Evans Library — 09 December 2010
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Green art on display at Evans Library

By Rose Petralia

This holiday season, amid the bright red profusion of lush poinsettias at the Evans Library, you will also find a bit of green.

The Strawbridge Art League, which hosts studios for working Melbourne artists, installed its Go Green exhibit on Wednesday to the delight of Florida Tech students, faculty, and staff. The collection, which includes pieces categorized as either Florida Wildlife: Fish to FeathersUse it up: Recycle, or Our Green Earth: Lagoon to Estuary, comes to us after a showing at the Brevard Art Museum.

Library IT Assistant Manager Nathan Miller admires "Florida Cracker," by Mindy Colton, at the Go Green exhibit.

Library IT Assistant Manager Nathan Miller admires "Florida Cracker," by Mindy Colton, at the Go Green exhibit.

Among the contributions, you will see sculpture, paintings, paper arts, and even a mobile or two. Find these beautiful and creative art works in the Evans Library lobby through spring (the Library’s hours are posted on our website).

Several students stopped by the Service Desk late Wednesday evening with warm cups of coffee to comment on their favorite pieces. Which is yours?

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Rose Petralia

I am an Instruction Librarian and Information Advocate for the Department of Marine and Environmental Systems at Florida Tech's Evans Library.

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