Join us on Thursday, June 13, 2017 at 6 pm at CAM for An Ekphrastic Evening. Writers from USF Creative Writing in the Department of English will read ekphrastic works in response to pieces from Black Pulp! and Woke!, and Commune + Co. will be providing free pressure brewed ice coffee. Here are three works among […]Read more "July 13, Art Thursday: An Ekphrastic Evening at CAM"
Cover image: The Black Panther Party Newspaper, March 9, 1969 “They are in effect still trapped in a history which they do not understand and until they understand it, they cannot be released from it.” James Baldwin My Dungeon Shook: Letter to My Nephew on the One Hundredth Anniversary of Emancipation, 1963 On June […]Read more "Prints Providing a Catalyst for Change: A Guest Post by Erin Hughes, MA Candidate"
Felandus Thames, I’m Neutral, 2010 inkjet print, acrylic, and rock salt on museum board 27 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches Whenever I see black face or any racist caricature of black people, I am reminded of how the world has perceived and continues to perceive black people. It does not shock me as much now […]Read more "To Be Faceless: Caricature & Racial Identity. A Guest Post by Tyra Mishell, BA Undergraduate"
To commemorate the 2017 MFA thesis exhibition Every Disaster Made Us Wish For More, the USF graduate artists and art historians collaborated to produce a professional exhibition catalogue. This year marked the third occasion that USF artists and art historians created a catalogue, continuing a tradition that was founded by the exceptional efforts of previous […]Read more "Writing for Disaster: A Guest Post by James Cartwright"
As part of its mission to bring vital, investigative and scholarly exhibitions to the Tampa Bay area, the USF Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) has developed an innovative web-based visual literacy program that integrates social studies and contemporary art in an examination and discussion of critical societal issues. The specially designed curriculum is introduced to local […]Read more "InsideART: USFCAM’s Art and Social Studies Curriculum"
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"