Publications: calendar (biennial); exhibition catalogues: newsletter: posters.
USF CAM presents changing exhibitions, designed to introduce students, faculty, and the community to current trends in contemporary fine art from Florida, the United States, and around the WOlld. The Museum also maintains the Umveisitj S Exterior view of University of South Florida art collection of over 3,500 artworks. Its primary Contemporary Art Museum. Photograph courtesy of strength is in contemporary graphics. Many of CAMs L?nivers of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, holdings have been produced at USFs Graphicstudio, ampa’ on a- an internationally recognized print atelier. CAMs holdings include works by such artists as Vito Acconci, Arakawa, Sandro Chia, Chuck Close, Jim Dine, David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Roj Lichtenstein. Robertlethorpe, Matt Mullican. Robert Rauschenberg. James Rosenquist, Richard Serra, and Andy Warhol. Additionally, site specific works have been placed throughout the USF campus under Floridas Art in State Buildings Program. Major public arts projects include works by Dale Eldred, Richard Fleischner, Doug Hollis. Nancy Holt, Tim Rollins and K.O.S, Ned Smyth, and ! Elyn Zimmerman.
Tampa Museum of Art
Publications: exhibition catalogues; gallery guides; magazine; newsletter & calendar. “ArtMuse”.
The Museum presents exhibits of vsurks drawn from its permanent collection and trave.ng exhibitions. Its permanent collection includes an extensive group of Etruscan, Greek, and Roman an’ iquities: contemporary American painting: works on paper, and l&t’n to 20th-century photography.