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HAEA Meeting

June 6, 2015

HAEA (Hillsborough Art Education Association) is holding a meeting in the Dickey Family Lecture Hall from 4:30 to 7pm on August 6th

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HAEA Meeting

August 6, 2015

HAEA (Hillsborough Art Education Association) will hold a meeting in the Dickey Family Lecture Hall  on August 6th: 4:30-7pm

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Warhol Film Series - Double Feature

August 20, 2015

Double Feature: Mrs. Warhol and Poor Little Rich Girl

Audience: Mature

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Dickey Family Lecture Hall

Mrs. Warhol  6:45pm

16mm, color, sound, 66 mins

 Warhol turns his camera on his own mother, Julia Warhola, who plays an aging movie star with a long list of former husbands. Warhol follows his delightfully odd mother as she completes her daily chores and chats away in her nearly incomprehensible Czech accent.

Intermission 8:00pm

Poor Little Rich Girl (1965) 8:15pm

16mm, b/w, sound, 66 mins

Presented as a day in the life of Factory superstar and New York socialite Edie Sedgwick, this semi-documentary follows “poor little rich girl” Sedgwick as she wakes up, orders up coffee and juice, smokes and exercises, talks on the telephone, and explains how she ran through a sizeable inheritance in just six months.

The Tampa Museum of Art will show seven films by Andy Warhol. The exhibition in galleries celebrates Andy Warhol, the printmaker, this Film Series will celebrate Andy Warhol, the filmmaker, and his unique ability to create enduring imagery and transcend boundaries across disparate media.

Members and university students (with ID)—free admission
Non-Members included in $5.00 admission to In Living Color:
Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the collections
of Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation
Galleries will close at 7pm, please visit the exhibitions
before the film screening.

Cash bar and snacks (popcorn, potato chips, and pound cake) available for purchase.

* Galleries will close at 7pm, please visit the exhibitions before the film screening.

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Andy Warhol Lecture by Curator Karin Cambell

August 28, 2015

Curator Karin Cambell will present a Lecture on the works of Andy Warhol on August 28th from 6 to 8pm in conjunction with our exhibition:

In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking
from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation

“In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking”
Friday, August 28th | Reception 6:30-7:00 | Lecture 7:00-8:00 | By Karin Campbell

Andy Warhol depicted the world with the volume turned up. In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking looks at how Warhol, the “Pope of Pop”, and his contemporaries used color to challenge, subvert, express emotion, and even experiment. In this companion lecture to the exhibition, Curator Karin Campbell will discuss the making of this exhibition and its themes.

Karin Campbell is the Phil Willson Curator of Contemporary Art at the Joslyn Art Museum and curator of In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking.

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Warhol Film Series - Double Feature

September 17, 2015

Double Feature: Vinyl and Couch

Audience: Mature

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Dickey Family Lecture Hall

Vinyl (1965) 6:45pm

16mm, b/w, sound,66 min

Warhol’s adaptation of Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange features Warhol protégé Gerard Malanga in the role of the no-good youth, Alex (here, Victor). Malanga performs his famous “whip dance” before his arrest and subsequent deprogramming, with the result here given a decidedly sado-masochistic twist.

Intermission 8:00pm

Couch (1964) 8:15pm

16mm, b/w, silent 52 mins.

In Couch, visitors to the Factory were invited to “perform” on camera, seated on Warhol’s illustrious couch. Part film, part documentary, Couch  features figures such as Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Jack Kerouac, and perennial New York figure, Taylor Mead.

The Tampa Museum of Art will show seven films by Andy Warhol. The exhibition in galleries celebrates Andy Warhol, the printmaker, this Film Series will celebrate Andy Warhol, the filmmaker, and his unique ability to create enduring imagery and transcend boundaries across disparate media.

Members and university students (with ID)—free admission
Non-Members included in $5.00 admission to In Living Color:
Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the collections
of Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation
Galleries will close at 7pm, please visit the exhibitions
before the film screening.

Cash bar and snacks (popcorn, potato chips, and pound cake) available for purchase.

* Galleries will close at 7pm, please visit the exhibitions before the film screening.

Register Now

CITY: Fashion Art Culture 2015

September 19, 2015

 CIT

CITY-LOGO-with Tampa Museum of Art

 CITY

For sponsor information or assistance, please call Kate White at 813.421.8368

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Art Spot

December 27, 2014–October 3, 2014

art spot logo sm1Every Saturday the Museum offers a free drop-in art program from 11a – 2p. Come and let your children explore their creativity by creating an art project. No registration required.

This week's Art Spot project is Color Collage.  The exhibition Renoir to Chagall inspires these torn paper collages which create color themed landscapes.

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Monday Meditation at the Museum

What is the best way to relax after a long day of work? Especially a long Monday at work?meditation

Join the Museum and Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center for a short after work meditation class.  This is a perfect way to step away from the loud, fast paced world and learn to reduce your stress for the rest of the week.  The classes consist of guided meditations, a talk and discussion.  They are suitable for everyone from beginners to those with more experience in meditation.  Each class is self-contained, although you are welcome to attend the whole course.  Come rejuvenate your mind by joining us at the Tampa Museum of Art.  The classes are held in the Museum's beautiful space and in nearby Tampa's Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.

Mondays 5:30 to 7pm.  No Registration Required.  Cost per class is $10 per person.

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Art Spot for Children

art spot logo sm1Every Saturday the Museum offers a free drop-in art program from 11a – 2p. Come and let your children explore their creativity by creating an art project. No registration required.  Our projects will vary week to week to tie into the exhibition on view at the museum.

This weeks project: Show your "Joie de Vivre" and create portraits using lines and complementary colors.

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14th Congressional Student Art Exhibition

2015 Next Generation & 14th Congressional District High School Art Exhibition on view in the Saunders Gallery: April 12 - April 26Jairo Argueta_2_14th Congress_2014

This annual high school art exhibition features exemplary work created by high school students throughout Hillsborough County and the 14th Congressional District. Students compete for two top prizes, the Museum Choice Award and the Congressional Choice Award. The artwork selected for the Congressional Choice Award will represent the 14th Congressional District in the Congressional High School Art Competition, which hangs in the Cannon Tunnel of the U.S. Capitol for one year. Additionally, the recipient of this award receives a prestigious scholarship and a trip to Washington, D.C. to attend the National Awards Ceremony in June 2015.

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Hillsborough Art Education Association Members’ Show

Hillsborough Art Education Association (HAEA) Member Exhibition on view in the Golding Scher Classroom: April 12-April 26.

Hillsborough Art Education Association is a nonprofit member organization that supports and empowers art teachers to engage and enrich the lives of our community and the next generation through art.  Hillsborough Art Education Association supports the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence, diverse public engagement, lifelong learning through art and the strengthening of community. It does so through advocacy, grants, exhibits, workshops and special events such as the annual art awards celebration.

Hillsborough Art Education Association members use the process of personal art making for research, experimentation and self-expression. It is important for art teachers to have a reflective conversation with many different types of art materials in order for them to help students understand the process of making art.

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