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WEDU ARTS PLUS

208: USF Contemporary Art Museum

  • Aired: 10/24/2013
  • 07:09
  • Rating: NR
We interview Director Margaret Miller and curator Noel Smith from the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, who describe "SubRosa: The Language of Resistance." The exhibition offers works from artists who instill political activism in their art despite the oppression of their native countries.
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Learn about the latest exhibit at the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum.
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