May 23, 2024


Super Art is Almost

From circus to ceramics, three exhibits open at FSU Museum of Fine Arts

“Jiha Moon: Chasing Spirits” is on display at the FSU Museum of Fine Art's Walmsley Gallery.

The Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) is featuring three new exhibitions that display the talent and creative explorations of FSU’s Flying High Circus, photographer Bruce Davidson and ceramist Jiha Moon. 

“The three shows we have in the museum right now offer something for everyone,” said Meredith Lynn, curator of the Museum of Fine Arts. “‘75 Years of Flying High’ is a fun, engaging show that families will love. Bruce Davidson’s work is foundational in the development of an American approach to documentary photography. And Jiha Moon’s ceramics are beautiful entry points into vital conversations in contemporary culture.” 

All three exhibitions are open to the public now through March 19.

‘Trust & Transformation at the Circus: 75 Years of Flying High’ 

MoFA Upper Galleries 

Since its founding in 1947, FSU’s Flying High Circus has enjoyed worldwide recognition for its brilliance and creativity. Through countless Home Shows and Halloween performances, summers at Callaway Gardens, over 15 appearances on national television, and sell-out tours across Europe and the Caribbean, Flying High athletes have earned their reputations as being among the hardest working students at Florida State.