7 Halls. 7 Artists. 7 Events

Throughout history, art has been intrinsically linked to human life, serving as a mean of expression and as a universal language in which beauty and aesthetics prevail. Professor Helena Szépe of the University of South Florida, who researches and teaches on books of the Renaissance era, with a focus on illustration, both in manuscript and print, brought her talented, perceptive graduate and advanced undergraduate students to visit the Studio to see some of the basics of typesetting and printing by hand and to examine selected leaves from early printed books held in our Tampa Book Arts Studio Library collections.the 7 arts

See the lens up close and meet the designer and builder, Dan Spinella on Saturday, September 10 from 7 to 9PM. The Independent Collegian has run another of Professor Nemeth’s fine and provocative articles in its latest edition. If any Australian readers fancy hearing me present, Weapons of Mass Happiness, come along to the Arts Gallery of New South Wales to the 8th Annual International Arts and Health Conference organised by the Australian Centre for Arts and Health. This next Circle Doodle background stamp is a winner… so versatile and great for any occasion! Students use the elements and processes of …