Students Exhibitions and Achievements

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Students Exhibitions and Achievements

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  1. STUDENTS EXHIBITIONS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

  2. INDIGENOUS, GRACE HASHA AND COURTNEY RADKE, DOWNTOWN CIGAR LOUNGE, DECEMBER

    2015 GRACE (HASHA) WILLIAMS, ART TEACHER AT NORTH FLORIDA SCHOOL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION COURTNEY RADKE, ASSISTANT WOMEN’S SOFTBALL COACH AT WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN COLLEGE
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  6. MATERIAL WORLD, FSCJ Kent Campus Gallery, 2016 MATERIAL WORLD ,

    PAULA RUNYON FSCJ CAMPUS GALLERY 2016 CURRENTLY ATTENDING GRADUATE SCHOOL AT UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
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  8. Paula Runyon Progress & Ideas The focus of my most

    recent work has been on the (present) act of creating rather than the product of creation and the object-matrix-artist relationship. With the use of the found matrix I am exploring the idea of direct contact between object and image, and the imparting of a spiritual gift from one to the other. With Floor Monotypes (this is the series title until I come up with a better one) I pull monotypes directly from the flagstone floor of my house. The house was built by hand in the 1930's and I have always felt the obligation to document its beautiful crafted quality. Part of my obligation lies in the inevitability of us leaving the house in the near future, and the possibility of it not being here when we return. I have documented the house in more ways than this, with rubbings (is a rubbing a print??) of the coquina shell fireplace, cedar doors and ceiling beams and fossil-stone walls. These aspects along with the stone floors in which I notice the layers patterns and shapes of time all serve as a reminder of how the earth was formed on a daily basis. This gives me the feeling of being in a sacred space, which I attempt to share by providing imagery of the house that was created from interactions with the space. In a similar manner I have continued to print botanical studies from found-plant matrixes however I have started developing ways to avoid "harming" the plant. Because I do not want to stop printing the plants altogether and would not want to deny myself or anyone the joy of picking plants and using them to enlighten an inside space I decided that my definition of the word harm in this case simply means to disrupt a natural process. I am trying different recipes for natural water-based inks so that once the plant is printed it can be rinsed and is fully compostable rather than be soaked in solvents and thrown in the trash. I feel that this way of acting toward the plants is important way of showing my appreciation of them.
  9. FIRST PRIZE AT 2016 PRESERVE EXHIBITION RICDER RICARDO, OCTOBER 2016

    UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
  10. ESSENCE OF MINE, RICDER RICARDO, QUEER GALLERY, LGBT RESOURCE CENTER,

    NOVEMBER 2016
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  13. 2016 UNF STUDENTS EXHIBITION, FRANCHESCA LOPEZ CURRENTLY WORKING IN HOSPITALITY,

    NORTH CAROLINA
  14. 2016 PRESERVE EXHIBITION, CAMILLE MODESTO CURRENTLY WORKING IN RETAIL AND

    PREPARING PORTFOLIO FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL
  15. 2016 FIRST STREET LOFT EXHIBITION, BRITTANY GORELICK CURRENTLY WORKING AT

    LOCAL ART SUPPLY STORE PREPARING PORTFOLIO FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL
  16. UNF Student show 2016 UNF STUDENTS EXHIBITION, JOHN STOWE CURRENTLY

    WORKING AS AN ASSISTANT PREPARATEUR AT MOCA, LAB TECH AT UNF PRINT STUDIO, AND PREPARING PORTFOLIO FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL
  17. 2016 PRESERVE EXHIBITION, REBECCA RODRIGUEZ, JOHN STOWE, AND ADAM BERMAN

  18. 28TH ANNUAL UNIVERSITY STUDENT EXHIBITION HUNTER JACKSON

  19. 28TH ANNUAL UNIVERSITY STUDENT EXHIBITION HUNTER JACKSON

  20. 2016 PRINTMAKING EXHIBITION

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  26. REDEEM PETTAWAY WORK EXHIBITED AT THE PRINT PARTY POTLUCK WAS

    SELECTED TO MOMA PS1 ANTI BODIES FESTIVAL, JANUARY 2018
  27. REDEEM PETTAWAY VIDEO PERFORMANCE AT EXHIBITION A MORE PERFECT UNION

    AT THE SPACE GALLERY, JACKSONVILLE, JANUARY 2017
  28. NATALIE SASSINE EXHIBITION A MORE PERFECT UNION AT THE SPACE

    GALLERY, JACKSONVILLE, JANUARY 2017 TIMES UNION ARBUS MAGAZINE
  29. OPEN CALL: PRINTMAKERS AT CHAMBLIN’S, DOWNTOWN

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  32. OPENING OF ART + POLITICS AT LUFRANO INTERCULTURAL GALLERY, NOVEMBER

    2017
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  35. SUMMER EDITIONS, INAUGURAL EXHIBITION AT THE CYNTHIA AND WALTER GRAHAM

    JR. MD. STUDENTS GALLERY, AT THE UNF THOMAS G. CARPENTER LIBRARY, OCTOBER 2017. Jr., M.D. Student Art Gallery at the UNF Thomas G. Carpenter Library
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  40. BLACK EXCELLENCE SHOWCASE, KIRSTEN WILLIAMS, UNF STUDENTS UNION, FEBRUARY 2018

    UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
  41. PROOF OF MOVEMENT December 6, 2017 - January 31, 2018

    MAKER'S SPACE Jacksonville Main Library Camille Modesto Walter Pierre Redeem Pettaway Rebecca Rodriguez Natalie Sassine STUDENTS’ EXHIBITION: Collective Lands
  42. EXHIBITION COLLECTIVE LANDS IN SIMULTANEOUS VENUES: MAKER’S SPACE AT THE

    JACKSONVILLE LIBRARY AND U-HAUL GALLERY PARKED AT W. MONROE ST. ART WALK
  43. COLLECTIVE LANDS MAKER’S SPACE AT THE JACKSONVILLE LIBRARY

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  49. EXHIBITION COLLECTIVE LANDS U-HAUL GALLERY PARKED AT W. MONROE ST.

    ART WALK
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  56. ADDITIONAL ALUMNI UPDATE

  57. VALERIE BELZESKI ATTENDED TAMARIND INSTITUTE AND IS CURRENTLY ATTENDING GRADUATE

    SCHOOL AT SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY REBECCA RODRIGUEZ SELECTED FOR A SUMMER INTERNSHIP AT ATLANTA PRINTMAKERS, CURRENTLY WORKS AT MOCA AS GUEST RELATIONS
  58. VALERIE BELZESKI ATTENDED TAMARIND INSTITUTE AND IS CURRENTLY ATTENDING GRADUATE

    SCHOOL AT SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
  59. ALLEN BALL CURRENTLY ATTENDING GRADUATE SCHOOL AT PRATT INSTITUTE

  60. DANIA PAYNE, GRADUATED 2016 CURRENTLY ART TEACHER AT DUVAL CHARTER

    SCHOOL AT SOUTHSIDE
  61. WALT PIERRE, GRADUATED IN 2017 CURRENTLY WORKS AT BANK OF

    AMERICA WHILE PREPARING A PORTFOLIO FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL
  62. JOHN STOWE, BURRITO GALLERY, DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE CURRENTLY WORKS AS UNF

    LAB TECH, MOCA ASSISTANT PREPARATEUR, AND EXHIBITS OFTEN IN THE JACKSONVILLE AREA
  63. JOHN STOWE, BURRITO GALLERY, DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE

  64. JOHN STOWE, BURRITO GALLERY, DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE

  65. JOHN STOWE, BOLD BEAN, JACKSONVILLE BEACH

  66. JOHN STOWE, BOLD BEAN, JACKSONVILLE BEACH

  67. JOHN STOWE, FIRST STREET LOFT, DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE

  68. First street Loft JOHN STOWE, FIRST STREET LOFT, DOWNTOWN JACKSONVILLE