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February 23

Art Thursday: Fly by Night
USF Contemporary Art Museum
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Learn more about Fly By Night, artist Duke Riley's public artwork of unprecedented scale and beauty produced by Creative Time, a NY-based public art agency that works with artists to contribute to the dialogues, debates and dreams of our times. Jean Cooney, Creative Time's Director of Public Projects, will share insights to the unique challenges presented from her experiences with temporary projects in public space.

For questions contact USFCAM at (813) 974-4133 or email



Duke Riley, Fly By Night, photo by Tod Seelie, courtesy of Creative Time


March 8

The Seasons in Quincy Free Film Screening
USF School of Music Concert Hall
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The Seasons in Quincy, by Tilda Swinton, Colin MacCabe and Christopher Roth, is a portrait of the intellectual and storyteller John Berger.The four essay films which comprise The Seasons in Quincy each take different aspects of Bergerís life and combine ideas and motifs from Bergerís own work with the atmosphereof his mountain home

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For questions contact USFCAM at (813) 974-4133 or email




March 24

Public Art Walking Tour
Starting at the Nancy Holt Solar Rotary, adjacent to the USF Communication and Information Sciences Building (CIS)
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Join Sarah Howard, USF Curator of Public Art & Social Practice, on a free walking tour of selected public artworks on the Tampa campus. In honor of Womenís History Month, the Public Art Walking Tour will feature site-specific works by women artists celebrating their contribution to the USF Public Art Collection. The tour will include works by renowned artists Alice Aycock, Teresita FernŠndez, Nancy Holt, Stacy Levy, Alyson Shotz and Janaina Tschšpe. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the program, and the artists and collaborators who created the public artworks.

For questions contact USF Public Art at (813) 974-2203 or email



Janaina Tschäpe, Forest Spirits, 2011 
USF Public Art Collection. Photo: Will Lytch



All USFCAM and Graphicstudio events are FREE unless otherwise noted.



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Graphicstudio Hours: M–F 10am–5pm

USFCAM Hours: Mon. to Fri. 10am–5pm; Sat. 1–4pm; CAM is Closed Sunday and all University and State of Florida holidays and occasionally between exhibitions.

Tours: Groups and organizations interested in tours of the exhibition should contact CAM to schedule at least two weeks in advance at (813) 974-4133.

Accessibility: The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum (USFCAM) is fully accessible to visitors with disabilities. There are disabled parking spaces outsde of the museum, an accessible entrance, good lighting and accessible restrooms.

The museum follows USF guidelines regarding service animals.

USFCAM faculty and staff are pleased to work with organizations that provide cultural opportunities for disabled clients to tour the Museum. Please call (813) 974-4133 two weeks in advance to request specific tour information. For more accessibility information please call (813) 974-4133.

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