Posted March 24, 2016
SVAD’s new relationship with the Orlando Science Center hosts rotating exhibitions featuring student work that explores themes in science. On view is two parallel SOLO shows by BFA student Clayton Dunklin and MFA Grad Forest DeBlois. Both artists share similar intellectual and emotional responses to the complex contemporary dilemma of human-animal relationships. In this shared exhibition, the artists are contributing works that complement the upcoming theme of Earth Day at the Orlando Science Center.
Clayton Dunklin is currently a BFA Studio Art major who is working on an Honors-In-the-Major Thesis through the UCF Honors College. He will present his Thesis Presentation at the Orlando Science Center SVAD Gallery on April 1 at 2:00 p.m. in his exhibition space.
Forrest DeBlois is currently working on His Masters of Fine Art Degree at the University of Central Florida. He is also known in for his site-specific images of endangered and extinct animals on public and private buildings in Florida.
There will be a Public Reception on April 23. 10:00 – 5:00pm in conjunction with OSC Earth Day Celebration and a Closing Reception June 11, 8pm-11pm as part of OSC Science Night Live Event.
For more info visit:
Orlando Science Center
UCF Art Gallery
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