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GALLERY gab BY VIRGINIA CHAMLEE LIGHT A SPARK Creator registration is now open for One Spark 2014, the second-annual crowdfunding festival. Last year, more than 900 creators with 406 dif-ferent projects in the areas of art, music, science and technology participated in the inaugural One Spark, where a $250,000 crowdfund was distributed. Registration ends January 31. OBJETS D’ART Flagler College and the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will unveil a new exhibit this month. Object Tells a Story: African-American Folk Art from Florida includes a selection of works by four well-known African-American vernacular artists from Florida, including Alynne Harris and Purvis Young. Interspersed throughout the exhibit will be objects lent by members of the St. Augustine community, including quilts, dolls, ceramics and artwork created by students from Ketterlinus and Osceola Elementary School. The exhibit is on display until February 28. SAY CHEESE The University of Florida School of Art and History has opened a new pho-tography lab. The Andrew Tyler Fawbush and Gregory Alan Fawbush Lab for Photographic Studies was unveiled in December and features new studio workspace and state-of-the-art digital/analog photography production equip-ment. Film-based photography and digital post-production techniques will also be integrated, thanks to the addition of a Hasselblad Flextight X5 Scanner (pictured) and new, large-format Epson inkjet photographic printers. ] JANUARY 2014 JACKSONVILLEMAG.COM | 19

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