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people interact with Swanson's installation, "Oscillation"
Friday, July 12, 2019
USF Architecture Graduate Ryan Swanson Exhibits "Oscillation" Installation in Clearwater
USF architecture graduate Ryan Swanson exhibits his interactive installation Oscillation at Station Square Park in Clearwater.

photographic artwork by Travis Pendergrass depicting a memorial service in Iraq
Thursday, June 13, 2019
Photography, Art Help USF Graduate Travis Pendergrass Earn Degree and Cope With PTSD
Soldier Stories, an exhibition by combat veteran and USF art alumnus Travis Pendergrass, helps the artist cope with painful memories from his service in Iraq.
Zoe Lewis on stage at the 2019 USF College of The Arts Graduation Celebration

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
USF Theatre Alumna Zoe Lewis to Intern at Williamstown Theatre Festival and Portland Stage
This summer, USF theatre graduate Zoe Lewis sets off to intern as a stage manager and production assistant at the celebrated Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts. In August, she begins another internship in Maine at Portland Stage.


 
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Sculpture works by Christopher Minot and Babs Reingold in 'Skyway: A Contemporary Collaboration' at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, 2017.
Monday, July 8, 2019
Creative Loafing: The Popular 'Skyway' Collaborative Exhibition Returns to Build Bridges Between Tampa Bay Artists
The USF Contemporary Art Museum joins the Tampa Museum of Art, St. Pete's Museum of Fine Arts, and the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art for Skyway 2020, a collaborative juried art exhibition celebrating the work of Tampa Bay artists.

studio portrait of Victor Fung

Wednesday, June 26, 2019
USF Professor of Music Education Victor Fung Studies Seniors in Japan as Fulbright Scholar
USF professor of music education Victor Fung is working on a Fulbright research project to investigate senior citizens’ music participation and quality of life in Japan.
the four members of the Arts, Vision, and Leadership panel at the Tampa Forum on the Arts

Thursday, June 20, 2019
Mayor Jane Castor’s Forum on the Arts Taps USF Arts Leadership to Advise Growing the Arts in Tampa
Newly-elected Tampa mayor Jane Castor invited local arts leaders, including the USF College of The Arts's Institute for Research in Art director Margaret Miller, to a forum on arts at the HCC campus to address how to grow the arts in Tampa.

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