‘Reveille’ Features Work of FSW Fine Arts Students

BIG ARTS and the Visual Art program at Florida SouthWestern State College present “Reveille,” an exhibition of student work in the Dunham Family Gallery at BIG ARTS in Sanibel. This collection of student work demonstrates the breadth and diversity of conceptual work and media produced by emerging artists at FSW. The students within the digital arts and multimedia production program use animation, sound, sculpture, and performance to develop entire worlds, investigate complex feelings, and initiate conversations about current events. Similarly, artists and the drawing and photography courses at FSW use their respective media to illustrate large-scale representations of fantasy, reality, form, and light. All of the imaginative works in this collection come together as a celebration of these young artists and their passion for boldly making their mark in both our world and others of their own creation.

Artists represented include Shylee Strasse, Jessice Weddle, Joel Ralls, Joshua Smith, Cameron Belen, Jesus Rojas Hernandez, Megan Pinera, Joshua Oglesby, Sofia Quintana, Elie Perez Valle, Edward Arias-Germa, Bailey Allen, J. Scotty Anderson Sr., Ginny Hayden-Anderson, Heather Back, Corine Price, and Joseph Peter Villadoid.

Reveille, featuring the work of Florida SouthWestern State College Fine Arts students, runs in the Dunham Family Gallery at BIG ARTS in Sanibel, Florida, through July 23, 2022. The 2021-2022 Fine Arts season is graciously sponsored by Jim and Gaye Pigott. The Art Vibe event was generously sponsored by the L.A.T. Foundation.

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