Between Earth and Sky

October 19 – November 9, 2012
Tempus Projects, Tampa FL

This exhibit marks the first showing by the Tampa photography collective. The goal of the collective is to be a support system for each member’s individual art practice, while serving as a relaxed place to fellowship with peers. The group also strives to engage the local creative community through exhibitions and talks.

October 19 – November 9, 2012
Tempus Projects, Tampa FL

Exhibition by the Tampa Photography Collective

Tampa- Opening reception Friday, October 19, 2012 from 7-10pm :: Between Earth and Sky is the first exhibition by the Tampa Photography Collective comprised of Wendy Babcox, Jeremy Chandler, Adam Ekberg, Becky Flanders, Noelle Mason, Forrest MacDonald, Chris Otten, Kym O’Donnell and James Reiman. For the past year, the group has gathered monthly at the Tempus Projects space to share and discuss new work. The goal of the collective is to be a support system for each member’s individual art practice, while serving as a relaxed place to fellowship with peers. The group also strives to engage the local creative community through exhibitions and talks.

Skyround :: Noelle Mason

This exhibition remains on display throughout November 9, with gallery hours available by appointment. Contact Tracy Midulla Reller at tempusprojects.art@gmail.com to schedule or call 813.340.9056. Tempus Projects is located at 5132 N. Florida Ave. Tampa FL 33603

TEMPUS PROJECTS, winner of Creative Loafing’s 2012 Best of the Bay award for Best Art Gallery, is an artist-run project space, housed in a converted garage on the back lot of a commercial property, in the South Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa, Florida. TEMPUS PROJECTS is dedicated to nurturing both established and emerging local, national and international artists via exhibitions and events. The project promotes artists working in all media and organizes exhibitions that engage the local community through the visual arts. Tempus is also available for private meeting, events and parties. Learn more at www.tempus-projects.com


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Sand in the Vacuum: MFA 2012 Graduation Exhibition

March 30 – May 5, 2012
The exhibition features Master’s research project work by Master of Fine Art candidates in the USF School of Art and Art History, and provides an opportunity to have their work viewed by the public, as well as University faculty and colleagues, in a professional environment.

March 30 – May 5, 2012
USF Tampa, Contemporary Art Museum

The exhibition features Master’s research project work by Master of Fine Art candidates in the USF School of Art and Art History, and provides an opportunity to have their work viewed by the public, as well as University faculty and colleagues, in a professional environment.

usf cam

Artists being exhibited are; Biff Bolen, Megan Hildebrandt, Jay Hollick, Sarah Kelly, Shane M. Maberry, Forrest MacDonald, Cynthia Mason, Taylor Pilote, Scott Rosenberg, Serhat Tanyolacar

OPENING RECEPTION + AWARDS
Friday, March 30 (7–9pm)
USF Contemporary Art Museum, CAM

Join them at 7pm as Margaret Miller, Director of IRA/CAM introduces the graduating MFA artists, and Wallace Wilson, Director of the USF School of Art and Art History, announces the award winners for the 36th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition and Art History Research Paper Competition installed in the School of Art and Art History (FAH102), and invites attendees to ArtHouse next door (FAH) at 8–11pm for open studios, music and more, after the CAM event.

Exhibition Hours: 10am–5pm M–F; 1–4pm Sat; Closed Sundays and USF Holidays; Free admission to all events

The Institute for Research in Art is recognized by the State of Florida as a major cultural institution and receives funding through the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and the National Endowment for the Arts. The USF Contemporary Art Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums.


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