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PUBLIC ART MAP KEY

USF Tampa Campus
*interior of building

  1. JOE TESTA-SECCA, Forum I, 1960. John & Grace Allen Welcome Center (ALN) D3
  2. TOMÁS SARACENO, Caelum Dust, 2016. Interdisciplinary Sciences (ISA)* D3
  3. STACY LEVY, Tampa Wind, 2009. Natural & Environmental Sciences (NES) D3
  4. DOUG HOLLIS, Unspecific Gravity, 1997. Time Warner Gardens (SCA) C3
  5. ANDY YODER, Path, 2004. Engineering Complex (ENB) D4
  6. MATT MULLICAN. Untitled (Anatomy), 1988. Engineering Building III (ENC) D4
  7. RICHARD HEIPP, Waldo, 1998. Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR)* C4
  8. JOE TESTA-SECCA, Forum II, 1960. Chemistry (CHE) D3
  9. HARRISON COVINGTON, Concentric Figures, 1996. Simmons Park C3
  10. ELYN ZIMMERMAN, Sanctuary, 1991. Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute (MCC) B2
  11. GARY MOORE, Puzzle Walk, 1999. Pathway between USF College of Medicine and the Heath Science Research Center (MDC) A2
  12. TERESITA FERNÁNDEZ, Stacked Landscape, 2011. College of Nursing (MDN) entrance rotunda* A2 (secure weekends and after 5pm on weekdays)
  13. DALE ELDRED, Earth and Sky Garden, 1992-94. College of Public Health interior and exterior courtyard (CPH)* A1
  14. ALYSON SHOTZ, Double Rotation, 2011. Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare (MDH) B1
  15. ROB FISHER, Neuron Forest, 2007. Johnnie B. Byrd, Sr. Alzheimer’s Center & Research Institute (ALZ)* C1
  16. HANSEN MULFORD, A View of the River, 1997. USF Eye Institute, Morsani Center, 4th Floor (MDH)* B1
  17. JANAINA TSCHÄPE, Forest Spirits, 2011. School of Music Lobby (MUS)* C2
  18. ALICE AYCOCK, Maze 2000, 2001. Psychology and Communication Sciences & Disorders (PCD) C2
  19. RICHARD BECKMAN, Half the Truth, 1990. Adjacent to Psychology and Communication Sciences & Disorders (PCD) C2
  20. LYNDA BENGLIS, Just Pink and Turquoise, 1988. Front office, Contemporary Art Museum (CAM)* D2
  21. ALEXANDER LIBERMAN, Icon II, 1973. Theatre I (TAT) D2
  22. VARIOUS ARTISTS. Marshall Student Center, 1st–4th Floor (MSC)* D2
  23. MEL BOCHNER, BARRY LE VA, SOL LeWITT, ROBERT MANGOLD, Four x Four x Four, 1990. Student Services (SVC)* D3
  24. SIEBREN VERSTEEG, The Wall, 2010. WUSF TVB Lobby, 2nd Floor (WRB)* E3
  25. LINDA CHAPMAN, Northern Window, 2000. CEE 200 secure building* E3
    LINDA CHAPMAN, Tampa History, 1992. CEE 102 secure building* E3
  26. TIM ROLLINS & K.O.S., The Frogs and Amerika, 1997. Anchin Center Rotunda and Education II Buildings (EDU)* E3
  27. NANCY HOLT, Solar Rotary, 1995. Communication & Information Sciences Building Courtyard (CIS) E4
  28. CHARLIE PARKHILL, Navigator, 1999. Sam & Martha Gibbons Alumni Center (ALC)* E5
  29. CATHERINE NELSON, Future Memories series, 2011–13. Patel Center for Global Solutions (CGS)* F5
    CHLOE SELLS, All 22, 2015. Patel Center for Global Solutions (CGS)* F5
  30. ALAN SHIELDS, Thinning Twin from Soft and Fluffy Gears series, 1987. Educational Research Center (ERC108)* G5
    ROBIN WINTERS, Scratch Music, 1987. Educational Research Center (ERC108)* G5
  31. MARIA EMILIA FAEDO, da Vinci's Dream, 1996. USF Recreational Facility (REC)* F4