Sebastian the Ibis themed Art Show is a Soaring Success

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UM Hurricane pride was on full display as artists shared their ibis masterpieces.

The Last to Leave, First to Arrive Art Show, held at the Lakeside Patio during UM’s Annual Greek Week, showcased the work of UM students, alumni and community members. The charity art show, coordinated by UM’s Office of Student Affairs and local artist Beau Bradbury, encouraged the Sebastian the Ibis theme of resiliency to headline the show benefitting hurricane relief efforts. 

UM Assistant Dean of Students Christine Luna, spotted her favorite piece early on in the evening and was quick to purchase it; an original by UM Alumnus Eric Karbeling, B.S.C. '12. Alumna Rosie Riuz, B.S.C. '97 painted two spectacular surfing Sebastian's for the art show.

View some of the artwork displayed at the event: Last to Leave, First to Arrive Photos

100% of the Sebastian The Ibis inspired pieces and prints sold at the event and 50% of all work sold online will be donated to the Direct Relief charity. View artwork still available here.