December 4, 2022

Charlie Doodle

Unique Art & Entertainment

Holiday performance art by FSU’s very own professor, Carrie Ann Baade

3 min read

Halloween and Day of the Dead are a time of fun, spooky and celebrated traditions. This year on Nov. 5 in Tallahassee there will be a performance piece led by professor and award-winning artist Carrie Ann Baade in Railroad Square. The performance is titled “Ancestral Transmission,” which was created in commemoration of the holiday celebrations and changing season, drawing inspiration from the many celebrations that take place during late October and early November. 

Carrie Ann Baade is a painter and professor of painting and drawing at Florida State. She studied art at a variety of schools, eventually receiving her MFA at the University of Delaware. Baade has had over 20 national and international solo exhibits including the Mesa Contemporary Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, the Delaware Contemporary, La Luz de Jesus in Los Angeles and the Ningbo Art Museum in China. Her group shows have also been shown across the world. Over the years, Baade has won awards and prizes for her work. Baade’s work is based on her own life experiences and she channels that into art rich with allegories and narrative.

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