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“MOCA IS NOW” makes planning for One Spark easy
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“MOCA IS NOW” makes planning for One Spark easy

Planning your One Spark 2015 schedule around 555 creator projects, several lectures and multiple concerts may seem daunting, but MOCA’s weeklong recurring schedule for the world’s largest crowd funding festival makes it easy to fit in your agenda. Admission will be free to the public and its hours will be extended from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. April 7 – 11 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 12.

“Visual Love Letters”: UNF graduate expresses her love for the artistic process in MOCA exhibition
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“Visual Love Letters”: UNF graduate expresses her love for the artistic process in MOCA exhibition

As the first student to participate in MOCA’s inaugural student artist-in-residence, UNF sculpture graduate Erica Mendoza dedicated her final semester in creating for her exhibition, “Visual Love Letters.” Her exhibit showcases her work with different materials and her expression of love, loss and healing. “Visual Love Letters” will be on display at MOCA until March 30, 2015.

“Beyond the Degree” depicts the future for art students
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“Beyond the Degree” depicts the future for art students

The “Beyond the Degree” exhibit features work by UNF alumni and coincides with the 10th anniversary of the UNF Art and Design program’s establishment. Because fine art students may wonder, “What do I do next?” Gallery Director Jim Draper said the purpose of the exhibit is to answer questions that current art and design students may have had about post-graduate plans.