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The Harn Jukebox
Enjoy our Spotify Playlist Inspired by Recent Gifts of Works of Art Depicting Florida This list was created by Harn Members and Friends. Read more about the current exhibition where they are displayed.
Shadow to Substance Playlist
Spotify Playlist Developed by Kimberly Williams, Exhibition Co-Curator
David A. Cofrin Asian Art Wing Rock Garden
Martin McKeller, Harn Asian Garden Specialist discusses the Harn’s rock garden. Video production by Kian McKellar of Key In Films at kianmckellar.com.
“Artists Can Change the Status Quo”
Created in conjunction with The World to Come: Art in the Age of the Anthropocene soon to open at the DePaul Art Museum. Video Created by UF News and Communications
UF Health Shands Radiology Examination of Two Sculptures
Drs. Bob and Eric Thoburn led a team of scientists to take X-ray and CT scan images of a 17th century Japanese bodhisattva and a rare Joseon dynasty Korean wooden sculpture.
“Peace, Power and Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa” Introduction
This recently installed exhibition explores the roles of metal objects in sustaining, unifying and enhancing life in African communities, while demonstrating the aesthetic and expressive power of metal arts.
“Dreaming Alice: Maggie Taylor Through the Looking-Glass” Introduction
Dreaming Alice celebrates internationally-acclaimed artist Maggie Taylor and her recent body of work, an illustration of “Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There,” by Lewis Carroll. Taylor has garnered widespread attention for her breakthrough use of technology in her art.
“African Metalwork” Interview
Harn Museum of Art Director of Education and Curator of Academic Programs, Eric Segal interviews Harn Curator of African Art, Susan Cooksey about her new exhibition Peace, Power and Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa during our virtual Museum Nights that took place on April 9. Read more about the exhibition.
Peace, Power and Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa Gold Ensemble
Harn Museum of Art Curator of African Art Susan Cooksey discusses a gold ensemble on view in “Peace, Power and Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa.”