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    • Photographic image depicting a pink light above five turquoise glass bottles.

      New exhibition to open with virtual curator talk

      Jan 19
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM) and Flagler College announce the forthcoming exhibition “Bureau of Aesthetics” by Native Art Department International (NADI), a collaborative project by Toronto-based artists Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan. The exhibition is organized by Mercer Union, a centre for contemporary art, Toronto, and is guest curated by Julia Paoli, Director and Curator. Encompassing sculpture, video and installation, “Bureau of Aesthetics” will open with a virtual talk with Julia Paoli on Friday, Jan. 22 at 4 p.m. This event is free and open to the public (virtually) while also part of Flagler College’s Diversity and Inclusion Week with registration to participate required.
    • Group of students and professors outside in NYC.

      New York Study Away trip celebrates a decade of learning

      May 24
      This past spring’s trip of 10 students to study the New York art scene marked 10 years of learning on-site. Department of Visual and Performing Arts Chair and Associate Professor Sara Pedigo devised the trip a decade ago to provide direct exposure to an art world that can’t be recreated here in St. Augustine. The typical student makeup includes majors in fine art, graphic design and art history.
    • Matthew Conner and Natalie Harris on right, win two silvers and gold awards, respectively and hold them up for the camera.

      Three students medal for their graphic design work

      May 9
      On May 4, three Flagler College students attended the district American Advertising Federation awards, the ADDYs, for their work on various advertising campaigns. The ADDYs is the largest awards competition in the industry and is highly regarded as the most difficult advertising award to earn, recognizing excellence and the highest creative standards in advertising.
    • Group of students posed in front of Molly Wiley Art Building dressed in 80s themed clothes and an old TV front and center

      80s-themed graphic design show open to all

      Apr 18
      On Thursday, May 2 at 6 the Virginia Room of the Ringhaver Student Center on Flagler College’s campus, Flagler’s graphic design senior students will be exhibiting their portfolio work. There are 33 seniors exhibiting their graphic design portfolios and found inspiration in the number to make the theme an 80s theme – 33 years ago.
    • Graphic of newspaper

      Flagler wins Best of Show at national advertising competition

      Apr 11
      On March 1, Flagler College, represented by students of Rampant, was announced among the winners of the 34th Annual Educational Advertising Awards. This national competition, sponsored by the Higher Education Marketing Report, recognizes the field of educational marketing and advertising. Schools can submit as many entries as they want within the 33 categories for the chance to win a gold, silver or bronze award in each category.
    • Five people holding up their certificate awards for graphic design.

      Graphic design students win big at ADDY awards

      Mar 7
      On Feb. 2, Flagler Graphic Design students attended the American Advertising Federation ADDY awards at WJCT studios in Jacksonville and won a total of 12 awards.
    • Play Along which is fabric with burn holes, blue and yellow markings.

      “Making Sense of Things” exhibition to open during First Friday Art Walk

      Feb 13
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to announce a forthcoming exhibition titled, “Making Sense of Things”, which will include recent work by Washington, D.C. area artist, Erin Raedeke. The artist will give a walkthrough of the exhibition on Friday, March 1 at 5 p.m., to be followed by an opening reception until 8 p.m., in conjunction with First Friday Art Walk. These events are free and open to the public. The exhibit will run through April 20.
    • Drawn images of various symbols and faces. In the center it says,

      Flagler’s Graphic Design students to show their senior portfolios

      Apr 20
      On Thursday, April 26th, twenty-one seniors will be presenting their graphic design projects from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Virginia Room at Flagler College.
    • St. George Street looking north by Emmett Fritz (From the St. Augustine Art Association Permanent Collection)

      Flagler student curates local art exhibit on famous painter

      Oct 27
      This October marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of St. Augustine’s most beloved “plein air” painters, Emmett Fritz.
    • Spotlight: Museum Director Julie Dickover

      Oct 19
      The “Spotlight” series offers a glimpse into the lives of those who work behind the scenes to provide an enriching experience for Flagler College students. Faculty and staff featured in the series will be included in periodic faculty and staff newsletters.
    • A painting of power lines behind a white fence.

      Flagler College faculty to showcase diverse range of artistic practices

      Oct 18
      In November, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College will present an exhibition of recent work by full- and part-time faculty in Flagler College’s Department of Art and Design. The exhibition will open with a reception for the artists in conjunction with Art Walk, on Friday, Nov. 3 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. The exhibition continues through Dec. 2.
    • Sabur Lee conversation

      Artist-in-Residence, Flagler professor to engage in conversation on race, memory and negotiation of spaces

      Oct 10
      On Tuesday, Oct. 17, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum’s Artist-in-Residence Jamilah Sabur will discuss with Flagler College’s Anthropology Professor Dr. Lori Lee the intricacies of racial inequality, memory and migration, through the relationship of Sabur’s artwork and Lee’s historical, archaeological research. The conversation will take place in the college’s Flagler Room at 7 p.m. An overarching concern within Sabur’s work has been how bodies negotiate their way in space, both in interior spaces and exterior spaces. This theme, and how it relates to relevant social, economic, and environmental justice issues, crops up repeatedly in Sabur’s sculpture, performance and video works.
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      Multi-disciplinary performance to be held at Crisp-Ellert Art Museum during Art Walk

      Sep 21
      Two new media artists, a poet and an engineer have collaborated to create a 20-minute mix of live video, text, animation and sound that prompts audiences to consider what experiences are “live” and to reimagine their most familiar selves. The multi-disciplinary performance, by Matt Roberts, Dengke Chen, Terri Witek, alongside sound engineer Amandine Pras, is titled “implement for removing foreign bodies” and will be held at Flagler College’s Crisp-Ellert Art Museum on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m., in conjunction with First Friday Art Walk.
    • A picture of Jamilah Sabur.

      Crisp-Ellert announces third Artist Resident Jamilah Sabur

      Aug 25
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum welcomes its Fall 2017 Artist Resident Jamilah Sabur, whose work tends to focus on the social, economic and environmental justice issues surrounding the dynamics of locations such as South Florida and the greater Caribbean region.
    • A black and white abstract artwork by Gamaliel Rodriguez.

      Crisp-Ellert Art Museum launches new academic year with work of Puerto Rican artist

      Aug 11
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College will kick off the 2017-2018 academic year with Gamaliel Rodriguez’s exhibition, “A Third Way to Look at You.” The artist’s work delves further into the aesthetics and ideas explored in a 2015 series titled “Figures,” which feature indeterminate architectural structures that are overrun by an encroaching landscape.
    • Crisp-Ellert Art Museum Spoon River

      Performance at Crisp-Ellert to feature non-traditional theatre project

      May 24
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will host an interactive performance June 2 through June 4, where visitors will find themselves amongst the performers as story of lives lived, loves lost and dreams delayed are told through memories, music and song.
    • Art from alumni exhibition in 2017

      Flagler College’s alumni exhibition to be launched over Alumni Weekend

      Apr 24
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College will be featuring its annual juried alumni exhibition from May 5 to June 16. In conjunction with the college’s Alumni Weekend, the exhibition will open with a reception for the artists on Friday, May 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
    • Flagler's Graphic Design students to showcase their senior portfolios

      Apr 24
      Thirty Flagler College seniors will be presenting their design portfolios on April 27 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the college’s Ringhaver Student Center, located at 50 Sevilla Street.
    • Untitled (from me to you) by Bonn Antonetti

      Spring portfolio exhibit highlights work of Flagler’s graduating students

      Apr 18
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College will be presenting its spring exhibition of work by students graduating from the Department of Art and Design from April 27 to April 29. The exhibition will open with a reception on Thursday, April 27 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. It will be on view on Friday, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturday, April 29 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
    • Spotlight: Art History Professor Chris Balaschak

      Mar 30
      The “Spotlight” series offers a glimpse into the lives of those who work behind the scenes to provide an enriching experience for Flagler College students. Faculty and staff featured in the series will be included in the bi-weekly faculty and staff newsletter.
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