Book Published at Flying Horse Editions is in MoMA Exhibition

March 21, 2013  An artist’s book created at UCF’s Flying Horse Editions by James Siena, Sequence One, and was purchased by the Museum of Modern Art in 2011, is included in their current exhibition,”Abstract Generation: Now in Print.” Sequence One, which was printed and published by Flying Horse Editions, “is a hand-printed, double-sided...

Family Art: Steve and Theo Lotz featured in Pegasus Magazine

March 19, 2013  Theo Lotz didn’t attend UCF, but as he points out, he was educated there. While his father, Steve Lotz, served as the university’s first art professor, young Theo chased snakes and turtles around campus. “That was pretty much what was out there,” he remembers. “Someone told me once that I...

Poindexter Writes for Radiations Magazine

February 04, 2013  An article by Carla Poindexter was included in the Spring 2013 issue of Radiations Magazine. Her article, Humanities, Sciences Must be United for our Collective Success showcased examples of the arts and sciences coming together with the STEAM Exhibition: Searching for Ultimate Truth in Science and Art and a national...

Flying Horse Editions' Open House Just in Time for Remembering Valentine

February 02, 2013  Want to impress your loved ones this Valentine’s Day? Give them a handmade card – made on a fine-arts letterpress at UCF’s Flying Horse Editions. The opportunity to create the cards will be offered during the facility’s periodic open house on Thursday, Feb. 7, when visitors can see the downtown...

Robinson's photographs featured in Shijiazhuang Contemporary Art Museum

February 02, 2013  E. Brady Robinson’s work featured in new exhibit at Shijiazhuang Contemporary Art Museum in China. This exhibit is curated by Yan Li and opens Feb. 1st for one month featuring Robinson’s photographic documentary Desks as Portraits: An Inside Look at the DC Art World. This work was first featured in...

STEM-Inspired Artwork on Display at Otronicon

January 22, 2013  A STEAM Exhibition of paintings and posters created by collaborative teams of UCF art and science students heads to the Orlando Science Center this weekend for Otronicon, an interactive technology expo. The event runs now through Monday, Jan. 21. The artworks are all inspired by cutting-edge, STEM-related research of leading...

E. Brady Robinson's Work Among Top Ten DC Exhibit Photographs of 2012

January 08, 2013  Associate Professor E. Brady Robinson’s photograph “Jerusalem Model A.D. 66” was featured in Washington City Paper recently as among the top ten photographs in Washington, DC exhibits 2012 by Art Critic Louis Jacobson. The photo, from Robinson’s series “Scenes from Jesusland,” was on exhibit in “Click: Space & Time” last...

Alum's Experimental Film Screens in Brooklyn

January 08, 2013  UCF alum Metrah Pashaee’s new experimental video Talking Me was selected from 350 international submissions to screen at the Microscope Gallery’s now what program in Brooklyn. Talking Me is a cinematic Dadaist collage comprised of appropriations from online videos. By subtly manipulating preexisting pieces and choreographing these images to a...

E. Brady Robinson's Work Featured in Worldwide Photo Launch

December 31, 2012  Associate Professor E. Brady Robinson’s documentary “Desks as Portraits: An Inside Look at the DC Art World” has been featured in the launch of Art Photo Index which includes nearly 3,000 vetted photographers and photo-based artists from 85 countries with 12,000 images. Art Photo Index is owned and operated by...

Architecture Students Present Design Projects

December 18, 2012  On the evening of December 5th, students in UCF’s Bachelor of Design in Architecture program presented the final projects from their Design Studio 5 courses to a panel of local professionals, graduate students from UF’s CityLab, and UCF faculty, including Provost Tony Waldrop and Dean Jose Fernandez. Held in the...

E. Brady Robinson's Work Included in Washington DC Art Auction

November 30, 2012  Associate Professor E. Brady Robinson will have a photograph from her series “Transfer” included in the 9th Annual Transformer Art Auction, on exhibit tonight, Nov. 30th 2012 at The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The auction is presented by Diplomatic Chair, The Ambassador of Spain, His Excellency Ramón...

Haxton featured in solo exhibition

November 21, 2012  The work of David Haxton is featured in a new solo exhibition at Gavlak Gallery in Palm Beach. David Haxton: Selected Films and Videos, 1970 – 2012 is on display through December 12 with an opening reception on November 24. In the early 1970s, Haxton began making 16 mm films...

UCF Forum: Humanities, Sciences Must be United — for Our Collective Success

November 21, 2012  When Pablo Picasso presented his first cubist paintings to the world, even most educated people thought them hideous and irrational, yet his peers saw them to be ingenious. Likewise, Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity was equally baffling to the uninitiated. But to those who were knowledgeable about both art and...

The Sideshow of Side Show

October 22, 2012  UCF’s School of Visual Arts & Design and the Theatre Department are collaborating for an event themed around the theatre’s production of Side Show, a play based on conjoined twins. “The Sideshow of Side Show” is an exhibition of student-created and sideshow-themed artworks that will be displayed throughout the run...

Home Movie Day Offers Opportunity to View, Preserve Old Films

October 16, 2012  Remember those 50-year-old home movies collecting dust in the garage, or that box of old 8mm films in the closet? Now is the time to brush them off so they can be viewed and archived at the University of Central Florida’s fifth annual Home Movie Day on Oct. 20. The...

Film Department Plans Merge with Visual Arts School

October 15, 2012  The UCF film department is set to merge with the College of Arts and Humanities’ School of Visual Arts and Design this fall. The merger will be complete by the end of the 2013 spring semester and will swell the undergraduate body of SVAD to 2,052 and graduate students to...

Annual Show to Feature 30 Faculty Artists

October 08, 2012  New works by 30 faculty members of UCF’s School of Visual Arts & Design will be on display Oct. 18-Nov. 16 at their annual show in the UCF Art Gallery. The exhibit will present diverse ideas in a variety of media by professional artists and designers of national and international...

Florida Watercolor Society Selects UCF Art Student for Award

September 21, 2012  UCF art student Christie Gonzales was presented with a recent $1,000 scholarship for her work in watercolor painting by the Florida Watercolor Society at its 41st annual awards banquet in Orlando. Christie, a Bachelor of Fine Arts student majoring in painting and art history, is pursuing a teaching certificate in art...

UCF Art Gallery Hopes Outreach Exhibit is Catalyst for Community Engagement

August 31, 2012  If, as Pablo Picasso said, “Painting is just another way of keeping a diary,” then the upcoming exhibit at the UCF Art Gallery reflects the turbulent and optimistic pages from the lives of some young artists – children who are homeless, living in foster care or in other disadvantaged situations....

E. Brady Robinson Featured in Washington DC Exhibition

August 29, 2012  E. Brady Robinson will be featured in Untitled No. 3, a group exhibition presented by Randall Scott Projects in in Washington, DC. This special 3-day exhibition opens August 31st and will run through September 2nd. Randall Scott is a private dealer based in NY and DC with changing exhibition spaces,...