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Upcoming Exhibitions

The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum offers variety of exhibitions through-out the academic year. Please visit CEAM during the following exhibitions below:

Fall 2014 Student Portfolio Exhibition

Dec 11 – 13, 2014

Fall 2014 Student Portfolio Exhibition

Kelsey Spann (B.A.)
Untitled from Series Four, 2014
Collage, ink, gouache, pencil, and embroidery thread on paper

Opening Reception: Thursday, December 11, 5 to 9pm
Exhibition Hours: Friday, December 12, 10 to 4pm and Saturday, December 13, 10 to 2pm

We look forward to our bi-annual exhibition of Flagler College’s graduating fine art students working in a variety of mediums, including but not limited to drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed-media, video and installation. This semester’s Bachelor of Fine Arts Candidates are Kasha Fahy, Mahaly Grant, Andrea Heideman, Andrew Hollingsworth, Emily Lowell, Kevin Mahoney, and Aly Schaper. Bachelor of Arts graduating seniors include Kaitlin Barth, Michelle Behling, Bianca Borghi, Kat Carlton, Anthony Cerino, Katie Evans, Brenda McClary, Sara Pulsifer, Joshua Slinski, Kelsey Spann, and Zachary Wade.

Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay

Curated by Emily Arthur, Marwin Begaye and John Hitchcock

January 16 to February 28, 2015

Re-Riding History

Edgar Heap of Birds, "Numshim, Numshim, Numshim," 2014

Art Walk: Friday, February 6, 5 to 9pm
Project Website: Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Mantanzas Bay

Related Programs

Symposium: Thursday, February 12, 2015

The following artists and scholars have been invited to speak about the exhibition in a contemporary context and how the exhibition responds to historical events: Nancy Marie Mithlo, Ph.D. (Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Arts, Occidental College and Chair of American Indian Studies, Autry National Center Institute), Harry Mithlo (Artist and Apache Tribal Historian), Juanita Pahdopony (Artist &s; past President of Comanche Nation College, Lawton, OK), heather ahtone (Asst. Curator, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma-Norman), Edgar Heap-of-Birds (Artist, Professor of Native American Studies, University of Oklahoma), and Willie Johns (Cultural Specialist and Chief Justice of the Seminole Tribe of Florida)

Symposium Schedule:
10am – 12pm: Panel #1
2pm – 4pm: Panel #2
7pm – 8:30pm: Panel #3

More Information on the current exhibit:

Hand, Voice and Vision: Artists' Books from Women's Studio Workshop, Bourbon Street, and Currents/Correntes

Exhibition Details