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Published: October 04, 2021

UT Presents Then, Now, Next Film Screening of FMX Alumni Work on Oct. 11

Alongside the stills from Then, Now, Next: UT Visual Arts Film, Animation and New Media Student Showcase that are on display in the Ferman Student Study Gallery in Ferman Center for the Arts on campus, The University of Tampa will also present a film screening that will include work by alumni and students in the Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX) on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in the Charlene A. Gordon Theater in the Ferman Center for the Arts.

Ferman Center for the Arts
The gallery and theater are located on campus in the Ferman Center for the Arts at 214 N. Blvd. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Sunday.

Works will include short narrative, documentary and experimental films, animations and new media works including interactive video games. The event is free and open to the public.

These works include: a short experimental narrative by Abigail Byrne ’21 titled Awake; animated films by Gina Bernardini ’21, Common Grounds, and by Richard Pellizzetti ’21, Differences Aside; video game previews by Jordan Jacques ’21, Adventures of Tusime, and Logan Fredericksen ’21, 3056; a music video by Alexander Martinson ’21 and Beau Babics ’22 titled Breathe; 16mm experimental and animated films by Lisa Aquilino Vanish ’15 and Andrew Klein ’09; and more.

The Then, Now, Next showcase is a part of the College of Arts and Letters Galleries celebration of UT visual arts. Featuring over 25 works created by UT alumni in film, animation (2D and 3D) and digital media, this show demonstrates the scope of the visual arts studied and practiced at UT now and into the future. The showcase will be up through Dec. 10. 

The gallery and theater are located on campus in the Ferman Center for the Arts at 214 N. Blvd. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Sunday.

This exhibition is made possible through the support of The University of Tampa Friends of the Gallery. For more information, please contact Jocelyn Boigenzahn, director of the College of Arts and Letters Galleries, via email at jboigenzahn@ut.edu or call (813) 253- 6217.


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