Alachua County Public Schools K–12 Student Art Installation

May 1 – 26, 2024 | The Wall

This digital and in-person installation represents the artistry of Elementary, Secondary and High School Students enrolled in Alachua County Public Schools during the 2023–24 school year.  

Alachua County Public Schools K–12 Student Art Installation

May 1 – 31, 2024 | The Promenade

This digital and in-person installation represents the artistry of Elementary, Secondary and High School Students enrolled in Alachua County Public Schools during the 2023–24 school year.  

Past Installations

P.K. Yonge Student Art Show

April 2 – 28, 2024 | Promenade

This digital installation represents the Honors and AP Art Show of the High School Visual Arts Program at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School at the University of Florida. 

Photograph of Survivors of Violence Art Installation, 2024

Survivors of Violence Art Installation

April 2 – 30, 2024 | The Wall

Uplift and Unite presents creative expressions by members of our community in commemoration of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Crime Victim’s Rights Week. Organized by the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center, this installation recognizes that together, we have the power to shape a future where survivors find solace, support and healing. Join us for an opening reception on Thursday, April 4 from 10 am – 12 pm.

Color photograph of bees on a beecomb by PK Yonge student Jade P.

March 4 – 31, 2024 | The Wall & Promenade

These digital and physical installations represent the Honors & AP Art Show of the High School Visual Arts Program at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School at the University of Florida.

Art & Pride: LGBTQ+ UF Student Art Installation

January 9 – 28, 2024 | The Wall

Enjoy a showcase of art by LGBTQ+ students at the University of Florida. Organized by the University of Florida Student Government LGBTQ+ Affairs. 

Photograph of paintings by intern Jeneice Ware

Intern and Volunteer Art Show

September 26 – November 12, 2023 | The Wall

This installation highlights the creativity, passion and craftsmanship of the Fall 2023 Harn Museum of Art interns and volunteers.

Photograph of Staff, Intern and Volunteer Art Show

Staff, Intern and Volunteer Art Show

June 27 – August 3, 2023 | The Wall

Discover the diverse talents behind the Harn Museum of Art! View works in a variety of media by security guards, educators, registrars, students and more that exemplify the creativity and imagination of staff, interns and volunteers across a range of departments.

Illustration of a California Hare by John James Audubon

Pets and Animals

Summer 2023 | Flat Files Installation

Celebrating wild creatures and domesticated friends in the Harn Museum of Art collection.

Nan Goldin photograph:

Art + Pride

June 2023 | Promenade

In celebration of Pride Month, we invite you to enjoy this digital display featuring select works in the Harn Museum collection by LGBTQIA+ artists. The Harn is committed to expanding the collection of art by queer artists and display of works featuring LGBTQIA+ themes.

Alachua County Public Schools K–12 Student Art Installation

Alachua County Public Schools K–12 Student Art Installation

May 2 – 21, 2023 | The Wall and Promenade

This digital and in-person installation represents the artistry of Elementary, Secondary and High School Students enrolled in Alachua County Public Schools during the 2022–23 school year.

Sadao Watanabe,

Wondrous Nature: Celebrating Moments of Nature in Art

November 15, 2022 – Spring 2023 | Flat Files Installation

Enjoy a selection of works on nature in paint, print and photography

“There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks.
Most of the time we are simply not patient enough,
quiet enough, to pay attention to the story, to be attentive.” – Linda Hogan

Survivors of Violence Art Installation

April 4 – 30 | The Wall

Drawing Connections: Prevention Demands Equity presents creative expressions by members of our community in commemoration of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Crime Victim’s Rights Week. Join us for an opening reception on Thursday, April 6 from 10 am – 12 pm. Organized by the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center.

P.K. Yonge Student Art Show

April 4 – 30 | Promenade

This digital installation represents the Honors & AP Art Show of the High School Visual Arts Program at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School at the University of Florida.

Artwork by P.K. Yonge students

P.K. Yonge Student Art Show

March 1 – 31 | The Wall

This installation represents the work of the Middle and High School Visual Arts Program at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School at the University of Florida.

Artwork by Janine Hall, Curatorial Contemporary intern

Intern and Volunteer Art Show

February 7 – 26 | The Wall

This installation highlights the creativity, passion and craftsmanship of the Spring 2023 Harn Museum of Art Interns and Volunteers.

Mama Baby, Tidal Pools, Trinadad, California by Justine Kurland

Art + Pride: Celebrating LGBTQIA+ Creativity in the Collection

Fall 2022 | Flat Files Installation

Explore the flat file drawers to view a selection of photographs by queer artist in the Harn’s collection.

MUSE by Shannon Moriarty

Intern & Volunteer Art Show

September 20–November 13 | The Wall

This installation highlights the creativity, passion and craftsmanship of the Fall 2022 Harn Museum of Art Interns and Volunteers.

Pool Party by Rebecca Matson

Staff Art Show

July 26–September 18 | The Wall

Discover the diverse talents behind the Harn Museum of Art! View works in a variety of media by security guards, educators, registrars and more that exemplify the creativity and imagination of staff across a range of departments.

PK Yonge High School Creative Photography Class with Susan I Johnson

PK Yonge Student Art Digital Installation

May 24–June 26, 2022 | Promenade

This digital installation represents the work of the Middle and High School Visual Arts Program at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School at the University of Florida.

Prince of Chicago by Tamerial, 8th Grade

Alachua County Public Schools K-12 Student Art Installation

April 26–May 22, 2022 | Promenade and The Wall

This digital and in-person installation represents the artistry of Elementary, Secondary and High School Students enrolled in Alachua County Public Schools during the 2021-22 school year.

Lady Justice logo

Survivors of Violence

April 12–17, 2022 | The Wall

This installation presents creative expressions by members of our community in commemoration of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Crime Victim’s Rights Week. Organized by the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center. Reception: Tuesday, April 12, 10 am – 12 pm in the Classrooms.

UF Racial Justice Project

December 7–21, 2021 | Promenade

Embark on a journey to learn about the thoughts and experiences of 24 Black University of Florida students. Here they detail their perceptions of support during the beginning era of Covid-19 and the Black Lives Matter Movement during the spring and summer of the year 2020.

The research study is funded by the UF Office of Research Racial Justice Grant: Award Number AWD09458 and is coordinated by Gabriella Alexis, Alina McCloud, Chandler LeBlanc, Zoe Flowers, Michelle Abraczinskas, Janee Duncan and Kimberly Wiley.

Believe you can leave and set yourself free! T-shirt

Peaceful Paths Clothesline Project

October 1–31, 2021 | Promenade

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Clothesline Project (CLP) is a program started in Cape Cod, MA, in 1990 to address the issue of violence against women. For women who have been affected by violence, it is a means of expressing their emotions by decorating a t-shirt. After the shirts have been decorated, they are hung on a clothesline display. The intention of the display is to honor survivors and act as a memorial for the victims. It is also intended to aid in the healing process for those who were directly affected and those who have lost someone special to violence. Lastly, the clothesline display is to educate society and promote awareness, as well as to document violent crimes against women.

For more details, please visit clotheslineproject.org
If you or someone you know needs help, please reach out to Peaceful Paths. Services are available 24 hours/day.
Local helpline: 352-377-8255
www.peacefulpaths.org

Axolotl by Oona, Fourth grade

P.K. Yonge Student Art Digital Installation

May 25–June 27, 2021 | Promenade

This digital installation represents the artistry of Elementary students enrolled in Instructor Marci Drury’s art class.

Self Portrait by Shania, Second grade

Alachua County Public Schools Student Art Digital Installation

April 20 – May 23, 2021 | Promenade

This digital installation represents the artistry of Elementary and Secondary Students enrolled in Alachua County Public Schools.

Selections from P.K. Yonge Student Art Digital Installation

P.K. Yonge Student Art Digital Installation

March 16 – April 18, 2021 | Promenade

This digital installation represents the work of the High School Visual Arts Program at P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School at the University of Florida. Art instructor Brian Moody presents student work created by beginning 2D and Ceramics students from the 2019-20 school year and beginning 2D and Honors/AP students during the 2020-21 school year.

Untitled by Eliana Ungaro

P.K. Yonge Student Art Digital Installation

October 29–November 29, 2020 | Promenade

This digital installation features art by students from P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School at the University of Florida. Art instructor Susan Irene Johnson presents My World Collages by middle school visual arts students and A Day in the Life of COVID-19 by creative photography students.

Mirjam Frosth

Intern & Volunteer Art Show

March 10–April 15, 2020 | The Wall, Lower Level

This installation highlights the creativity, passion and craftsmanship of the Spring 2020 Harn Museum of Art Interns and Volunteers.

Prayer (Three NASFAT female members praying together) by Akintunde Akinleye

The Spiritual Highway: Religious World Making in Megacity Lagos

January 14 – February 16, 2020 | The Wall, Lower Level

Discover a crossroad of religions in Lagos, Nigeria through the photographs of Akintunde Akinleye. These works capture the fervor of belief shared by different faiths, the public performance of religion, and unexpected exchanges that blur the boundaries between the two religious traditions. Organized by Dr. Marloes Janson, SOAS University of London. Coordinated at UF by Professor Benjamin Soares, UF Center for Global Islamic Studies; UF Department of Religion, with support from the UF Center for African Studies; UF Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Studies Research; Celebrate 2020; and UF College of Journalism and Communications.