In this hands-on workshop, KX2, the sister collaboration of artist Dana Kleinman and metalsmith Ruth Avra Kleinman, will help students merge metals with their imaginations by showing students a variety of beginner jewelry-making techniques and essential terminology. Ages 12 years and older. This event is free and open to the public. All materials provided and no prior experience is required. No advance registration required. First come, first served. Early arrival recommended as workshops fill up quickly. Seating is limited. Observers not permitted.
Lively book conversation on The Orchid Thief, a classic Florida must-read by Susan Orlean. Javier Barrios will join us live from Mexico City as we discuss his current exhibition Cloning the Ghost and its close … +
The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery and Exhibit Hall cordially invites you to the opening reception of Perceptual Tracking: A Color Space A collaborative installation by Leah Brown, Christian Feneck, and Peter Symons. On Thursday, … +
The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery & Exhibit Hall proudly presents Prism: an interdisciplinary view of LGBTQIA identity and diversity by using the arts as a catalyst for dialogue. Free and open to the public! … +
Exploring the art of poetry and learning how to use it to help aid in the art of communication. This workshop will focus on writing a poem that states exactly what you want to say, … +
Utilizing theatrical language, improv techniques, and personal narratives, this workshop aims to create brief performances of around five minutes or less. Participants will be able to explore memories and the richness of the Hispanic language … +
A zine-making workshop inspired by current exhibition Art after Stonewall,1969—1989. Zines are personal hand-crafted publications. Materials for the workshop will be provided. A perfect opportunity for those in the world f publications, art publications, art … +