UCF School of Visual Arts & Design (SVAD) SNEAK PEEK

June 4, 2019

Visit with SVAD professors and learn about the curriculum trends shaping their courses. A fascinating, insider’s tour – creative, cool and climate controlled.  
followed by:
UCF Art Gallery’s OPENING RECEPTION for Specters of Capital:
An Exploration in Architecture and Identity by Morgan Craig.
See the exhibit and have an opportunity to meet and talk with the artist Morgan Craig, following his remarks.
Details: THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 2019
5-5:45 PM Tour: inside studio classrooms with SVAD faculty
6-6:30 PM Artist Talk with Morgan Craig
6:30-7 PM Reception and refreshments

Presented by: Town & Gown Council at UCF and UCF School of Visual Arts & Design

Hosts: Shannon Lindsey, UCF Art Gallery (Gown); Terry Olson Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs; Sara Segal UCF Flying Horse Editions (Gown)
This event is FREE and open to the public. Feel free to bring guests, but do register them for an accurate headcount.
RSVP TODAY: https://bit.ly/2XtBgTm

The UCF Art Gallery is located at 12400 Aquarius Agora Dr, Orlando, FL 32816
PARKING: Free parking is available in Garage F next to CFE Arena. $5 parking lot H-4 or Garage I requires purchasing a visitor permit from a kiosk. Please note that visitors should park in green student spaces ONLY, as the $5 daily permit does not cover red and blue spaces.


UCF Celebrates the Arts, April 5-14, 2019

March 6, 2019

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

April 5-14, 2019

See information about the full schedule of performances HERE!


UCF Downtown

February 10, 2019

See what’s happening at UCF’s newest campus UCF Downtown.


Upcoming Town & Gown Events 2019

Town & Gown Art Walk: May 2019 UCF Research Park, More information to come


Town & Gown Friendship Luncheon, Feb. 19, 2019

Thank you all for attending The Friendship Luncheon on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at the Country Club of Orlando. 


Friendship Luncheon Speaker: Pamela “Sissi” Carroll, Ed.D. Professor and Dean College of Community Innovation and Education 

Pamela “Sissi” Carroll joined UCF in 2015; she came from Oklahoma State University, where she has served as dean and director of professional education and the Stella V. Anderson Endowed Professor of Education. She has also been associate dean for academic affairs in the College of Education at Florida State University and a faculty member there for 21 years, also serving in various administrative roles, including department chair and program coordinator. Carroll, or Sissi as she prefers to be called, was inspired to pursue teaching because of her family. She taught her twin brother and her older brother “a thing or two” from very early on.