A loud, energizing buzz filled the air. A line of almost 400 students wrapped from the center of the atrium to the back of the Student Union, in which some students waited for over three and a half hours.
It’s a gallery of self-titled work, accented in red, highlighting experiences of Diana Juliao’s soul.
"This is my letter to the world, that never wrote to me — the simple news that nature told, with tender majesty. Her message is committed, to hands I cannot see; for love of her, sweet countrymen; judge tenderly of me!"
Unlike other faculty members, Shannon Lindsey’s office is in the back of the UCF Art Gallery behind two metal doors that are always unlocked during working hours.
Their artwork takes up space on bulletin boards, lines the walls of most of the hallways at UCF and informs knights of upcoming events around campus.
With Hurricane Irma howling outside her window Sept. 10, Nicole Goldman’s mind was occupied with thoughts of a tiny island in the Caribbean.
On a gray wall in the busy main entrance of the John C. Hitt Library, colorful photographs and vivid paintings done by unlikely artists made some students pause to appreciate the artwork.
Students, faculty, staff and members of the community attended the Resilience: Remembering Pulse exhibit opening on Thursday. The opening was from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. with a short speech from Barbara Poma, the owner of Pulse.
Temperatures this summer range anywhere from an uncomfortable 80 degrees to a barely habitable 100, but a different atmosphere looms inside the art gallery in the Visual Arts Building.