Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters
 

Fine Arts Gallery

EXPANDING PRINTMAKING:SOUTH FLORIDA ARTIST PRINTMAKERS -RUN PRESSES

Expanding Printmaking: South Florida Artist Printmakers - Run Presses

January 29 - March 6, 2021 | Opening: Friday, February 12, Noon-7 pm, by appt.

Ritter Art Gallery
Guest Curator: Carol Prusa, FAU Professor of Art & Joseph Velasquez, FAU Assistant Professsor of Art

 

 

Corridos Visuales: Tradition & Innovation in LatinX Printmaking

Corridos Visuales: Tradition & Innovation in LatinX Printmaking

February 12 – April 10, 2021

 

I Voted (Putin) aluminum Pin 2017 6 x 6 inches

Political Pandemonium: Presidential Pop Culture From 2008 Through 2020

October 1, 2020 - January 15, 2021

Virtual exhibition curated by Jane Caputi, Ph.D., Professor of Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies. Part of "University Galleries Presents: A Four Exhibition Look at Our Past, Present and Future Politics." Image: I Voted (Putin) aluminum Pin 2017 6 x 6 inches,  www.politicalpandemonium2020.com

 

Peggy Nolan, untitled (puberty), late 1990’s silver gelatin print

Why shouldn’t we talk about these things at the table? A Community Based Conversation with South Florida Artists

October 1, 2020 - January 15, 2021

Virtual exhibition co-curated by AdrienneRose Gionta and Jeanie Ambrosio. Part of "University Galleries Presents: A Four Exhibition Look at Our Past, Present and Future Politics."Image: Peggy Nolan, untitled (puberty), late 1990’s silver gelatin print, www.whyshouldntwe.com

 

Paul Peter Piech, Can I See Another’s Woe, William Blake, 1971 linocut print, 17.75 x 25.25 inches Reproduced with kind permission from the Paul Peter Piech Estate.

Paul Peter Piech: Activist Prints from the 1970s and ‘80s

October 1, 2020 - January 15, 2021

Virtual exhibition co-curated by Ashley Utley and Daniela Andrade. Part of "University Galleries Presents: A Four Exhibition Look at Our Past, Present and Future Politics." Image: Paul Peter Piech, Can I See Another’s Woe, William Blake, 1971 linocut print, 17.75 x 25.25 inches, Reproduced with kind permission from the Paul Peter Piech Estate. www.piechactivistprintsfau.com

 

Jay Vollmar Look Silly Today. Feel Good Tomorrow. Protect Yourself From Covid-19, 2020 poster, Graphic Business Solutions, erase.covid.com, Courtesy of FAU Libraries Special Collections

“I’m Not Bad, I’m Just Drawn That Way” The American Woman in 100 Years of Ephemera

October 1, 2020 - January 15, 2021

Virtual exhibition curated by Marnie Melzer. Part of "University Galleries Presents: A Four Exhibition Look at Our Past, Present and Future Politics." Image: Jay Vollmar Look Silly Today. Feel Good Tomorrow. Protect Yourself From Covid-19, 2020 poster, Graphic Business Solutions, erase.covid.com,  Courtesy of FAU Libraries Special Collections, www.imdrawnthatway.com

 

 

 

BFA Graphic Design Exhibition Spring 2020

ICOSA

Graphic Design Exhibition Spring 2020

Our class has chosen to be represented by the name ICOSA from the Greek prefix for “twenty.” (View Photo Gallery)

 

2020 ANNUAL JURIED STUDENT EXHIBITION

2020 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

Produced and Organized by FAU Students

The exhibition includes a variety of media including photography, drawing, painting, sculpture, sound, video, graphic design, architecture and multimedia installation. (Virtual Exhibition) (Read More)