Flagler's Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will host a one-night exhibition of video art on March 29.
March 19, 2013
Flagler College’s Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will host a one-night exhibition of video art on Friday, March 29 at 7 p.m.
Co-organized by fine art and graphic design student Ryan Tempro and Patrick Moser, department chair of art and design, “Capture” will include selected video-based works by artists from throughout the United States and abroad, including Flagler College’s own Maya de Ceano-Vivas.
Tempro will introduce the videos, which will be shown in two parts, and will briefly discuss the genesis of this project.
Artists included: Benjamin Bellas - Chicago, IL; Ellen Wetmore - Madison, WI; Erin Labonte - Manitowoc, WI; Maya de Ceano-Vivas – St. Augustine, FL; Diego Pineros Garcia – Bogota, Colombia; Kris Pierce – Fort Worth, TX; Philippos Kappa - Athens, Greece; Rob Fatal and Jessica Leimone – Oakland, CA; Jessica Tankersley – Tulsa, OK; Michael Iauch – Durham, NC; Vika Adutova – Brooklyn, NY; Maura Jasper - St. Muncie, IN; Minah Baek – Brooklyn, NY