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Lufrano Gallery’s newest exhibit: “Watershed”

Darvin Nelson, General Assignment Reporter

The Lufrano Intercultural Gallery on UNF’s campus has installed a new collection of pieces called “Watershed.” The exhibit highlights the relationship between “land, water, and man in the Mississippi River watershed, the largest watershed in North America,” reads the artist’s synopsis. A watershed is any area of land that collects precipitation and flows to different bodies of water, such as rivers and seas.

Photographed by Jeff Rich, these images focus on the development and usage of watersheds in the French Broad River, the Holston River, the Tennessee River, and rivers from the dams and vistas of Appalachia. Rich’s synopsis states that “this project will bring attention to the importance of the growing sustainability movement in this watershed and beyond.”

"Watershed" art exhibit in The Lufrano Gallery
Darvin Nelson

The Lufrano Gallery is open Mon-Thurs. from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Fri. from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., and is closed on the weekend. It is located in the Student Union 58E in suite 2401. All future gallery events are free.

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