2018 Full-time Faculty Exhibition

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Presented by Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Broward College at Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Davie FL

Jan 25
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Feb 21
2018 Full-time Faculty Exhibition

The exhibit features recent works by Broward College Visual Arts Department full-time faculty

The exhibit features recent works by Broward College Visual and Performing Arts Department full-time faculty and nationally recognized artists, including Teresa Diehl, John Foster, Jan Johnson, Jim Lansing, Catherine Leisek, Rick McCawley, Lisa Rockford, John Selburg, and Leo Stitsky. Various media and disciplines, such as painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and multi-media installation have been used in the eclectic show.

ADMISSION INFO

Free Admission

Contact: 954-201-6984

Email: rosemaryduffylarsongallery@gmail.com

INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES *

Additional time info:

Opening reception: Jan 25, 6 – 9 p.m.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery

Broward College, A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Davie, FL

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COMMENTS

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  1. Hello, my name is Kenneth Perry and I’m writing to ask about a Facebook post I saw this morning. A gentleman and fellow veteran posted a picture of an all white American flag, cut in half, attached to the floor and being walked on. He claims it is an art display sanctioned by Broward College. In the environment we find ourselves in these days it’s hard to believe what you see anywhere. He posted

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    • Not only that, but they place the flag where people are walking to trick people into stepping on the flag, and taking photos of them as they do.

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    • Ken, ditto. I also saw the article and it piqued my interest. It is unfortunate that every reporter who cranked out a piece on this did this without finishing their story, but I guess in the days of click bait and internet ad revenue based on traffic metrics this is where we are. I’m interested, I like discourse and thoughtful opinion. I feel like that’s lost lately, and so much predicated on

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  2. A professor at Broward College in Florida cut an American flag in half, painted it white, and laid it on the ground as a doormat for a school art display. My dad fought in WWII. Your college has dishonored him and all Americans who have served and serve now. Also you dishonor your own country. Disgusting. I call on all alumni who donate money to this school to stop. By giving money to an

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  3. Please refer all inquiries to Lesli Franco (lfranco@broward.edu)

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  4. The artist’s contempt is understandable but sadly misplaced. For over one hundred years, our nation hijacked by the .01% of the 1%, our people poisoned, dumbed down and brainwashed to fight in foreign lands for a disguised agenda that is not ours. The real enemies of freedom can be found on Wall St. and in the City of London/The Square Mile. They are not interested in moral values or the

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    • Why is it art when someone wants to trash America? If this was done with the koran, all the professors would be flapping their wings in protest clamoring for tolerance, dialogue and respect. HYPOCRITES!
      Sign this petition and make your voice heard.
      https://www.tfpstudentaction.org/petitions/flag-desecration-at-broward-college

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  5. some students should get together and do the same exact thing in some public space with sign saying :free art space and safe space” and get a palestinian flag and a islamic flag (like from Saudi Arabia) and brown university flag and do the same… and see the reaction

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  6. The American flag is a symbol of freedom, liberty and human rights. It is a symbol of our home and all that we believe in. A symbol its citizens rally behind, whether on our shores or foreign shores. Some hold the flag as something sacred, others have a moderate reverence for it.
    But what about those who demonstrate their beliefs and views by desecrating the American flag?
    Should citizens be

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