Art Bash offers a wonderfully weird celebration of UF's School of Art and Art History, Nov. 16
Art Bash, a delightfully unusual celebration of the University of Florida School of Art + Art History, takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 16.
This free open-house event draws hundreds of curious attendees each year who participate in demonstrations, exhibitions and interactive projects in painting, printmaking, creative photography, sculpture, art education, art history, digital media, graphic design, drawing and more.
Events, demonstrations and art displays will be ongoing in classrooms, critique areas, hallways, galleries and the outdoor plaza in a casual fashion throughout the Fine Arts buildings and plaza, located on Southwest 13th Street between Little Hall and Broward Dining on UF's main campus.
This year there will be a screening of the documentary "Jerry + Maggie: This is not Photography,” from 6 to 9 p.m. in Fine Arts Building B. The documentary follows two photographers, Jerry Uelsman, UF professor emeritus, and wife Maggie Taylor, UF MFA photography ’87, and their journey as “surreal storytellers” through photography.
The Art History Association will be performing tableau vivant ‘living pictures’ in the courtyard in addition to hosting a table with information regarding the art history program.
Art Bash encourages discussion between students and the community and also introduces potential students to the school’s faculty, facilities and many programs.
For more information about Art Bash, please contact the School of Art + Art History at 352-392-0201.