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BFA art show in the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

CEAM Artist Residency

The CEAM Artist Residency, in collaboration with Flagler College’s Department of Art & Design, is a regular program of artists-in-residence to engage in themes of place-making while collaborating with some aspect of St Augustine’s local community, the city’s significant and varied roles in American history, or its rich natural environment.

A goal of the residency is to foster diverse perspectives on these aspects of our local community, and artists and scholars in a range of fields are invited who integrate and collaborate between the areas of fine art and broader fields of inquiry, such as curatorial practice, performing arts, and creative writing.

The CEAM Artist Residency is supported by a grant from the Dr. JoAnn Crisp-Ellert Fund at The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida.

Christine Sun Kim

Christine Sun Kim: Fall 2018

CHRISTINE SUN KIM USES THE MEDIUM OF SOUND IN PERFORMANCE AND DRAWING TO INVESTIGATE HER RELATIONSHIP WITH SPOKEN LANGUAGES AND HER AURAL ENVIRONMENT. THE CONCEPTUAL UNDERPINNINGS IN HER WORK STEM FROM THE ARTIST’S UNDERSTANDING OF THE ACT OF LISTENING AS, “NOT JUST AN EXPERIENCE INVOLVING MERE SOUND, BUT ALSO A VARIETY OF SENSORY, EMOTIONAL, AND PHYSICAL RESPONSES THAT REACH BEYOND SONIC PROPERTIES.”

PHOTO CREDIT: OLIVIA LOCHER 2017

Sky Hopinka

Sky Hopinka: Spring 2018

Sky Hopinka is a Ho-Chunk Nation national and descendent of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians. His work centers around personal positions of homeland and landscape, designs of language and facets of culture contained within, and the play between the accessibility of the known and the unknowable.
Jamilah Sabur

Jamilah Sabur: Fall 2017

Over the past several years, Sabur has developed a research-based practice, and works across various disciplines, including performance, video, and installation. Her research interests are far reaching, but tend to focus on social, economic, and environmental justice issues that are critical to understanding the dynamics of locations such as South Florida, along with the greater Caribbean region.
Staci Bu Shea

Staci Bu Shea: Spring 2017

Bu Shea is a curator, researcher, and writer currently based in Jacksonville, Fla. and is a graduate from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College in New York. Bu Shea focused on affinity as feminist methodology, as well as works of art produced as a result of particular social relations and the work involved in forging or maintaining relationships.
Olivia Block

Olivia Block: Fall 2016

Block is a classically trained musician with a degree in Anthropology, and for over the last twenty years has utilized field recordings and found materials to create trans-disciplinary work that spans genres such visual art, music, film and performance.