In commemoration of the one-year anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, the UCF Art Gallery presented photographs, quilts, paintings, films, and installations that responded to the tragedy and exemplified themes of remembrance, resilience, and resistance. Featuring work by students, faculty, staff, and community members, the exhibition celebrated the lives of the victims, engaged with social and political issues, and demonstrated the power of love to triumph over hate.


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Exhibit Catalog

John Venecek, University of Central Florida


Faces of Healing, One Year After the Pulse Nightclub Massacre: Washington Post article

May-Ying Lam, The Washington Post
Cassi Alexandra
The Washington Post

Interview with Keri Watson, our Lead Curator

University of Central Florida

Remembering Pulse: UCF Today event page

University of Central Florida

University of Central Florida

'Resilience: Remembering Pulse' Art Gallery Coming to UCF: UCF Today article

University of Central Florida

Resilience: Remembering Pulse: preview video

University of Central Florida

SVAD Presents: Resilience Remembering Pulse

Keri Watson, University of Central Florida

UCF Art Gallery

UCF Community Uses Art to Heal after Pulse Shooting

Samantha Dunne

UCF Community Uses Art to Heal After Pulse Shooting: Central Forida Focus article

Samantha Dunne, Central Florida Focus

UCF Honors 49 Victims, Including 2 Fallen Knights: News 13 article

Spectum News 13

UCF Remembers Facebook Event

University of Central Florida

University of Central Florida

UCF Remembers Pulse with Art Gallery

News 96.5 WDBO

UCF Remembers: Pulse Art, Mural Dedicated to 2 Knights Killed at Nightclub (Video)

Orlando Business Journal

Using Art To Challenge Gun Violence In America: ePluribus America article

ePluribus America

Video from Art Gallery visitory posted to Facebook

Danielle Cosgrove