In the Loop
General News : Sep 19, 2016

Shop for #FridgeWorthy work while supporting SA+AH students

By Francesca Levy

If you’re looking for a new shopping and gallery experience, look no further than The Fridge - a pop-up shop for art and design works by SA+AH students, alumni, and faculty. The name is an homage to the tradition of hanging one’s best work on the refrigerator and will feature #fridgeworthy SA+AH art, design and related products.

UF faculty member Ariella Mostkoff, who has played a large role in creating The Fridge said, “We designed the shop for broad appeal with a range of styles, media, and price points so there will be something for everyone – even if it’s just to see our work. I am personally grateful to so many people for helping to make this happen and especially for the leadership and support of our school’s Friends group.”

Artists will receive a percentage of the sale price and the remainder of the profits will be donated to the Friends of the School of Art + Art History to promote more opportunities for SA+AH students. Mostkoff hopes that the success of this project will lead to many more opportunities for SA+AH students.

SA+AH is also doing an open call for submissions to student, alumni, faculty, and staff to be part of a curated selection of diverse works. Click here to learn more about how to submit your work.

You can find The Fridge at the Thornebrook Village on September 30, 2016 from 6–9pm as part of ArtWalk. It will also be open on October 1-2 from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. during the Art Festival at Thornebrook Village, as well as October 3–14 from 12–7pm. To learn more about the Fridge, visit

For more information on the event including extended hours and directions visit