UCF Art Gallery and Rollins Museum of Art collaborate for the first time ever with “Pathways 2022: The Carlos Malamud Prize,” an exhibition devoted to supporting emerging artists in Florida.
On view from May 19 to Sept. 4, the inaugural collaborative exhibition features six artists with diverse practices. The collection touches on various themes and experiences while displaying a wide breadth of perspectives.
“We have people at different stages of life,” says Rollins Museum of Art curator Gisela Carbonell. “We’re happy that we have variety here.”
With a diverse set of mediums ranging from installations to photography, you can explore them all in this collection.
“Pathways 2022: The Carlos Malamud Prize” is free and open to the public for all to experience.
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