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FGCU’s 24 Hour Festival

Artists attend the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News

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Artists attend the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News

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  • Katelyn Gravel prepares a script at the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Twenty-four hours earlier they were given the prompt, Shake The Bee's, to work from. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • A mixed media piece by Matthew L. Engel titled, 'I Can't Say,' submitted to the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Ben Kirchman performs a piece titled, The Lonely Man, at the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Kirchman won in the category, Moving Image, a created film coupled with a stage performance concurrently. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Ben Kirchman performs a piece titled, The Lonely Man, at the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Kirchman won in the category, Moving Image, a created film coupled with a stage performance concurrently. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Artists attend the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Artists attend the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Brittney Brady, left, and Katelyn Gravel, right, perform Schuttel Die Bienen which is German for Shake The Bee's at the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Twenty-four hours earlier they were given the prompt, Shake The Bee's, to work from. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Katelyn Gravel performs center stage at the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Twenty-four hours earlier they were given the prompt, Shake The Bee's, to work from. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Artists attend the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Winning the Visual Art category is a piece titled 'Pudding and Bee's,' by Chris 'Mr. Revrac' Carver, a Senior from Cape Coral, Fla., at the Fifth Annual 24 Hour Festival at Florida Gulf Coast University on Saturday September 10, 2011 in Fort Myers, Fla. Performances, film, and artwork produced by FGCU students, faculty, all created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News

Artists attended Florida Gulf Coast University’s fifth annual 24 Hour! Festival on Saturday, Sept. 10 in Fort Myers. Performances, film, and artwork were produced by FGCU students and faculty. All were created within a 24-hour period following a set of prompts and narrative.

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