USFCAM is pleased to present The Music Box: Tampa Bay, a musical architecture project by visiting artists New Orleans Airlift. An interactive public artwork that fuses architecture, engineering, history and music-making, The Music Box: Tampa Bay is a performance space and site for exploration, experimentation and discovery at the Community Stepping Stones site at Mann-Wagnon Park along the Hillsborough River in the Sulphur Springs neighborhood of Tampa.Read more "The Music Box: Tampa Bay"
I’m a Studio Arts major on my third year of college. I’ve always been interested in the inner workings of the art world, and curious about what it must be like to work in a museum. I applied for an internship at the USFCAM and thankfully I got it, however the best part is that […]Read more "An Intern’s Diary: Guest Post from Alejandra Gotera"
Guest blog post by Brittney Gaudet and Elizabeth Lee Have you ever heard of Meet Me at MoMA? Well, we as Honors College seniors and bio-medical sciences majors are trying to create a program inspired by it here at the USF Contemporary Art Museum. For those of you who may not know, Meet Me at MoMA […]Read more "Catch me at CAM! Engagement, Conversation and Art"
The Brazilian based artist Sandra Cinto has created an exhibition titled Chance and Necessity at University of South Florida’s Contemporary Art Museum (on display January 15 to March 5). The show consists of different media that complement each other in style and color, creating a cohesive visual array in CAM’s West Gallery. Three large canvases […]Read more "Randomness, Order, and Being: A Guest Post by Laura Colkitt"
On February 25 at 7 pm in the USF Patel Center, artist Caio Reisewitz and environmental engineer Matthew Verbyla will give a talk about water issues in Brazil. Matthew Verbyla wrote this blog post about his work in Brazil converting sewage sludge into usable fuel.Read more "Seeing the Value in “Waste”: A Guest Post by Matthew Verbyla"
Pictured above: Linda, 2015. Pigment print. Gonzales Family, 2015. Pigment print. Corine Vermeulen is a Dutch artist who recently completed a three-month residency at USFCAM. Her work explores the social, cultural, and economic influences that impact communities by documenting the lives of residents through her photography and their stories. Her photographs have been featured in several […]Read more "Telling a Story: Corine Vermeulen photographs the University Area"
Aya Tarek, an Egyptian graffiti artist and muralist, completed a mural at USFCAM during a residency at USF. In an interview with Aya, I was able to discuss the influences she drew from while making her work. Aya explained her interest in architecture and the experience of connecting to what’s around her. When it came to […]Read more "The Invisible Man in a Fluorescent Suit"