ArtCalusa: Reflections on Representation | Monday November 04 2013

Dean Quigley, 2012 - The Calusa Indians and Don Ponce de León

ArtCalusa: Reflections on Representation is a group exhibition featuring Florida's leading historical artists working today, each of whom produces works of art based on scholarly research findings and experimental approaches in archaeology and history. ArtCalusa visually interprets the life and experiences of Florida's indigenous peoples, particularly the Calusa Indians through their contact with early European explorers. The exhibition also explores through artwork and text the dramatic changes in Florida's environment since people first moved to Florida over 12,000 years ago. Paintings, works on paper and sculpture will be exhibited in the City Pier building in historic downtown river district of Fort Myers from November 1 to December 11, 2013. Exhibiting artists include Luc Century, Merald Clark, Charles Dauray, Chris Kreider, David Meo, Theodore Morris, Dean Quigley, Hermann Trappman, and Jackson Walker. The College of Life Foundation has generously underwritten the exhibition that is co-curated by Theresa Schober and Barbara Hill.

Date and Time:

10:00am - 4:00pm November 4, 2013 - December 11, 2013


City Pier Building
1300 Hendry Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901

Free Event


Event Repeat Summary:

Exhibition hours Monday through Friday, 10am to 4pm

Contact Information:

Theresa Schober
(239) 851-9040