UCF Art Gallery | June 8-30, 2017
In commemoration of the one-year anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, the UCF Art Gallery presented photographs, quilts, paintings, films, and installations that responded to the tragedy and exemplified themes of remembrance, resilience, and resistance. Featuring work by students, faculty, staff, and community members, the exhibition celebrated the lives of the victims, engaged with social and political issues, and demonstrated the power of love to triumph over hate.
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For more about the show and interviews with the artists, click here
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Interview with participating artist Matthew Mosher (Jeanette Lenoir, “Using Art To Challenge Gun Violence In America.” E Pluribus: America. June 7, 2017).