The FGCU 24 Hour Festival is a unique take on a variety of timed events that produce complete works under the pressure of a ticking clock. FGCU’s annual festival of instantaneous art is a race to produce the best music, stage play, film, dance or artwork completely within the span of a single day. Most festivals of this type feature only one kind of art but FGCU accepts submissions from all art forms and celebrates the act of student creativity from a variety of perspectives. At 6 p.m. on Friday September 11th students were given a list of items that had to appear in a film, stage play, visual art, dance, or music, and at 6 p.m. on Saturday the 12th they submitted their finished product. The Capturing 24 Hours Exhibition is a celebration of their efforts.

Laser Poems performance by Experimental Skeleton, special guest for the 2015 24 Hour Festival



Creative Director, Barry Cavin

Sponsored by Gene and Lee Seidler and WGCU Public Media

September 17 - October 1, 2015


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Campus map showing location of Main Gallery and the ArtLab

You can catch highlights of the 2015 24 Hour Festival on YouTube