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Date Issued:
1999-06-01
Uniform Title: The Experience Magazine.
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Alternative Title: The Experience: FSCJ's Art and Literature Magazine.
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Journal
Issuance: serial
Frequency: Irregular
Biannual, 1968-1976, 1978, 1980-1983, 1985, 1987-1988
Annual, 1977, 1979, 1984, 1986, 1989-2016
Missing issues from 1998 and 2000
Date Issued: 1999-06-01
Publisher: Florida State College at Jacksonville, 2009-
Florida Community College at Jacksonville, 1986-2009
Florida Junior College, 1968-1986
Place of Publication: Jacksonville, FL
Physical Form: text
Vol. 2, no. 1 (1968) - Vol. 48, no. 1 (2016)
Table of Contents: THAT NIGHT WAS A PAINTING OF LIGHT, Luke Sullivan -- LOUISIANA TRINITY, Lynne McCormick -- MY GIRL, Ken Niblock -- Art: “RECLINING TORSO,” Chris Gullian -- WAR HERO, Conrad Castro -- OLD NEIGHBORHOOD, Jeff Royce -- COSMIC EQUIVALENCE, Matthew Sanchez -- FROM THE WINDOW, Kelly Blunt -- THREE MODERN LITTLE PIGS, Jon Allen -- Photo: “CAST YOUR CARE UPON HIM,” David Pearce -- BRA BURNING, Margaret “Peggy” Miller -- SIX FEET LATER, Tyrone Ferguson -- DESOLATION, Miriam Andujor -- ME AND HER. Kate London -- Art: “NYMPH,” Erin Jones -- TO RISE ABOVE, Meredith Scott DeBerry -- BORN TO UNKNOWING, Luke Sullivan -- Art: “MARC,” Lenora Siufanua -- “21,” Jodi Bacon -- Photo: “CHATTING,” Mayu Miyasaka -- UNDER THE MAGNOLIA, Lynne McCormick -- PERCHED BIRD BEHIND BARS, Rebecca Sigurnjak -- CUPID’S MISS, Conrad Castro -- SCHOOL PRAYER, Tyrone Ferguson -- Art: “YOU CAN RING MY BELL,” Debbie Smith -- A BRAVE MAN, Luke Sullivan -- AN ONTOLOGY ON GRAMPS, Meredith Scott DeBerry -- Photo: “RED LEGACY,” Sean M. McGough -- THE CONSEQUENCES OF THOUGHT, Heather Bennett -- WISDON OF TIME, Conrad Castro -- GOD?, Chris Hildreth -- NEW YORK, Rudy Desir -- Art: “$4 BILL,” Ashonte Williams -- FROM THE SHORE OF THE SEA, Brian Crago -- SLAMMED, Meredith Scott DeBerry -- Art: “ABSTRACT COMPOSITION,” Richard Collins -- THOUGHTS OF A NEW WIDOW, Doris O. Cass -- MASKS, Lynne McCormick -- WHO HAS POWER?, David J. Eason -- YUM, J. Sue Smith -- RELEASE, Jon Allen -- SON-WISH, J. Sue Smith -- Photo: “CLOSE-UP OF A GIRL,” Penelope Moore -- MIRRORED SOUL, Rebecca Sigurnjak -- ONE DAY, Luke Sullivan -- Art: “POT WITH HANDLES,” Mary Ann Smith -- BENCH MAN, Luke Sullivan -- SMILE, Conrad Castro -- TIMING IS EVERYTHING, Lynne McCormick -- MASTER PAINTING, J. Sue Smith -- Photo: “LITTLE COWBOY,” Shannon Maguire -- THOUGHTS OF A NEW WIDOW II, Doris O. Cass -- TO LOOK AT YOU, Luke Sullivan -- Art: “SLAB POT,” Marcella Mueller -- THE RHINE VALLEY, Ken Niblock -- PUBLIC DISPLAY OF AFFECTION, Beverly Jo Dittmer -- LIMERICK, Nyna R. Kaminer -- WHAT HEAVEN AIN’T, Jon Allen -- THE SHADOW, Luke Sullivan -- LOST CHANGE, Lyne McCormick -- Photo: “LEANING NUDE,” B. McCue -- ASTROLOGICAL SIGNS, Rebecca Sigurnak -- Art: “FIGURE,” Dane Broussard -- SPIT, Luke Sullivan -- GREEN FOUR LEAF CLOVER, Rebecca Sigurnjak -- Art: “POP ART,” Art Riley -- A FLAW IN THE WEAVE, Doris O. Cass -- EVERYBODY’S IRISH TODAY, Deanne Dunlop -- THE NORNING AFTER, Brian Crago -- TRYING TO REACH THE MOON, Nyna R. Kaminer -- Photo: “ETREIVOILOIR,” Jennifer Boccassini -- DEAREST ROSE, Devon Vlasin -- UNAPPROACHABLE, Lara Lampignano -- Art: “FANTASY SCULPTURE,” Fena Foley -- ROSE REFLECTIONS, Deane Browne -- CHOICE, J. Sue Smith -- Art: “WHOOPI,” Melony Branham -- HARDLY A DISSIPATED THOUGHT, Tyrone Ferguson -- LAST TRIP ON THE BUS, Luke Sullivan -- Cover Art: “UNTITLED,” Brian Edmunds, Mixed Media
Identifier: 1043902500 (oclc), FSCJ_Experience_19990601 (IID), fscj:16381 (fedora)
Note(s): The Experience, the Art and Literature Magazine of Florida State College at Jacksonville, is published annually in the spring. The Experience is the College’s second art and literature magazine. It was preceded by a magazine called Reason, which only published one issue in 1967 and did not continue. That explains why ours start with “volume 2” even though it is actually volume 1. “The experience of all humanity lies either lost within the minds of men or preserved upon the printed page. Each of us experiences those favors of life within our grasp; and yet, some few have realized uncommon endeavor. For these, the quest is not only personal gratification, but also an attempt to preserve and reflect each sensation, so that man might not miss the slightest opportunity for shared experience. And to these few belongs the glory of experience that outshines even Ulysses’s greatest deeds.”--Editor, Vol. 2 Materials published in The Experience do not necessarily represent the opinions or views of Florida State College at Jacksonville.
Editorial Board REVIEW BOARD (C. L. Castro, Doris O. Cass, Meredith Scott DeBerry, Lynne H. McCormick, Luke Sullivan) -- Special Contribution to Review Board (Hannah Maria Pellicer) -- Photography Contest Coordinator (Kelly Warren) -- Art Advisor (Derby Ulloa) -- Faculty Advisor (Marilyn Desimone)
Subject(s): Arts, American -- 20th century -- Periodicals.
Arts, American -- 21st century -- Periodicals.
Arts -- Periodicals.
Poetry -- Periodicals.
Short stories -- Periodicals.
Literature -- Periodicals.
Florida State College at Jacksonville – Periodicals.
Florida Community College at Jacksonville -- Periodicals.
Florida Junior College -- Periodicals.
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Jacksonville.
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fscj/fd/FSCJ_Experience_19990601
Use and Reproduction: Florida State College at Jacksonville (formerly Florida Community College at Jacksonville) holds the copyright to each entire published journal issue. All rights reserved.
Host Institution: FSCJ

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Title: The Experience.
Alternative Title: The Experience: FSCJ's Art and Literature Magazine.
Type of Resource: still image
Genre: Journal
Issuance: serial
Frequency: Missing issues from 1998 and 2000
Irregular
Biannual, 1968-1976, 1978, 1980-1983, 1985, 1987-1988
Annual, 1977, 1979, 1984, 1986, 1989-2016
Publisher: Florida State College at Jacksonville, 2009-
Florida Junior College, 1968-1986
Florida Community College at Jacksonville, 1986-2009
Place of Publication: Jacksonville, FL
Physical Form: Vol. 2, no. 1 (1968) - Vol. 48, no. 1 (2016)
text
Identifier: TheExperience (IID)
Note(s): The Experience, the Art and Literature Magazine of Florida State College at Jacksonville, is published annually in the spring.
The Experience is the College’s second art and literature magazine. It was preceded by a magazine called Reason, which only published one issue in 1967 and did not continue. That explains why ours start with “volume 2” even though it is actually volume 1.
“The experience of all humanity lies either lost within the minds of men or preserved upon the printed page. Each of us experiences those favors of life within our grasp; and yet, some few have realized uncommon endeavor. For these, the quest is not only personal gratification, but also an attempt to preserve and reflect each sensation, so that man might not miss the slightest opportunity for shared experience. And to these few belongs the glory of experience that outshines even Ulysses’s greatest deeds.”--Editor, Vol. 2
Materials published in The Experience do not necessarily represent the opinions or views of Florida State College at Jacksonville.
Subject(s): Arts, American -- 20th century -- Periodicals.
Arts, American -- 21st century -- Periodicals.
Arts -- Periodicals.
Poetry -- Periodicals.
Short stories -- Periodicals.
Literature -- Periodicals.
Florida State College at Jacksonville – Periodicals.
Florida Community College at Jacksonville -- Periodicals.
Florida Junior College -- Periodicals.
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Jacksonville.
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fscj/fd/TheExperience
Use and Reproduction: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Use and Reproduction: Florida State College at Jacksonville (formerly Florida Community College at Jacksonville) holds the copyright to each entire published journal issue. All rights reserved.
Host Institution: FSCJ

In Collections