Unbreakable
After watching the movie Unbreakable, student Matthew Brown writes, "
The human body represents the decay of flesh, broken bones, and losing the ability to function in day-to-day life. Elijah Price, played by Samuel L. Jackson, is the embodiment of human frailty in Unbreakable." MORE >>>
 

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Salvador Dali Museum

Tampa Museum of Art

USF Contemporary
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St. Petersburg Museum
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Covivant Gallery & Studios

Florida International Museum

Ringling Museum of Art

Gulf Coast Museum of Art

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Guggenheim Museum, NYC


Metropolitan
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MOMA, NYC
Museum of Modern Art


Whitney Museum
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Rhizome.org

Whitney Artport

Turbulence.org

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Barnes & Noble

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Amazon.com

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Feeling Dwarfed ?
After viewing Dwarf Heads, by Paul McCarthy, at the Tampa Museum of Art, Lisa Apsey believes that "something we do not have control over," such as skin color or sexual identity, "is being made fun of in the form of something cute and innocent." She shares her personal experiences. MORE >>>




Breakable.
Denise Terwillegar explores Mary Ann Zynsky's glassworks at the Tampa Museum of Art.
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"To a Mouse"
Sabrina Gilbert offers an analysis of Robert Burns' poem "To a Mouse", in relationship to Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. MORE >>>

Music
ArtZone is looking for student music responses to post to this new section of the web site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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