Hello FIU! I’m sure many of you are enjoying the current term—all that studying, and all them papers due within the first few weeks of the semester—you must be loving it. However, despite all that hard work, the semester is moving right along; it’s almost that half way point already. That also means that the 2015 Aesthetics and Values Art Exhibition is right around the corner! Pretty soon, the school will be littered with flyers for the event. Your colleges are going to be talking about it, and your teachers will be raving about it. And that’s nice, but what we really want is for you to think about it. From its very start, art has been used as a way of expressing one’s self. It has been used to reveal the beauty of the world, to communicate across time, to suppress whole nations and liberate others. Art has been used to expose certain truths, to expand one’s mind, and to speak up when no one else seems to hear.
What does art mean to you?
Join in on the discussion. April 15 – May 10 @ the Frost Art Museum.