Visiting artist David Hilliard reflects on lecture

David Hilliard, known for his panoramic photography, spent the evening of November 15th speaking at USF for the College of the Arts‘ Visiting Golding Lecture series. The content of his lecture ranged from an overview of his work to his influences. Hilliard said: “The lecture was slightly different from others in that I spent lots…

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USF Contemporary Art Museum features Andy Warhol photographs

The USF Contemporary Art Museum is featuring Andy Warhol’s photographs and prints in “The Andy Warhol Legacy Project” this semester. Complementing this exhibition is “The Importance of Being Photographed.” Both exhibitions are free and run through December 15. In 2008, the museum received 106 Polaroids and 50 gelatin silver prints from The Andy Warhol Foundation…

Kristen Prosen's phography on display in the Oliver Gallery.

Delivering a baby: Kristen Prosen’s art debut

For the first time, Kristen Prosen, a senior English and studio art major, publicized her works in “Finding Yourself Right Where You Stand.” Prosen compared the feeling of hosting her debut show to what she imagines having a baby would be like. “It’s a hard, painful process and in the moment that’s all you can…

by Megan Hildebrandt

USF graduate paints her battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma

Overcoming Hodgkin’s lymphoma in the past two years has not only tested University of South Florida MFA graduate student Megan Hildebrandt’s inner strength, determination and endurance, but it also dramatically changed the course of her artwork. After spending the summer of 2009 going through intense night sweats, a constant sore throat and massive swelling on her…