VSA to Host Virtual Experience of Salvador Dali’s Works

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 12 p.m.
Location: Zoom

The Valencia Staff Association (VSA) proudly invites full-time and part-time staff members to an immersive, guided tour of the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg.

Conducted by Elizabeth Faulcon, part-time faculty, humanities, the virtual reality experience will include a discussion about Dali’s artistic inspirations growing up as well as an introduction to some of the work on display at the museum.

Elizabeth will also provide a virtual reality experience of Dali’s “Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s ‘Angelus'” painting.

It is recommended that viewers use virtual reality (VR) googles or an iPad for a more immersive experience. VR experiences may cause motion sickness, so viewers are asked to exercise caution.

Employees can use this presentation to learn more about this iconic Spanish painter or to prepare before heading to the museum for an in-person visit.

Learn more about the VSA here. For questions, contact VSA@valenciacollege.edu or Laura Skelton, staff assistant and East Campus VSA president at lskelton@valenciacollege.edu or Grenka Fletcher, coordinator, academic affairs, and Winter Park Campus VSA representative at gbajramoski@valenciacollege.edu.

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