Interdisciplinary Arts

Interdisciplinary Arts

Student Works

In 2006 two IA majors (Forrest Lewinger and Stefan Ransom) joined with two Visual Arts majors (Zoe Friedman and Ainslee McAndrew) to form a quartet known as The Dainty Art Collective, and choreographed a multi-media performance, employing costume design, original sound, and experimental video. The performance was staged at a leading gallery venue in St Petersburg, The Studio@620. Creative Loafing critic Meg Voeller dubbed it Tampa Bay's "Performance of the Year", and listed it as among the "ten top reasons to feel good about the arts in the Tampa Bay area."

More recently, Jake Woerner developed a website that features interactive digital sound recordings

For her senior project, Emily Mason was producer, art director and editor of the indie film Baine.

Examples of other IA student work can be seen below:

Katie Austin

Katie Austin
Interactive Performance: to raise consciousness about our responsibilities to care for our campus environment

James Clappier

James Clappier
Photography and journalism, documenting the 2010 Pacific Cup (DH1 Division), in which James Clappier and Cody Spruce placed 2nd, while setting a record as the youngest crew ever to sail the 2070 nautical mile ocean race double handed, with an average age of 21.

Forrest Lewinger

Forrest Lewinger - Action Blankets
Action Blankets
Fabric, Video and Sound Installation

Ross Martino

Forrest Lewinger - Action Blankets
Shifting Colors, Violent Dream
Watercolor Animation, Original Sound
Winner of the 2010 Salvador Dali Museum Surreal Video Competition

Alex Morrison

Alex Morrison - From a Continuous Thread
From a Continuous Thread
Mixed Media, Text and Sound Installation

Stefan Ransom

Stefan Ransom - Show
Show
Drawing, Video and Sound Installation

Alexander Rupp

Alexander Rupp
Interactive light, sound and welded sculpture installation

William Skinner

William Skinner
Photography & Text

William Skinner

William Skinner
Untitled Self Portrait
This self-portrait, an experiment in non-linear editing, won first place in the 2012 Eckerd College Surreal Film Competition at the Salvador Dalí Museum.

Leonora Stefanile

Leonora Stefanile
Roots: The Story of a Garden
Documentary video about the organic garden project at Eckerd College

Spencer Verney

Spencer Verney - Art in the Environment
Art in the Environment
Proposals for wind-activated sculptures

Christy Wright

Christy Wright
Photography, Graphic Design, Publicity and Book Publication documenting the 2010 EC Theatre production of Call of the Wild.

The Arts at Eckerd

Since our first senior class in 1964 we have graduated nearly 500 majors in Visual Arts, and many have gone on to graduate school in a variety of fields. Click here for a list of graduate schools our alumni have attended since 2000.