- Date & Time
Thursday, October 13, 2016 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Tony Stallard's Alpha explores creativity at its source particularly in relation to public works of art. This installation will feature a collaborate piece with Dr. Nicole A. Horenstein, an Associate Professor at the University of Florida in the Chemistry Department. Stallard, who is a world-renowned public artist from England, will soon have his most recent public artwork installed on the University of Florida’s Campus. “Fullerene,” a work of steel that will soon grace the lobby of the new Chemistry Building.
Stallard has been working in the public artwork realm for the past twenty-five years. Having studied at the Camberwell College of Arts, the Wimbledon School of Art, and at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, he is well versed in site specific artworks and the professional use of public art. His works, which are installed and exhibited widely, often incorporate materials such as bronze, steel, and light.
Gary R. Libby Galleryis an 850-square-foot space that presents monthly exhibitions of student-curated exhibitions featuring student and alumni artworks. The Gary R. Libby Gallery is located adjacent to the lobby of the School of Art + Art History’s Fine Arts C. The gallery is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m.–5 p.m. and is closed weekends and holidays.
Daytime parking is available in reserved spaces between Fine Arts Building C (FAC) and Inner Road. From SW 13th Street, enter campus on Museum Drive. Turn right on Newell Drive, then right on Inner Road. Turn left into the parking lot behind FAC. The first three spaces on the left are reserved for gallery use. Parking permits are issued to gallery visitors in the University Gallery.
For More Information
Call University Gallery at (352) 273-3000.
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