This Fall, the University of North Florida and Lufrano Intercultural Gallery will proudly present "Lost Springs", a collaboration between Gainesville painter and activist Margaret Ross Tolbert and St. Augustine-based environmental filmmaker Matt Keene. This project chronicles the tragic demise of the iconic springs along the Ocklawaha River in North-Central Florida. This exhibit will show from September 21 to October 24.
"Lost Springs of the Ocklawaha" A multimedia exhibition of images, sculpture and film of Cannon Springs and Tobacco Patch Springs by various artists, featuring works by Margaret Ross Tolbert, Matt Keene, Karen Chadwick, Mark Long and others. "Lost Springs" by Matt Keene "Lost Springs" is a documentary film that follows Tolbert as she explores springs that are normally inaccessible due to the impoundment of the river by the Kirkpatrick Dam. The film expresses themes of loss, wonder and the experience in nature as it follows the course of a drawdown of the dam's pool which happens every three to four years, exposing a submerged world normally hidden below the highwater mark of the Rodman Impoundment.
M-Th: 9 a.m - 5 p.m / F: 9 a.m - 3 p.m
For more Information contact (904) 620-2600.
All Gallery events are free *UNF charges $5 for parking
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