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Student Voices

As part of FSU’s campus life, MoFA is in a unique position to showcase the voices of our students, teachers, and alumni. This particular collection of blog posts is the work of MoFA’s student interns. Each intern is encouraged to create a blog post that combines both the current exhibitions at MoFA and their own interests. Below you will read insightful articles about topics such as art history, museum studies, and student creativity. Enjoy our Student Voices!

– Sahara Lyon, BA 2020

 

Shan Goshorn’s Cultural Memory and Her Baskets

May 7, 2020
Written by Cassondra Mckenzie Shan Goshorn, July 3rd, 1957 - December 1st, 2018, was an Eastern Band Cherokee artist. She was raised in North Carolina and lived in Tulsa ...
MoFA Is Not Neutral

MoFA Is Not Neutral

April 22, 2020
Written by Harley Preston Museums exist for many purposes, including to entertain, to educate, and to preserve. With these objectives come certain responsibilities. So, ...
Frances Gallardo and the Exploration of Hurricanes

Frances Gallardo and the Exploration of Hurricanes

April 13, 2020
Written by Taylor Guy and Mia Gonzalez On January 16, Florida State University’s MoFA presented their latest exhibition Rising Water, which explored creative responses ...
Picturing Destruction: Burtynsky and Misrach’s Environmental Photography

Picturing Destruction: Burtynsky and Misrach’s Environmental Photography

March 10, 2020
Written by Gabrielle Abbosh Rising Water, MoFA’s current exhibition, presents the impacts that major storms have had on the contributing artists and their communities. ...