Florida early voting starts this weekend!

While the general election happens on November 6, registered Florida voters can vote early so there’s no conflict with classes or work. Here are the details for Tallahassee:

SATURDAY October 27, 2012 to SATURDAY November 3, 2012

HOURS LOCATION
7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday – Saturday
Leon County Courthouse Rotunda
7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday – Saturday
Northeast Library, Woodville Community Library,
Eastside Library and Ft. Braden Library

Here is the voter guide for the national, state, and local elections. Vote early and be counted. If you don’t vote in an election then you are essentially letting someone else, with possibly wildly different believes than you, vote for you. Don’t let that happen.

Call for Florida Artists: Atlantic Center for the Arts

ACA invites artists living and working in Florida to submit to an annual juried review for the 2012 exhibition schedule. Open to all Florida artists working in any media. Individual and group proposals accepted. Submissions will be reviewed before a panel of artists/arts professionals. Selected artists will be offered a solo or group exhibition in 2012.

More info: Exhibition Opportunities at Atlantic Center for the Arts.

Wendy Babcox artist lecture

The FSU Visiting Artist Lecture Series invites you to attend:

FSU Visiting Artists Series featuring Wendy Babcox
Thursday, February 4, 2010
7:00 – 8:00pm
Room 249, Fine Arts Building: 530 E Call Street St.,Tallahassee, FL

Wendy Babcox is a British interdisciplinary artist who received her BFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder and her MFA from the University of Florida where she received a Presidential Fellowship. She now teaches at the University of South Florida in Tampa.

Her work exists in a wide variety of media including photography, video, installation and performance and has received two public art commissions. She draws upon interrelatedness of site, place and contemporary in her recent works, calling upon the imagery of animals, tourist attractions and acts of female transgression.

Projects bave been exhibited and performed nationally and internationally in places such as the Bronx Museum the Kitchen and Exit Art in New York, The Glass Curtain Gallery at Columbia College in Chicago, the Transmodern Age Festival in Baltimore, the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids, Miami Beach Cinematheque, Miami the International Center of Bethlehem, Al Hoash Gallery, Jerusalem and in Russia, New Zealand, Mexico, Columbia and Peru.

www.wendybabcox.com