Visit the Santa Fe Gallery for “We’re All Undone By Each Other” Published on Friday, Aug. 19, 2016

Art Exhibit “We’re All Undone By Each Other” Now Showing at Santa Fe College Gallery

Solo Art Exhibit With “Sensory Experience” Now Showing at Santa Fe College Gallery

Gainesville, FL – According to Oliver Klicker, the artist for ‘We’re All Undone By Each Other’, a solo exhibit currently showing at the Santa Fe Gallery, “The exhibit is a complete sensory experience only discernable for the viewer by the sum of its parts: The smell of lavender, the calming sound of the ocean, the warmth of the earth all come together to try to make sense of senseless tragedy”.DSC03152

‘We’re All Undone By Each Other’ started showing on August 2, 2016 and will run through September 12, 2016 at the Santa Fe College Art Gallery located in Building M, room 147. A reception for the show will be held at the gallery September 2, 2016 from 7 p.m. to 9
p.m. Regular gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m to 4 p.m.

The exhibition is sponsored by: Santa Fe Art Gallery, Santa Fe Fine Arts Department and the Santa Fe Center for Student Leadership and Activities. It is FREE to the public and catered by Blue Water Bay.

Note: This Exhibit Contains Some Nudity.

For more information contact Gallery Manager kyle.novak@sfcollege.edu

About Santa Fe College

Founded in 1966, Santa Fe College is part of the Florida College System and a charter member of the prestigious League for Innovation in the Community College. SF is a public college offering bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and almost 90 fast-track career and technical certificates, with an annual enrollment of about 22,000. Santa Fe College was named the number one community college in the nation by the Aspen Institute in 2015. SF is home to a planetarium, a nationally recognized teaching zoo and a state-of-the-art Fine Arts Hall, and annually produces the Santa Fe College Spring Arts Festival, the largest cultural arts event in Alachua County. Visit sfcollege.edu for more information.