The 2014 edition of InsideART focuses on the USFCAM exhibition CAM@25: Social Engagement.
The USF Contemporary Art Museum celebrates its 25th anniversary with CAM@25: Social Engagement to highlight its history of bringing artists, and the practice of making contemporary art, to the Tampa Bay community. This selection of installations serves to mark CAM’s extensive history of exhibitions, commissions and collaborations with artists whose practices and projects embrace an ethos of responsible social meaning, purpose and motivation in the public sphere. Artists include Los Carpinteros (Cuba/Spain), Pedro Reyes (Mexico), and Janaina Tschäpe (Brazil/Germany).
Common Core State Standards – In addition to Visual Arts and Social Studies curriculum standards, lessons in the InsideART curriculum cover Common Core standards related to:
- Reading: Informational Text
- Speaking and Listening
- Literacy in History/Social Studies
The links on this page allow you to download the index and lesson files of the CAM@25 InsideART.
- Click ONCE on links to open, or right click (control click) to download
- Files can be downloaded individually or as a complete archive (.zip) at the bottom of the page.
- Curriculum and readings are available as both Microsoft Word documents (.doc) and Adobe Acrobat documents (.pdf)
- Presentations are Microsoft PowerPoint presentations (.ppt)
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Download Complete InsideART 2014 Materials
Lessons plus index (.zip - 82MB)
Download the CAM@25: Social Engagement exhibition brochure in pdf format
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Supported in part by:
The SEA Foundation
The Gobioff Foundation
Arts Council of Hillsborough County, Board of County Commissioners
Florida Division of Cultural Affairs
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