Instead of traditional chairs, students sit on an exercise ball that bounces slightly or on a stool that wobbles from side to side.
The exhibit remains up until May 6.
The University’s student-edited annual literary journal is funded by the English department and features creative writing and art by UWF students of all majors.
Seventeen graduating UWF graphic design students will showcase their work at “Ellipsis.” The exhibition is scheduled for April 25-30 at the Pensacola Museum of Art.
The institute will focus on new research into the role of migrations, along with new approaches to studying them and new types of evidence, such as DNA and archaeological finds.
The annual juried show featuring student work is now up in The Art Gallery. The exhibit remains open through April 15. About 45 works are on display.
The Chartres labyrinth design symbolizes the pilgrimage to Jerusalem and is based on earlier spiral designs from prehistory.
Finley’s lecture capped off a week-long visit to the Pensacola area sponsored by the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities.
The class includes about 15 students, and they meet once a week in the Music Hall on the UWF Pensacola Campus.
Delivering the keynote address was veteran of four space flights Capt. Wendy B. Lawrence.
Panels included successful women from different backgrounds and discussed subjects related to gender power, dreams and how to relate with other people in the workplace.
The event explored how art adds to the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and math to examine issues related to the environment.