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Monday, March 9, 2015

Congratulations Flagler design students!

The Art & Design Department is thrilled to congratulate all the award winning Flagler design students who shined in the 2015 ADDY (American Advertising Federation) awards student competition.

Flagler students Tim Webster, Leah Frye, Tanis Montgomery and Sandra Chick
Photo credit: Brittany Demers

 A total of 13 gold and four silvers was awarded to Sandra Chick, Victoria Dexter, Leah Frye, Rachel Harris, Tanis Montgomery, Monica Stauffer, and Tim Webster.
For the full story, follow the link!

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Opening Reception in the Crisp-Ellert Museum THIS friday!!

Department of Art and Design Faculty Exhibition
in the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum
March 6 to April 17, 2015
Don't miss the Opening Reception: This Friday! March 6, 5 to 9pm!!


A special exhibition called ARTBOUND has opened on the first floor of the Proctor Library. ARTBOUND is a collection of handmade artists' books from the Special Collection of the Smathers Library at the University of Florida, and this is the first time the books have been on display outside the University of Florida.

 This collection represents an exciting exploration into the book as an aesthetic and expressive object. ARTBOUND was curated by Professor Ellen Knudson, who is the director of the Special Collections at UF and Book Arts instructor. Don Martin, Professor in the Department of Art and Design; Julie Dickover, Director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum; and Brian Nesselrode, Director of the Proctor Library, have been working on bringing this exhibition to Flagler College for over a year.

 Please stop by the Proctor Library to view this exciting collection. The exhibit will be on display through the month of March.

Friday, February 27, 2015

Buffalo Bill inspired installation "Left Behind" is a must-see!!

Sarah Howard is a student at Flagler whose installation, "Left Behind" is currently being displayed in the Molly Wiley Art Building for the Installation Art course instructed by Laura Mongiovis. Her fascination and curiosity of latex was her main motive in creating the piece. The skin like qualities of latex and Buffalo Bill were her inspiration. For more photos please visit or see this installation in person!

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Student Art

Flagler Colleges Drawing II has work on display on the first floor in the Molly Wiley Art Building. See them while there still there!