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Artistic Celebration

Flying Horse Editions celebrates 30 years of supporting artistic works and research with an exhibit featured in UCF’s Art Gallery.

Drawing back to its roots in the School of Visual Arts and Design, Flying Horse Editions — a collaborative research studio for visual artists — held an exhibit in the UCF Art Gallery to honor its 30th anniversary. Now located at the UCF Downtown campus, the nonprofit publisher produces limited-edition prints, artist books and art objects by internationally renowned artists. The studio, which is supported through an exclusive subscription base and works with four to six artists each academic year, also provides students hands-on experiences that expand their view on art and opportunities to learn about the practices of established artists.

“This exhibition — and the diverse work Flying Horse Editions and its partnering artists have produced for 30 years — clearly illustrates the magic that can happen when a passionate team works together toward a common goal.”

— Theo Lotz, Flying Horse Editions director

Artworks featured in the exhibit, which ran January 13 through February 3

Subscription members accepted each year, who each receive three prints

Average number of students who intern in the studio annually

The Flying Horse Editions studio.

The Flying Horse Editions studio space at the UCF Downtown campus. The wooden doors were repurposed from the basketball court in the old Amway Arena.

Flying Horse Editions Director Theo Lutz speaks with someone in the UCF Art Gallery.

Flying Horse Editions Director Theo Lotz speaks with an attendee during the opening reception for the exhibit.

A closeup shot of a person's hands pulling the squeegee of a screen-printing mesh screen.

An artist uses a printmaking machine.