UWF TAG gallery

Senior Art Students Showcase Skills At ‘Exit Exhibition’

Nov 15, 2016
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The diversity of the human form inspires Emily Teets.

Her ceramics feature the figure whether it’s in three-dimensional form, such as legs, feet or arms emerging from a vase, or in two-dimensional form, such as a nude figure carved into a clay slab.

Teets, a senior who will graduate from the University of West Florida next month with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, will feature her ceramics in “Synthesis: A Group BFA Exit Exhibition” at The Art Gallery in the Center for Fine and Performing Arts.

University Of West Florida Student Artists Display Variety Of Work

Mar 4, 2016
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Whether you’re looking for traditional art or something more innovative, the current exhibit at The Art Gallery, or “TAG,” as it is called, delivers.

The Art Gallery is inside building 82 on the University of West Florida campus. With about 40 pieces in various media, the show, called “TAGGED,” highlights the work of UWF students.

“Every exhibit is different,” said gallery curator and director Nicholas Croghan. “To see the artists’ craftsmanship, their hand in the process is really great.”

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An exhibit of pulp magazine cover art is currently on display at the University of West Florida’s TAG Art Gallery.  Modern Pulp” draws attention to illustrations from artists who are not widely remembered.

The exhibit is the product of an interdepartmental collaboration between faculty and students in the English and art department. Many of the magazines on display belong to Dr. David Earle, an associate professor of English at UWF.

UWF TAG Gallery Showcases Student Work

Nov 22, 2013
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The University of West Florida’s TAG Gallery is showcasing work from introductory level classes. The current show provides students who may not previously displayed their work with a formal gallery experience.

“Points of Departure” features works produced by students in foundation level drawing, photography, painting and graphic design courses. Yvonne Lebrun is a junior in the BFA program. She has paintings, drawings and photographs on display in the show.