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CFA: Creative B: Xavier Cortada's "Moving Water" Ritualistic Art Installation and Dedication

July 30, 2014 
Event Times: 2 p.m.
Venue: Other

Event Details:

Members of the community are invited to gather for the installation and dedication of Moving Water, a new 32-foot-long ceramic tile mural on UF's campus created by Miami artist Xavier Cortada that marks the Panama Canal Centennial by connecting it with the lives of present-day Floridians. The mural is the culmination of a project Cortada conducted with University of Florida engineering and art student to bring awareness of our impact on the environment by examining how much Florida has been transformed in the last 100 years. Attendees are invited to BYOW (bring your own water) collected locally and participate in a procession throughout campus that will end with the dedication of  the mural. For more details about how to participate, visit July 30, 2 p.m., procession begins at Library West on UF's campus and ends at the Computer Science & Engineering Building.


SoTD: Swamp Dance Fest! Premiere Performances 

July 31, 2014 - August 3, 2014 
Event Times: 7:30 p.m. July 31-Aug. 2; 2 p.m. Aug. 3
Venue: Other

Event Details:

Join us for the world premieres of new works created by this year's Swamp Dance Fest artists: Tiffany Rhynard, Colleen Thomas, Bill Young, Joshua Bisset and Laura Quattrocchi. A new work will also be premiered that was created in collaboration with Rhynard, Whitney Wilson and Miami-based installation artist Xavier Cortada on logging, consumerism and conservation. The performance takes place in the G-6 Studio located in the McGuire Pavilion. 

Tickets are $13 for UF students, UF faculty/staff and senior citizens; $17 for the general public and can be purchased through the University Box Office located at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center, by calling 352-392-1653 or at  


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