Pop Art emerged in London in the mid-1950s and in New York during the late 1950s and by the late 1960s, it was the dominant avant-garde style. Artists in the movement attempted to target a broad audience by using images that were easy to recognize and understand. Drawing from consumer packaging and borrowing images from popular films and TV programs, Pop Art, with its commercial appropriation and use of bold colors, revolutionized the way we look and think about art.
Anthony Lolchoki, from the Island of Mombasa (Eastern Kenya) spoke with EJ Castor about his international / educational travels that eventually brought him to Florida Tech. Anthony is seeking a Master's Degree in Aviation Safety.
Our Live In Studio Sessions continues with the winners of the Brevard Live/Lou's Blues Original Music Series General Eyes.
General Eyes is a four-piece band based out of Cocoa Beach, FL. With powerfully bright vocals on top of a tight blend of feel-good reggae, skankin' ska, and a touch of punk, every crowd is pleased by their performance.