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Cuban artist Glexis Novoa shares insights about his work during the opening celebration for CAM's exhibition Climate Change: Cuba/USA. (photo: Anthony Wong Palms)

Upcoming events

All USFCAM and Graphicstudio events are FREE unless otherwise noted.


February 22, 2019

SYCOM for The Visible Turn
USF Contemporary Art Museum

Event is free and open to the public

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Students in the USF School of Music SYCOM composition and electronic music studio program present a concert of original music inspired by the exhibition The Visible Turn: Contemporary Artists Confront Political Invisibility.

The four artists in The Visible Turn—Jorge Tacla, Karolina Sobecka, Bosco Sodi, and Tavares Strachan—speak to the disenfranchisement of people and ideas that have crucially been omitted from today’s social, political, economic and cultural life.

This free concert presented by the USF School of Music and the USF Contemporary Art Museum features two hours of continuous live and recorded performances both inside and outside the museum.

Performance location:
USF Contemporary Art Museum
3821 USF Holly Drive, Tampa, FL 33620
Free Event

The University of South Florida is an affirmative action/equal access/equal opportunity institution. Please notify the USF College of The Arts Box Office at (813) 974-2323, at least 5 working days prior to the event, if a reasonable accommodation of a disability is needed.

February 28, 2019

Art Thursday: Film on the Lawn, Werner Herzog's Into the Inferno
USF Contemporary Art Museum

Event is free and open to the public

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Pack a picnic, bring a lawn chair or blanket for a free outdoor movie screening of the documentary Into the Inferno by Oscar nominee Werner Herzog.

Werner Herzog and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer embark upon a global journey exploring some of the world’s most mythical volcanoes in North Korea, Ethiopia, Iceland and the Vanuatu Archipelago. Speaking with scientists and indigenous peoples alike, they seek to understand the complex and deeply rooted relationship between mankind and one of nature’s greatest wonders. Produced by Spring Films, Werner Herzog Film and Matter of Fact Media, Into the Inferno artfully blends reportage, history and philosophy into a riveting cinematic experience.

Presented by CAM Club.