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Boundless Terrain

Indigo and cream colored quilted strips extend from a white wall onto a wooden floor in this piece by artist Doug Baulos.

Doug Baulos, “things look different from far away,” installation, 2022.

August 22-December 10, 2022

Boundless Terrain will explore the natural world as a site of connection through time and space. The exhibit will feature the work of Tiffany Shaw, Doug Baulos, Sky Hopinka, Allison Janae Hamilton, Shoog McDaniel, Caroline Monnet and Laura Ortman, Erin Ethridge and Colleen Marie Foley, as well as selected works from MoFA’s Permanent Collection.

It’s A Lot Like Falling in Love: Legacies of Naiad Press in the Tallahassee Lesbian Community

June 9th-October 29th, 2022

Centering Naiad Press (1973 – 2003), a Tallahassee press dedicated to lesbian literature, as a community center, this exhibition will engage student-generated research, archival ephemera, and oral histories.

The oral history collection can be accessed at diginole.lib.fsu.edu. The PEN & Inc project site can be viewed at lgbtoralhistory.create.fsu.edu/naiadpress.

 

Shape Shifting: 35 Years of Late Modernist Prints

June 9th-December 10th, 2022

Colorful, geometric, and abstract artworks coalesce in an exploration of the formalist prints from MoFA’s Permanent Collection and features brand new acquisitions of work by Edival Ramosa, José Luis Rochet, Domingo López, and Elí Barreto.