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The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU\, presents Contemporary Families in Miami: A Photo A lbum\, an interactive project between Lorna Otero and South Florida re sidents. Otero\, a Puerto Rican artist who also works as a theater and tele vision producer\, utilizes her talents to construct a tree in one of the mu seum's galleries that extends from floor to ceiling. The leaves of this tre e feature dozens of photographs taken by South Florida families engaged in shared activities such as daily meals\, family outings and other routines.< /p>\n

To create these leaves\, the artist i s seeking photographs to include in the project. Families are encouraged to submit photographs featuring shared family activities.

The a rtist also encourages the public to visit the museum to view the resulting exhibition and to participate in its accompanying interactive components. C onceived as an ongoing project\, the exhibition will allow for some of the photos to be taken inside the gallery by visitors of the museum during set times. A weekend long interactive performance by selected visitors will rec reate family activities\, such as shared family time over dinner and a livi ng room setting in the first floor café\; space of the museum. Althou gh many feel the demands of contemporary life decrease "family time\," this exhibition strives to create and capture the essence of shared family mome nts within the walls of the museum.

This exhibition also incl udes the artist's interpretations and appropriations of famous female artis ts and their struggles with being an artist and societal and familial expec tations. This latest photographic series includes such artists as Marietta Robusti\, Lavinia Fontana\, Mary Stevenson Cassatt\, Lilly Martin Spencer a nd Leonora Carrington.

An earlier version of this project\, < em>Family's Photos curated by Laura Bravo at the Museo de Arte Contemp oraneo MAC in Puerto Rico included photographs from families all over the w orld. With Otero's latest version at the Frost Art Museum\, the project wil l begin to travel from city to city with the objective of including family photographs of each city's local population.

Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective (Adriana Herrera\, PhD &\; Willy Castellanos\, Art Historian)\, this exhibition serves as an interactive community art projec t and as a research strategy that explores the collective images of contemp orary families living in a multicultural city.

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Please click here for more information on h ow to submit photos.

DTEND:20150830 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150506 GEO:25.7534653;-80.3733264 LOCATION:The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum\,10975 SW 17th Street \nMi ami\, FL 33199 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Contemporary Families in Miami: A Photo Album\, Lorna Otero UID:384856 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Andy Warhol (1928&ndash\;1987) depicted the world with the volume turned up. Employing a seemingly endles s palette\, his work has challenged our perceptions of popular culture\, po litics\, and consumerism for more than fifty years. Warhol was the central figure of American pop art\, a movement that emerged in the late 1950s in r eaction to the heroism of abstract expressionism. Warhol and his contempora ries sought to eradicate the notion of the &ldquo\;genius artist&rdquo\; an d downplay the role of originality in art\, adopting mechanical means of ge nerating images such as screenprinting\, which theoretically allowed for an endless reproduction of images. In drawing inspiration from the rapidly ch anging world around them\, pop artists sought to be more inclusive in their subjects\, and more aware of the day-to-day conditions of contemporary exi stence.

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Spanning three decades of War hol&rsquo\;s career\, this exhibition features some of the artist&rsquo\;s most iconic screenprints\, including his portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Ma o Zedong\, the splashy camouflage series\, and the controversial Electric C hair portfolio. Drawn exclusively from the rich collections of Jordan Schni tzer and his family foundation\, In Living Color is divided into five secti ons&mdash\;experimentation\, emotion\, experience\, subversion\, and attitu de. In each\, Warhol&rsquo\;s work is placed in conversation with that of o ther artists of the postwar era who use color as a tool to shape how we int erpret and respond to images\; these include Louise Bourgeois\, Chuck Close \, Keith Haring\, and Frank Stella.

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M ore than twenty years after his death\, Andy Warhol remains one of the most influential figures in contemporary art and culture. Warhol&rsquo\;s life and work inspires creative thinkers worldwide thanks to his enduring imager y\, his artfully cultivated celebrity\, and the ongoing research of dedicat ed scholars. His impact as an artist is far deeper and greater than his one prescient observation that &ldquo\;everyone will be world famous for fifte en minutes.&rdquo\; His omnivorous curiosity resulted in an enormous body o f work that spanned every available medium and most importantly contributed to the collapse of boundaries between high and low culture.

DTEND:20150920 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150620 GEO:27.9495729;-82.4615801 LOCATION:Tampa Museum of Art\,120 Gasparilla Plaza \nTampa\, Florida 33602 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation\, Andy Warhol UID:384829 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150620T170000 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150620T110000 GEO:27.9495729;-82.4615801 LOCATION:Tampa Museum of Art\,120 Gasparilla Plaza \nTampa\, Florida 33602 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation\, Andy Warhol UID:384830 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Between the 1830s and the end of the First World War\, American art came into its own. From the majestic Hudson River School paintings of Thomas Cole\, John Kensett\, and Albert Bi erstadt to the gritty urban realism of Robert Henri and John Sloan\, this p resentation draws on the rich holdings of American paintings and sculptures in the collection of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. This selection of mo re than 50 paintings and eight sculptures highlights the maturation of a di stinctly American idiom\, one informed by international currents and engage d with capturing the fluxes of modern life. Masterpieces of landscape\, gen re\, still-life\, and portraiture\, punctuated by a selection of sculptures \, trace an evolution in style from an art driven by the mandates of westwa rd expansion to one animated by experimentation. In both idealized and natu ralistically rendered landscapes\, in scenes of everyday life\, or meticulo usly detailed images of everyday objects\, the presentation also narrates a n important chapter in American cultural history that witnessed the Civil W ar and its aftermath\, the expansion of national boundaries and the closing of the western frontier\, and the transformations wrought by the emergence of new technologies at the dawn of the 20th century.

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This exhibition has been organized by the Santa Barbara Mu seum of Art.

DTEND:20150906 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150613 GEO:27.9495729;-82.4615801 LOCATION:Tampa Museum of Art\,120 Gasparilla Plaza \nTampa\, Florida 33602 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The American Spirit: Painting and Sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art\, Thomas Cole\, John Kensett\, Albert Bierstadt\, Robert Henr i\, John Sloan UID:384827 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150613T170000 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150613T110000 GEO:27.9495729;-82.4615801 LOCATION:Tampa Museum of Art\,120 Gasparilla Plaza \nTampa\, Florida 33602 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The American Spirit: Painting and Sculpture from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art\, Albert Bierstadt\, Thomas Cole\, Robert Henri\, John Kenset t\, John Sloan UID:384828 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

One of the most popular Americ an artists of the past century\, Norman Rockwell (1894&ndash\;1978) was a k een observer of human nature and a gifted storyteller. \; For nearly se ven decades\, while history was in the making all around him\, Rockwell chr onicled our changing society in the small details and nuanced scenes of ord inary people in everyday life\, providing a personalized interpretation&mda sh\;albeit often an idealized one&mdash\;of American identity. \; His d epictions offered a reassuring visual haven during a time of momentous tran sformation as our country evolved into a complex\, modern society. \; R ockwell&rsquo\;s contributions to our visual legacy\, many of them now icon s of American culture\, have found a permanent place in our national psyche .

DTEND:20150531 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150307 GEO:27.9495729;-82.4615801 LOCATION:Tampa Museum of Art\,120 Gasparilla Plaza \nTampa\, Florida 33602 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell\, Norman Rockwell UID:384826 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Emerson Dorsch presents Ha bit: the politics of repetition with works by Jenny Brillhart\, Sol Le Witt\, and Frances Trombly.

Jenny Brillhart lives and works in Miami\, FL\, and holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Paintin g from New York Academy of Art and a Bachelors of Arts in American History from Smith College. She studied painting and drawing at University of New H ampshire and the Art Students League of New York. Brillhart has had three s olo exhibitions at Emerson Dorsch\, Noonday in 2014\, Material in 2011\, and New Work in 2009. Recent solo shows include Accumulation at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood\, Hollywood\ , FL (2013)\; and An Extra Space at Kuckei + Kuckei\, Berlin\, Ger many (2013). Selected group exhibitions include Miami Cityscapes a t Frost Museum of Science\, Miami\, FL (2015)\; Flat Prospects an Outdoor Installation at History Miami\, Miami\, FL (2014)\; Room Servic e at Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden\, Germany (2014)\; Cutouts< /em> at Dimensions Variable\, Miami\, FL (2013)\; ARCO Madrid with Kuckei + Kuckei\, Madrid\, Spain (2013)\; Good and Plenty at Art Center So uth Florida\, Miami Beach\, FL (2010)\; New Work Miami at Miami Ar t Museum\, Miami\, FL (2010)\; Florida Contemporary 2010 at Naples Museum of Art\, Naples\, FL (2010)\; Die Sprache der Dinge - Niederlan dische Stilleben der Sammlung SOR Rusche im Dialog mit Kunst der Gegenwart< /em> at Anhaltinischen Gemaldegalerie\, Dessau\, Germany (2008)\; and G roup Show at Roemerapotheke Gallery\, Zurich\, Switzerland (2007). Jen ny was awarded an artist residency at Vermont Studio Center. Recent press i ncludes The Miami Herald\, Ocean Drive Magazine\, Orl ando Weekly\, New American Paintings\, INFORADIO Berlin\, The Financial Times (Germany)\, Berliner Zeitung\, and Miami Sunpost. Her works are included in the collections of Ke ith Flaherty\, Jeremy Chestler\, Upstairs Studio\, Nick Brownlee\, Robin T. and Stuart Ray\, Joachim Schloesser\, Loren Roberts\, Brooke Feder\, and F ifty Cent.

Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) was born i n Hartford\, Connecticut\, and lived and worked in various locations includ ing New York\, Spoleto\, Italy and Chester\, Connecticut. Lewitt was linked to various movements\, including Conceptual art and Minimalism\, both of w hich he is regarded a founder along with Ad Reinhardt\, Tony Smith\, Donald Judd\, John McCracken\, Agnes Martin\, Dan Flavin\, and Robert Morris\, am ong others. His two and three-dimensional work includes wall drawings\, wor ks on paper\, galler-sized installations\, and monumental outdoor pieces. H e has been the subject of hundreds of solo exhibitions in museums and galle ries around the world since 1965. His works are found in some of the most i mportant museum collections including Tate Modern\, London\, the Van Abbemu seum\, Eindhoven\, National Museum of Serbia in Belgrade\, Centre Georges P ompidou\, Paris\, Hallen fur Neue Kunst Schaffhausen\, Switzerland\, Austra lian National Gallery\, Canberra\, Australia\, Guggenheim Museum\, the Muse um of Modern Art\, New York\, Dia:Beacon\, the National Gallery of Art\, Wa shington D.C.\, and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Frances Trombly was born in Miami\, FL\, where she lives and works\, and co-directs Dimensions Variable\, an artist-run space. She received a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and completed res idencies at the Capri Palace in Anacapri\, Italy in 2009 and the Vermont St udio Center in 2007. Trombly has exhibited throughout the US\, as well as v enues abroad\, including an installation at Socrates Sculpture Park in New York and numerous group exhibitions. Recent exhibitions of her work include Frances Trombly: Over and Under at Locust Projects\, Miami (2013) \; Americana: Formalizing Craft at Perez Art Museum Miami (2013)\; United States at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (2012)\; Not Paintings at Shoshana Wayne Gallery\, Santa Monica\, CA (2011)\; Come Together at Bass Museum of Art\, Miami Beach\, FL (2011)\; Ev erything and Nothing at Goldie Paley Gallery\, Moore College of Art &\; Design\, Philadelphia (2011)\; Paintings at Girls Club\, Fort Laud erdale\, Florida (2010)\; New Work Miami at Miami Art Museum\, Mia mi\, FL (2010)\; and A Point From Which to Start at Galeria Casas Riegner\, Bogota\, Colombia (2010). Her work has been featured in various p ublications including The New York Times\, Art Papers\, < em> Sculpture Magazine
\, Surface Design Journal\, and The Los Angeles Times and is in the permanent collection of the Perez Art Museum Miami and Museum of Contemporary Art\, North Miami\, Florida\, as w ell as in private collections throughout the United States. In 2009\, she r eceived a South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual &\; Me dia Artists.

DTEND:20150530 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150416 GEO:25.7999146;-80.1981397 LOCATION:Emerson Dorsch\,151 NW 24th Street \nMiami\, Florida 33127 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Habit: the politics of repetition\, Jenny Brillhart\, Sol LeWitt\, Frances Trombly UID:384825 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150530 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150501 GEO:25.7326119;-80.2583978 LOCATION:The Americas Collection\,4213 Ponce de Leon Blvd. \nMiami\, FL 331 46 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Between Lines & Planes\, Carolina Cerverizzo UID:384823 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150530 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150501 GEO:25.7326119;-80.2583978 LOCATION:The Americas Collection\,4213 Ponce de Leon Blvd. \nMiami\, FL 331 46 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Place Where I Live\, Gabriela Cassano UID:384822 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Pan American Art Projects is v ery pleased to announce its next concurrent exhibitions for the months of M ay and June. The first one will be STATE OF FEAR\, a solo s how by Luis Cruz Azaceta. Our collateral show is The Art of War\, a collect ive show that presents a selection of works by different artists who have m ade works within the theme of war.

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The Art of War
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War\, violence and death have become part of contemporary life\, affecting people not only in conflict areas but globally. The nature and impact of the media attention is also a contributing factor in the internationalization of armed conflict s\; we can see from the comfort of our living rooms the battle field in the Middle East.
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The Art of War is a compendium of works by c ontemporary artists who have addressed this war and conflict in their works . Paraphrasing the title of the famous book of strategy by Sun Tzu &ndash\; we are bringing together pieces by artists who have illustrated the theme of war and its consequences.
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Some of them\, like Gustav o Acosta\, appropriate images from the media that are related to the ev ents of war. Others\, like Ana Fabry and Meira Marrero &\; Jos e Toirac (M&\;T)\, are inspired by events related to the history of their respective countries. Leó\;n Ferrari and Ronald Moran us e toys and the innocence of childhood as part of their pieces\, calling our attention towards the early introduction to violence into our lives.
DTEND:20150628 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150507 GEO:25.800557;-80.199248 LOCATION:Pan American Art Projects\,2450 NW 2nd Avenue \nMiami\, 33127 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Art of War\, Gustavo Acosta\, Luis Cruz Azaceta\, José Bedia\, Carlos Estévez\, Ana Fabry\, Tomás Espina\, León Ferrari\, Meira Marrero & Jose Toirac (M&T)\, Ronald Morán UID:384820 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
Pan American Art Projects is very pleased to announce its next concurrent exhibitions for the months of May and June. The first one will be STATE OF FEAR\, a solo show by Luis Cr uz Azaceta. Our collateral show is The Art of War\, a coll ective show that presents a selection of works by different artists who hav e made works within the theme of war.
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STATE OF FEAR. Luis Cruz Azaceta.
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The themes of war and destruction are not new to Luis Cruz Azaceta. His previous exhibition at Pan American Art Projects\, titled SHIFTING STATES\, was his reaction to the conflicts that arose from the so-called &ldquo\;Arab Spring&rdquo\;.His new series of works\, STATE O F FEAR\, deals with a similar situation occurring in the Middle East. Accor ding to the artist:
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&ldquo\;STATE OF FEAR is a resp onse to the current conditions in the Middle East. These works address the chaos\, fragmentation\, displacement and death and their impact on the West &rdquo\;.
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Luis Cruz Azaceta was born in Ha vana\, Cuba\, in 1942\, and currently lives and works in New Orleans\, Loui siana. He was educated at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Azaceta is recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts\, Washington\, D.C\; the Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Grant\, New York\, the Pollock Krasner Award \; and the New York Foundation for the Arts Awards\, among others. His work can be found in collections such as The Museum of Modern Art\, New York\; The Metropolitan Museum of Art\, New York\; The Museum of Fine Arts Boston\ , Massachusetts\; the Whitney Museum of American Art\, New York\; The Smith sonian Institute of Art\, Washington\, DC\; The Miami Art Museum\, Miami\, Florida\; The Houston Museum of Fine Arts\, Houston\, Texas and the Tucson Museum of Art\, Arizona\, among others.
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DTEND:20150628 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150507 GEO:25.800557;-80.199248 LOCATION:Pan American Art Projects\,2450 NW 2nd Avenue \nMiami\, 33127 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:State of Fear\, Luis CruzAzaceta UID:384819 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150622 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150509 GEO:25.790205;-80.194132 LOCATION:Fredric Snitzer Gallery\,1540 NE Miami CT \nMiami\, Florida 33132 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Seinfeld [ a show about nothing ]\, Alice Aycock\, Hernan Bas\, Raf ael Domenech\, Ridley Howard\, Alexander Kroll\, Jonathan Pylypchuk UID:384818 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

An exhibition featuring bright and joyous selections from Christian Awe\, Douglas Freed\, Juan Raul Hoyos \, Ricardo Pelaez\, Alejandra Puga\, Andrea Dasha Reich\, and many others.< /p> DTEND:20150606 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150507 GEO:25.799433;-80.198744 LOCATION:Etra Fine Art\,2315 NW 2nd Ave. \nMiami\, FL 33127 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Vibrancy of Spring\, Ricardo Pelaez\, Juan Raul Hoyos\, douglas freed\, Christian Awe\, Alejandra Puga\, Andrea Dasha Reich UID:384817 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

For this Art@CMS exhibition\, works were selected from artist/scientist collaborations as well as video a rtists who were invited to create pieces inspired by the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment. The CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world&rsquo\;s largest and most powerful particle accelerator\, at CERN\, the Eu ropean Laboratory for Particle Physics that sits astride the Franco-Swiss b order near Geneva. CERN is one of the world&rsquo\;s largest and most respe cted centers for scientific research. It operates the largest particle phys ics laboratory in the world where physicists and engineers are probing the fundamental structure of the universe. They use the most complex scientific instruments to study the basic constituents of matter&mdash\;the fundament al particles&mdash\;that provide insights into the fundamental laws of natu re. CMS is designed to measure the properties of previously discovered part icles with unprecedented precision\, and be on the lookout for completely n ew\, unpredicted phenomena.

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DTEND:20150531 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150502 GEO:25.7902962;-80.13829 LOCATION:Art Center / South Florida\,800 / 810 / 924 Lincoln Road \nMiami B each\, FL 33139 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Matter: The Fundamental Particles\, Peter Çan Bellamy\, Xavier Cort ada\, Pete Markowitz\, Paco Falco\, Pierluigi Paolucci\, Alison Gill\, Ian Shipsey\, Chris Henschke\, Wolfgang Adam\, Michael Hoch\, Lindsay Olson\, D on Lincoln\, Paul Schuster UID:384816 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Lebanese artist Faten Safieddi ne will show her short film "La Chrysalide" and talk about her work.

\n< p style="text-align: justify\;">Ms. Safieddine lives and works in Marrakesh and Paris\, was educated at the Sorbonne and the Universite d&rsquo\;Abidj an and has shown her work throughout the Middle East\, France and Canada.\n

In addition to working as a photograph er and film maker\, Ms Safieddine is a journalist\, art critic and writer f ocusing on culture and history. In 1988 the Metropolitan Museum of Art comm issioned her to create a documentary on the restauration of the Minbar in t he Grand Mosque of Koutoubia. The documentary received the Image d&rsquo\;O r prize in France.

DTEND:20150602T193000 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150602T183000 GEO:26.6987365;-80.061843 LOCATION:Armory Art Center WPB\,1700 Parker Avenue \nWest Palm Beach\, 3340 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Film showing and lecture by Lebanese artist Faten Safieddine\, Fate n Safieddine UID:384815 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150702 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150606 GEO:26.6987365;-80.061843 LOCATION:Armory Art Center WPB\,1700 Parker Avenue \nWest Palm Beach\, 3340 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Drawing and Painting Student Exhibition UID:384813 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150605T200000 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150605T180000 GEO:26.6987365;-80.061843 LOCATION:Armory Art Center WPB\,1700 Parker Avenue \nWest Palm Beach\, 3340 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Drawing and Painting Student Exhibition UID:384814 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This exhibition will feature w ork by Armory students in the printmaking\, digital\, and related arts depa rtments.

DTEND:20150702 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150606 GEO:26.6987365;-80.061843 LOCATION:Armory Art Center WPB\,1700 Parker Avenue \nWest Palm Beach\, 3340 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Printmaking\, Digital\, and Related Arts Student Exhibition UID:384811 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150605T200000 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150605T180000 GEO:26.6987365;-80.061843 LOCATION:Armory Art Center WPB\,1700 Parker Avenue \nWest Palm Beach\, 3340 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Printmaking\, Digital\, and Related Arts Student Exhibition UID:384812 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

An annual event\, this show fe atures work produced by the graduating seniors of the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts of the Arts. Exhibition organized by the Alexander W. D reyfoos School of the Arts. Armory exhibitions are free and open to the pub lic.

DTEND:20150530 DTSTAMP:20150526T054920 DTSTART:20150523 GEO:26.6987365;-80.061843 LOCATION:Armory Art Center WPB\,1700 Parker Avenue \nWest Palm Beach\, 3340 1 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Dreyfoos Visual Arts-Digital Media Senior Exhibition UID:384810 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR