The visual arts come to life at Art Bash 2015, an annual celebration featuring a wide array of projects by UF art and art history students. The UF School of Art + Art History welcomes members of the campus and surrounding communities for the event on Friday, Oct. 30 from 5-8 p.m. in UF’s Fine Arts Complex.
Art Bash offers an inside look at the SA+AH and showcases the school’s scope of disciplines—intimate drawings, ceramic works of art, vibrant graphic design, sculpture, experimental photographs, interactive art and technology projects, prints, paintings, art history and art education displays, and more.
This fun, free event encourages discussion between students and the community and introduces potential students to the school’s facilities and diverse programs. Attendees are encouraged to participate in the demonstrations, exhibitions and interactive projects from the school’s academic and studio areas.
Art Bash 2015 will feature inflatable artworks from the students of Workshop for Art Research and Practice, or WARP, the school’s nationally recognized foundations course, HOT Clay’s Raku Firing, printmaking demonstrations, offerings for sale and free takeaways from student associations. Visitors can also enjoy music in the courtyard.
To learn more about this year’s event, please visit www.arts.ufl.edu/calendar.