What’s the most exciting thing to happen to television since yesterday? An interview with the director of the USF Institute for Research in Art, Margaret Miller, of course! Margaret speaks ‘off the cuff’ about the The Andy Warhol Legacy Project exhibition which is on view until December 15, 2012 at USFCAM. You’ll have to watch and see if she’s said anything about the 47% of American’s who don’t love art*! You can catch the conversation on BayNews9 tomorrow morning starting in the “On the Town” segment.
When to Watch!
Friday, September 21 | Starts @5:45am – 4:00pm EST
BayNews9 “On the Town” segment
More about The Andy Warhol Legacy Project…
The Andy Warhol Legacy Project is an exhibition of 106 Polaroids and 50 gelatin silver prints the USF Contemporary Art Museum received in 2008 as a gift from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, as part of the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program. The portraits, celebrity snapshots, couples, nudes, painting ideas, party photos, still lifes, and outdoor scenes that make up the gift demonstrate the range of Warhol’s interests.
*Not an actual statistic.