The University of Tampa
ANNUAL JURIED STUDENT ART EXHIBITION
March 27 – April 22. 2015
Opening Reception: Friday March 27, 7-9 pm
The Annual University of Tampa Juried Art Students Exhibition in Scarfone/Hartley Gallery is an opportunity to see fresh innovative work created by students. Included are paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, ceramics, sculpture, digital media, animations and mixed media.
Open to any University of Tampa student the exhibition is juried by the Fine Arts Faculty. All work is original and not previously displayed in Scarfone/Hartley Gallery.
This year’s judge is Noelle Mason
, University of South Florida Professor of Art. Outstanding individual students from the Juried Art Students Exhibition will be selected to receive a cash awards from the Las Damas de Arte and the Friends of the Gallery. We will be honoring the Friends of the Gallery and presenting the 2015 Patron gift by Kendra Frorup.
ERICA FREMMING, Video-Mapping/ Analog Video Installation
ALICE RODGERS, Spike Etching, ink on paper, relief print
MICHELLE TORRECH PEREZ,
Harry Ally Appropriation: Grace etching, mixed media
NICK OLIVERI , What Money??, spray paint
RYAN MACKENZIE , 7, photography
Programs are made possible with the support of
the Arts Council of Hillsborough County
the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners
and the University of Tampa Friends of the Gallery.
* The Gallery is located at 310 N Blvd
in R K Bailey Art Studios, University of Tampa campus
* Hours are: 10-4 Tues-Fri and 1-4 Sat. Closed National Holidays.
* Open to the public: there is no charge for admission to the gallery
The purpose of the University of Tampa, Scarfone/Hartley Gallery is
to exhibit works of art and have visiting artists as an extension of the classroom
providing students on campus and the community an opportunity to meet artists
and to view and study significant original works of art created by contemporary national,
international and regional artists. Events, lectures and performances that are intrinsic
to the arts are included in the programs.
Scarfone/Hartley Gallery ©2015