Artists in the Exhibition: Ali Codina, Blane de St. Croix, Jim Drain, Colby Katz, Karley Klopfenstein, Gean Moreno, Gavin Perry, Samantha Salzinger, Nancy Spielman, and Frances Trombly.
The South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists program is the largest regional government-sponsored grant in the United States, awarding $15,000 and $7,500 grants to resident visual and media artists from Broward, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach counties. Established in 1988, the Consortium has since awarded more than $2 million in fellowships to 172 artists.
There were ten Consortium winners for 2009, representing four of Florida’s five southeastern counties, working in diverse media from film to fibers, painting to photography, sculpture to assemblage/collage. The Consortium exhibition was presented in both the Ritter Art Gallery and Schmidt Center Gallery.
2009 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship Exhibition
Schmidt Center Gallery and Ritter Art Gallery:
Rod Faulds, Director, University Galleries, FAU>/p?
Ali Codina, Nancy Spielman, Jim Drain, Colby Katz, Karley Klopfenstein, Gean Moreno, Gavin Perry, Samantha Salzinger, Frances Trombly,
Size: 8 x 8" Catalogue
Pages: 28 pages
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Images (clockwise from left to right): Installation view of the Ritter Art Gallery; installation view of the Schmidt Center Gallery; opening in the Schmidt Center Gallery; installation views of the Ritter Art Gallery.
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