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USF architecture student presents models to City of Sarasota
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
USF Architecture Students Reimagine Sarasota's Marina Jack Waterfront
Thirteen USF architecture students present final design proposals to the City of Sarasota for the redesign of Marina Jack Waterfront.
Ablenook stands assembled in a warehouse

Tuesday, December 10, 2019
USF-Patented Modular Dwelling Ablenook Officially Launches
Ablenook, a Tampa company founded by USF architecture alumni Sean Verdecia and Jason Ross in 2011, is officially releasing its modular dwelling units for sale and will have an Ablenook unit exhibited on the USF campus next year. 
James Suggs holds his instrument

Wednesday, December 04, 2019
Trumpet Player, USF Alumnus, and Adjunct Professor James Suggs Brings Global Performance Experience to His Students
James Suggs brings 30 years of experience as a trumpet player to his students at the USF School of Music. He has played in professional big bands, popular music groups, cruise ship performances, and, most recently, as a recording artist with his solo album, "You're Gonna Hear from Me."

College of The Arts News

headshot of Noelle Mason
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Professor of Art Noelle Mason Wins Solo Exhibition Award, Will Exhibit Works in Portland
USF Associate Professor of Art Noelle Mason is the winner of the Critical Mass 2019 Blue Sky Solo Show award for her series X-Ray Vision vs. Invisibility, a body of work about the phenomenological effects of vision technologies on the perception of undocumented immigrants.
headshot of Esra Akin Kivanc

Friday, January 10, 2020
USF Art History Professor Esra Akin-Kivanç Reconstructs History of Islamic Mirror Calligraphy

USF art history professor Esra Akın-Kıvanç is reconstructing the history of the Islamic mirror calligraphy called muthanna with her upcoming book Muthanna / Mirror Writing in Islamic Calligraphy: History, Theory, and Aesthetics.
headshots of David Williams and Jeanne Travers

Monday, January 6, 2020
USF Arts Faculty Recognized at 2019 Faculty Honors and Awards Reception 
David Williams and Jeanne Travers are two College of The Arts faculty members recognized at the university 2019 Faculty Honors and Awards Reception.