Museum Day: Fall into Art

Join us for an afternoon of talking about, looking at and making art! Listen in on gallery tours and talks from UF Graduate and Ph.D. students and engage in Art Cart experiences for visitors of all ages.

Ongoing Events:
Introducing the Art Cart!
Discover art activities, tactile opportunities, games and more at Art Carts featured throughout the museum.

Scheduled Events:
2 pm Gallery Tour
Macarena Deij Prado, UF Ph.D. Candidate in Colonial Art of the Americas, will lead a gallery tour of “Plural Domains” focusing on key themes and artists in this exhibition of work by contemporary artists from throughout Latin America.

3 – 4 pm Gallery Talks: “Plant Lives – perspectives on plants and people”
Enjoy three short talks each focusing on one artwork that reveals how plant lives intersect with human experience. The speakers are graduate student co-curators of the exhibition “Plant Life: Exploring Vegetal Worlds in the Harn Museum Collection.”
Lizzy Nichols
Doctoral student, UF English
“Grant Inspecting a Coffee Plantation, Cordova, Mexico”

Anwesha Chattopadhyay
Doctoral Student, UF English
“One and a Half Sisters: Plants, Photoshop, and Pentimenti”

Ryan Bedsaul
MFA Student, UF English
“Ambushed by the Background: Sally Mann’s Deep South Exhibition”