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James Rosenquist, Tampa-New York 1188, 1974-1975. Published by Graphicstudio, University of South Florida Collection. Artwork © 2017 James Rosenquist Estate/Licensed by VAGA, New York. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

Thursday, November 16, 2017
Artist James Rosenquist put Tampa on the map. See his work at USF.
James Rosenquist put Tampa on the art world map, literally. His 1974 lithograph Tampa-New York 1188, created at the University of South Florida's printmaking workshop, Graphicstudio, brought Tampa to the notice of first-rank museums, collectors, critics and historians.

Professor McArthur freeman sculpts with virtual reality equipment

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Professor McArthur Freeman Explores New Possibilities in Art
McArthur Freeman, assistant professor of animation and digital arts, works as an artist and educator at the exciting confluence of art and emerging technologies.

portrait of Izabel Galliera

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Art History Alumna Izabel Galliera Authors New Book
Art history alumna Dr. Izabel Galliera has authored a new book titled Socially Engaged Art After Socialism: Art and Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe.

USF Dance students dancing in a project by USF Dance Professor Andee Scott

Thursday, November 09, 2017
USF Dance Professor Andee Scott Brings Dance to New Spaces
Curated by Andee Scott, a dance professor at the University of South Florida, the project was created through a Stretch Grant awarded by Creative Pinellas in an attempt to bring dance to new spaces.

Portraits of Dr. Jerri Edwards (left) and Dr. Jennifer Bugos (right)

Monday, November 06, 2017
Music and Medicine Faculty Receive $2.25M NIH Grant to Study Music as a Cognitive Intervention in Older Adults
Dr. Jerri Edwards and Dr. Jennifer Bugos have received a grant of $2.25 million from the National Institutes of Health to study music training as a cognitive intervention in older adults.

Portrait of USF Theatre alumna, Grace Byers

Monday, October 23, 2017
"Empire" Star and USF Theatre Alumna, Grace Byers, Addresses USF Women in Leadership and Philanthropy Supporters
USF theatre alumna and "Empire" star Grace Byers addresses USF Women in Leadership & Philanthropy supporters on "finding grace" at a recent luncheon.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017
Artist and Alumna Katina Bitsicas to Exhibit at Public Art Festival in Orlando
Katina Bitsicas, artist and School of Art and Art History alumna, will exhibit her film "La Petite Eat" at the Art in Odd Places 2017: NOISE/Orlando festival November 10-12