STEAM2017 is a five-week program offering art exhibitions, lectures, artist-led workshops for students of regional K-12 programs, and a colloquium with participants and speakers from around the nation. It was created to encourage meaningful dialogue between University departments and various fields of study, while sparking conversations surrounding environmental stewardship. The theme for the 2017 program will focus on water and the environment.
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
STEAM2017 Schedule of Events | Exhibition open Feb. 2 - Mar. 11
Feb24 p.m. - 5 p.m. / Building 86, Room 130; UWF Pensacola campusJiayi and Shih-Wen Young: STEAM2017 Artist Talk
Jiayi and Shih-Wen Young will discuss their collaboration "Dance of a Tiger", an eight-channel soundscape and panoramic projection mapping migration tracks of Bluefin tuna, sea surface temperature changes, and fishing routes in the Pacific Ocean.
Feb25 p.m. - 8 p.m. / TAG at UWFSTEAM2017 Exhibition Opening Reception
The STEAM2017 exhibition is open Feb. 2 - Mar. 11 with an opening reception at The Art Gallery (TAG) at UWF.
Feb15Feb. 15 - 17 / CFPAArtists-In-Residence: Jeff Schmuki & Wendy DesChene of PlantBot Genetics
Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki of PlantBot Genetics will be on site to share their work with the community.
Feb151:00 p.m. / UWF CampusPlantBot Workshop for Students of Ramsay High School
Jeff Schmuki & Wendy DesChene lead an art and ecology workshop with students of Ramsay High School. This event is not open to the public.
Feb169:00 a.m. / UWF CampusPlantBot Workshop for Students of Foley High School
Jeff Schmuki and Wendy Deschene lead an art and ecology workshop with the students of Foley High School. This event is not open to the public.
Feb166:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. / First City Art Center (Downtown Pensacola)PlantBot Mothluck
The PlantBot Mothluck is a pop-up exhibition, artist talk, and potluck social event with Jeff Schmuki and Wendy DesChene.
Feb236 p.m. - 7 p.m. / Artel Gallery (Downtown Pensacola)Artist Talk: Caitlin Rhea
Caitlin Rhea will present her Artist Talk at Artel Gallery in Downtown Pensacola.
Mar1Mar. 1 - 5 / UWF CampusArtist-In-Residence: Elizabeth Demaray
Elizabeth Demaray will continue an in-residence project with the Digital Multimedia class, attend the artists reception, and deliver an Experience UWF Downtown Lecture in conjunction with the STEAM2017 Colloquium.
Mar25 p.m. - 8 p.m. / The Art Gallery (TAG) at UWFColloquium Pre-Event Artist Reception
Multiple artist talks will be held in preparation for the STEAM2017 Colloquium event.
Mar311:00 a.m. - Noon / CFPAWastewater Workshop
Artists & Colloquium presenters, FICTILIS, will lead a workshop before the afternoon tour. Topics include waste mapping, ecological sanitation, and the psychology/language of human waste. Followed by time for snacks and travel to the tour location.
Mar31:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. / ECUA Central Water Reclamation FacilityWastewater Tour
A guided tour of the Emerald Coast Utility Authority Central Water Reclamation Facility in Cantonment FL. Please wear low-heeled, closed-toe shoes. Tour is limited to 15 participants. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot.
Mar35 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. / Pensacola Museum of ArtUWF Downtown Lecture Series & STEAM2017 Keynote by Elizabeth Demaray
Elizabeth Demaray will present the STEAM2017 keynote lecture "Art and Science: Transdisciplinary Collaboration" as part of the UWF Downtown Lecture series.
The Colloquium marks the culmination of the STEAM2017 events.