Wednesday, Apr 25, 2018

Strangers in a Strange Land: Picturing Florida’s History Through Art

Time: 2:00 pm til 3:30 pm

Location: Sulphur Springs Museum, 1101 East River Cove St, Tampa

Description: Florida’s rich visual mythology spans centuries, attesting to the vivid imagination of artists who captured the essence of an exotic landscape, as well as the flamboyant narratives that fuel Florida’s reputation for eccentricity. Dr. O’Connor “looks for Florida” among the images that tell our state’s story. “Who” is Florida? And how do we discover her “real” face? O’Connor, Prof. Emerita of Art History at Santa Fe College, has published widely on history, and is the author of the new American River: Tributaries, a fictional trilogy.

Refreshments and prize drawing

FPAN is posting this event as a courtesy, we will neither be hosting nor attending this event.


Strangers in a Strange Land: Picturing Florida’s History Through Art

Time: 2:00 pm til 3:30 pm

Location: Sulphur Springs Museum, 1101 East River Cove St, Tampa

Description: Florida’s rich visual mythology spans centuries, attesting to the vivid imagination of artists who captured the essence of an exotic landscape, as well as the flamboyant narratives that fuel Florida’s reputation for eccentricity. Dr. O’Connor “looks for Florida” among the images that tell our state’s story. “Who” is Florida? And how do we discover her “real” face? O’Connor, Prof. Emerita of Art History at Santa Fe College, has published widely on history, and is the author of the new American River: Tributaries, a fictional trilogy.

Refreshments and prize drawing

FPAN is posting this event as a courtesy, we will neither be hosting nor attending this event.


Strangers in a Strange Land: Picturing Florida’s History Through Art

Time: 2:00 pm til 3:30 pm

Location: Sulphur Springs Museum, 1101 East River Cove St, Tampa

Description: Strangers in a Strange Land: Picturing
Florida’s History Through Art
Mallory O’Connor, Ph.D.
Sunday, March 25, 2:00 p.m.

Florida’s rich visual mythology spans centuries, attesting to the vivid imagination of artists who captured the essence of an exotic landscape, as well as the flamboyant narratives that fuel Florida’s reputation for eccentricity. Dr. O’Connor “looks for Florida” among the images that tell our state’s story. “Who” is Florida? And how do we discover her “real” face? O’Connor, Prof. Emerita of Art History at Santa Fe College, has published widely on history, and is the author of the new American River: Tributaries, a fictional trilogy.

Refreshments and prize drawing
In Conjunction with
Just Above the Water:Florida Folk Art

FPAN is posting this event as a courtesy, we will neither be hosting nor attending this event.

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