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UF School of Art and Art History Residential PreCollege Program: Summer 20...

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CREATE. EXPERIMENT. EXPAND.

During summer 2019, the School of Art + Art History at the University of Florida is hosting a residential pre-college program for serious and talented high school artists!

Experience making and learning in college-level studio courses. This summer, we are offering Digital Photography, Abstract Painting and Drawing, and Interactivity and Ceramics. Courses will offer a mix of hands-on technical projects, field trips, and group critiques, culminating in a group exhibition.

To register, you must at least 15 years old (by June 2, 2019), and currently enrolled in 9th through 12th grades

All skill levels are welcome!

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Learn about our amazing Summer Pre-College Faculty:

Logan Marconi (course: Invisible Worlds: Painting and Drawing Beyond the Studio)

Logan Marconi is an instructor at the University of Florida and Santa Fe College. As a painter, Logan’s body of work explores issues of existence and spirituality, namely how faith and ritual are mysterious forces that shape existence. His paintings depict eerie yet inviting landscapes that suggest a realm beyond the physical world.
In 2013 Logan received his MFA from the University of Florida. Since then he has taught at the local colleges while exhibiting both regionally and nationally. Most recently he had a solo exhibition in Houston, TX at the Dougherty Arts Center and a two-person show in Columbus, OH at Hammond Harkins Galleries.

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Sue Montoya (course: Digital Photography: Making + Taking Photographs)

Sue Montoya was born in Los Angeles, California and raised between Tegucigalpa, Honduras and Miami, Florida. She is based in Gainesville, FL. She received a BFA from New World School of the Arts in Visual Arts in 2014. She received her MFA from the University of Florida in May 2018. In 2015, She co-created Feminist Pizza Party with Lauren Monzon. FPP is a radical zine making workshop where people can grab a slice, talk liberty from oppressive systems, make a zine, and add it to our intersectional pie. To date, they’ve hosted four FPP workshops at a variety of cultural institutions: YoungArts Foundation, HistoryMiami, Lowe Art Museum, and ICA Miami. Her photographic practice revolves around architecture, feminism, ecology, and labor (physical and emotional). When she is not taking or making photographs, she is sipping cafecitos at her favorite Hialeah haunts. In August 2018, she began her one-year residency at 4Most Gallery in Gainesville, FL where she began her curatorial practice and adjunct teaching for the University of Florida.

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Cheyenne Rudolph (course:...And Action: The Role of Interactivity in Ceramic Design)

Cheyenne grew up in Paris, Tennessee, Home of the World’s Biggest Fish Fry. Much of her inspiration comes from her Southern upbringing and growing up in her Mema’s house. Surrounded by a large family of pranksters, humor became a means to communicate and lighten the mood of tough times. While she initially studied theatre and acting, Cheyenne eventually earned degrees in art and ceramics from Murray State University (BFA) and the University of Florida (MFA). She has been a resident artist at The Clay Studio of Missoula, 4Most Gallery, and Emmanuel College, and, in 2014, she co-founded the Socially Engaged Craft Collective. Cheyenne illustrates unique functions in clay, incorporating video, performance, and mixed media installation. Her absurd domestic scenarios illustrate one-dimensional assumptions about family, relationships, and cultural expectations.

Select the application fee and the preferred course tickets at checkout.
*To apply for financial aid please select "application" ticket only.

For more information, please contact:
Nic Armfield
Email: narmfield@arts.ufl.edu
Or call
Phone: (352)-273-3048 or go to
Website: https://arts.ufl.edu/academics/art-and-art-history/pre-college-program/


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