- Date & Time
Wednesday, November 02, 2016 — through
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
This collaborative exhibition represents a partnership between the University of Florida International Center and the School of Art + Art History. The UF International Center Global Culture Photo Contest 2016 and Good Things Come in Small Packages will be on display in the Constance and Linton Grinter Gallery of International Art at the University of Florida from November 2 – 30, 2016.
The UF International Center held the 13th annual Global Culture Photography Contest and judges awarded a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each of the three categories: Study Abroad and Service Learning Students; International Students, Scholars and Employees; and Faculty, Staff and Alumni. Photo entries portray a global theme and contribute to the internationalization of the University of Florida.
Good Things Come in Small Packages is an international collaborative exhibition exchange between UF SA+AH’s areas of Ceramics and Graphic Design with Wuhan Textile University College of Art’s areas of Design Sculpture (Ceramics) and Graphic Design.
“In my role as a Chutian Scholar at Wuhan Textile University College of Art, I co-organized this exhibition of small scale sculptural and vessel objects made primarily of clay,” said Anna Calluori Holcombe, Professor of Ceramics, School of Art + Art History, Gainesville, Florida. “One of the most notable aspects of this exhibition is the wide range of ideas and materials that can be found among the works. Though the format is small, the pieces have a strong presence.”
About University Galleries
University Galleries is comprised of three art galleries that play an integral role in the teaching mission of the School of Art + Art History, College of the Arts at the University of Florida, as well as serving the entire UF and Gainesville community.
University Gallery (UG) presents primarily contemporary exhibitions that rotate every two to eight weeks. Its mission is to provide the greater Gainesville community with a contemporary venue that continually explores new directions in visual art. UG has collaborated with myriad UF colleges, community and regional entities in creating a trans-disciplinary venue for artwork that is relevant to the school’s teaching program as well as educational for all visitors.
Exhibitions feature nationally/internationally known artists in the fall, and an annual studio art faculty exhibition, juried student art show and two MFA graduating thesis project shows in the spring.
Gary R. Libby Gallery presents student-curated exhibitions that feature Florida artists, students and alumni. This venue offers skillfully organized exhibitions that allow students to learn about curation and exhibition design and visitors to view small focused shows that highlight contemporary art.
Constance and Linton Grinter Gallery of International Art presents student-curated exhibitions that feature international and multicultural artworks. This venue offers professionally organized exhibitions that allow students to learn about curation and exhibition design and visitors to view art and artifacts from across world cultures and time.
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, please contact the University Gallery at (352)273-3000 or visit our website at www.arts.ufl.edu/galleries.
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1523 Union Road
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