A participatory public art project called “Tabula Rasa” (Tampa) presented by the USF Contemporary Art Museum is from 9 a.m. to noon on Feb. 12 at Meacham Urban Farm, 1108 E. Scott St. in Tampa.
The public is invited by the museum to participate in the art project, the second of two free events, which is in conjuction with the “Bosco Sodi: Básico” exhibition on view at the museum through March 5. The museum, part of the Institute for Reasearch in Art in the USF College of The Arts, is located at 3821 USF Holly Drive, Tampa.
“Inspired by Earth’s universal cycles of growth, “Tabula Rasa”, Latin for ‘clean slate,’ symbolizes new beginnings,” according to the museum, and was first installed on May 23, 2021, in New York City’s Washington Square Park.
Here are the details for the event, according to the museum:
Saturday, February 12, 2022
“Bosco Sodi: Tabula Rasa” (Tampa)
9 a.m. to noon, Meacham Urban Farm, 1108 E Scott St, Tampa, 33602.
Mexican artist Bosco Sodi’s participatory public art performance “Tabula
Rasa” invites visitors to collect a seedpod from among the organic crops at
Meacham Urban Farm in downtown Tampa’s urban core, to plant,
nurture, and harvest in their own domestic space.
The museum’s phone number is: 813-974-2849.