MELBOURNE, FLA.—The Florida Institute of Technology Humanities and Communication Performing Arts Series, sponsored by the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society student chapter, will present “Art Intension: Purgative Possibilities in Creative Construction” Feb. 16. The presentation will be given by Joan Matey, curator, Crooked River Lighthouse Museum in Carrabelle, Fla., at 7 p.m. in the Denius Student Center’s Hartley Room on campus.
A freelance artist, actress, program and event developer, Matey will highlight the innovations and the challenges of combining performance with other artistic media.
Matey received her art degree from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla. Her educational outreach has developed numerous annual events and programs to teach local history in North Florida. Her artistic career covers stage performance, stage props and a variety of mixed media arts.
The event is free to Florida Tech students and subscribers to the Performing Arts Series. Admission for faculty, staff and the community is $15.
For more information, call (321) 674-8082, or visit http://cpla.fit.edu/hu-com.