet followed by a series of artist talks from 5-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 04/08/2024

MFA Candidate Spotlight: Channing Salazar!!

California-born artist Channing Salazar creates oil paintings that explore the concept of ambiguity within visual language and the dilemma of rendering meaning from images. Salazar draws parallels between physiological and digital distortions as they relate to the perception of figure. By utilizing contemporary tools, including 3D modeling software, image scanners and AI image generators, as well as historical image references, Salazar continues foundational questions regarding the nature of representation and mediation.

See more work of the FSU Department of Art’s 2024 Master of Fine Arts graduating class at “SEVEN”, an exhibition featuring Kimberly Maria Moran Brown, Kat Chudy, Athena Nugent, Channing Salazar, Iris Eve Schaer, Morgan Smith, and Mimi Tran. The exhibit will run April 12 through May 4, with an opening reception this Friday, April 12 from 6-8pm. The artists also invite the public to join them for a meet and greet followed by a series of artist talks from 5-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 at the Museum of Fine Arts.

04/06/2024

Congratulations to Professor Holly Hanessian!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Holly Hanessian at the College of Fine Arts at Florida State University, received the Fellows of the Council Award, given to those who have made an outstanding contribution to the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts 🏺🎨 at the annual conference in
Richmond, Virginia.

Congratulations on this award! 👏

04/05/2024

Next Friday!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

The Department of Art invites you to the opening reception of Tabula Rasa, BFA Thesis Exhibition, at Working Method Contemporary and Phyllis Straus Gallery in the Carnaghi Arts Building.

Tabula Rasa
      Noun (ta·bu·la ra·sa)
      Def. : A Clean Slate

Opening: April 12, 5:00pm – 8:00pm
April 13 & 14, 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Carnaghi Arts Building
2214 Belle Vue Way
Tallahassee, FL

Exhibiting Artists
Reian Beltran
Colin Breslin
Devin Clark
Sarah Kate Evans
Spencer Gainey
Andy Marlowe
Bella Gallese
Bronson Leiro
Craig Moore III
William Pekins
Aeriel Poole
Sofia Rocabado
Christina Stevens
Julia Ursine
Cassandra Yao

04/05/2024

Next Friday!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Florida State University’s Department of Art presents an exhibition of works by the 2024 Master of Fine Arts graduating class. The exhibit, called “SEVEN,” offers a diverse collection of contemporary artworks spanning from sculpture, cinema, painting and multimedia projects and features the work of Kimberly Maria Moran Brown, Kat Chudy, Athena Nugent, Channing Salazar, Iris Eve Schaer, Morgan Smith and Mimi Tran.

The exhibit will run from April 12 through May 4, with an opening reception from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, April 12. The artists also invite the public to a meet-and-greet followed by a series of artist talks from 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18, at the Museum of Fine Arts.

“Each of the seven artists brings forth their distinct narratives as well as the culmination of three years of artistic research,” said Meredith Lynn, assistant professor of art and curator. “They invite audiences to engage with their themes of cultural identity, migration, memory, and the body.”

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 04/02/2024

MFA Candidate Spotlight: Athena Nugent!!

Athena Nugent creates minimalistic drawings and sculptures referring to self and memory. Her work is an exploration of growth and unpacks layers of childhood trauma and abuse. Nugent uses a variety of mediums in her drawings, including charcoal, thread and alternative photography.

See more work of the FSU Department of Art’s 2024 Master of Fine Arts graduating class at “SEVEN”, an exhibition featuring Kimberly Maria Moran Brown, Kat Chudy, Athena Nugent, Channing Salazar, Iris Eve Schaer, Morgan Smith, and Mimi Tran. The exhibit will run April 12 through May 4, with an opening reception on April 12 from 6-8pm. The artists also invite the public to join them for a meet and greet followed by a series of artist talks from 5-7:30 p.m. on Thursday April 18 at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 03/29/2024

BFA Student Exhibition: Bite From the Apple Opening at Gadsden Arts Center & Museum!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

The vibrant creativity and transformative journey of emerging visual artists and designers from Florida State University’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) program take center stage at the “Bite From the Apple” exhibition. Presented at the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum in the Munroe Family Community Gallery from March 30 to June 15, 2024, this mixed media showcase celebrates the culmination of years of dedication, exploration, and artistic growth.

Organized by award-winning artist and professor, Carrie Ann Baade, alongside artist and BFA student, Nicolina Morra, “Bite From the Apple” features the current work of BFA students graduating in 2023 to 2025. The exhibition presents a diverse range of media, including painting and fiber, providing viewers with a glimpse into the innovative practices and creative endeavors of FSU’s emerging artists.

“At Florida State University, we are committed to fostering creativity and innovation in the arts, and the ‘Bite From the Apple’ exhibition exemplifies the remarkable talent and dedication of our BFA students,” said Professor Baade. “Under the guidance of our esteemed faculty mentors, these students have explored new horizons and pushed the boundaries of their artistic practice, resulting in a captivating showcase of their diverse talents.”

Photos from FSU Department of Art's post 03/28/2024

MFA Candidate Spotlight: Kim Brown!!

Kimberly Maria Moran Brown is a Panamanian-American artist currently residing in Tallahassee, Florida. A weaver of stories and mythos, Moran Brown uses personal narratives and research on Ancient Central American culture and traditions to intermingle the past and present, creating her own mythology. Her work provides a safe haven for kindred souls living in the ‘betwixt and between’.

See more work of the FSU Department of Art’s 2024 Master of Fine Arts graduating class at “SEVEN”, an exhibition featuring Kimberly Maria Moran Brown, Kat Chudy, Athena Nugent, Channing Salazar, Iris Eve Schaer, Morgan Smith, and Mimi Tran. The exhibit will run April 12 through May 4, with an opening reception on April 12 from 6-8pm. The artists also invite the public to join them for a meet and greet followed by a series of artist talks from 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday April 18 at the Museum of Fine Arts.

03/27/2024

Meet Student Star Anna Speer! 🌟🎨

Anna, who is a studio art major and honors student, was recently featured as a Florida State University student star. She is currently working on an IDEA grant project exploring the effects of sensory deprivation floatation therapy on the creative process and making a series of small pastel drawings and large oil paintings based on her experiences.

Click the link below to learn more about Anna Speer and the other exceptional FSU Student Stars this month ✨
https://news.fsu.edu/student-stars/2024/03/25/anna-speer/

FSU Department of Art

03/23/2024

We want to see your art! All paintings, photographs, mixed media work, collages and prints inspired by our beautiful school are eligible for the show!
The best works will be featured at Strozier for the rest of the year. Go to fsulib.com/call-for-artists/ for more information.

03/22/2024

Florida State University News is running an excellent radio story on ‘Hit Me With Your Best Shot. Visionaries Selecting Visionaries’, an exhibition currently on view at Pen + Brush. The works included engage in a meaningful dialogue about what is at stake and constantly in play for women artists working today. FSU Professor Grace Aneiza Ali, Curator and Scholar, is a participating curator and the full FSU Studio Art MFA ‘23 cohort (Jenae Christopher, AnnaBrooke Green, Camille Modesto, nik rye, Chayse Sampy, and Chansong Woo) are exhibiting artists alongside many iconic figures. More to come. Please visit news.fsu.edu to tune in. Congratulations to all!!!

03/21/2024

FSU Alum Rachel Rossin (BFA ‘09) Featured Artist of 2024 YCC Party at Guggenheim Museum!! 🔥🔥🔥

LG x Guggenheim
Art + Technology Initiative
April 2, 2024

Courtesy of Guggenheim.org

An evening where digital and physical realms will converge at the Guggenheim Museum. For the 2024 YCC Party, artist Rachel Rossin will transform the iconic rotunda into a hybrid virtual environment.
 
The one-night-only dance party will feature a DJ set by The Muses, open bar, as well as a celebration of the annual LG Guggenheim Award. Attendees are encouraged to dress in digital glam fashion, and dazzle in radiant, metallic, and shimmering attire.
 
Funds raised from the evening will benefit the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Young Collectors Council Art Fund, which supports emerging and established contemporary artists, and directly impacts the museum’s permanent collection, groundbreaking exhibitions, and education initiatives. The YCC Party is presented by LG Display. The YCC 2024 Artist Collaboration with Rachel Rossin is supported by LG OLED.

The Young Collectors Council (YCC) is a dynamic group of young professionals ages 21–40 who seek to further their understanding of contemporary art through a dedicated calendar of curator-led programs and special events such as curator-led tours, artist interactions, private collection visits, and more.
 
The LG Guggenheim Art and Technology Initiative is a five-year, multifaceted collaboration between the Guggenheim and LG designed to research, honor, and promote artists working at the intersection of art and technology. Unique in its areas of concentration and approach, the initiative is an unprecedented investment in technology as an artistic medium. It enables the Guggenheim to broaden its investigations into this innovative field, providing essential support to the visionary artists who inspire new understandings of how technology shapes, and is shaped by, society.

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