Current Exhibition :
2014 Annual Voertman Juried Student Exhibition
Juried by Leigh Arnold / Curatorial Fellow at Nasher Sculpture Center
Out of 155 artworks entered, 48 Undergraduate artworks and 26 Graduate artworks were chosen for the exhibition.
West Gallery / Graduate Juried Exhibition
First Award / Lindsey Dunnagan, "Transient Self"
Second Award / Kalee Appleton, "System 6"
Third Award / Anastasia Gabriel, "Domain"
Fourth Award / Glen Rust, "Hi-Fi Sci-Fi"
Fifth Award / Allison Proulx, "Wanting"
East Gallery / Undergraduate Juried Exhibition
First Award / Amanda Amaral, "Compulsion"
Second Award / Jared Herrera, "Untitled"
Third Award / Diane Chenault, "Surfers at the Fair"
Fourth Award / Heather Ross, "Surviving Threads"
Fifth Award / Lana Easton, "Uprooted"
Visual Arts Dept. Foyer
Free Admission / Culture Card Event
Culture Card Events
April 1 / Voertman's Student Art Competition Reception / Visual Arts Dept. Foyer / 4:00-6:00pm
April 3 / Arts Triangle / Anne Stewart Science Building / 5:00 - 7:00pm
April 8 / TWU MA/MFA Graduate Open Studio / Patio Building 11:00am - 2:00pm
April 17 / Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition / Visual Arts Dept. Foyer / 5:00-9:00pm
April 29 / Master of Arts & Master of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition / Art Dept. Foyer / 5:00-9:00pm
Other Culture Card events will be listed as they become available and scheduled.
- Monday - Friday 9 am to 4 pm
- Saturdays by Appointment
Upcoming ShowsBFA Graduating Group Exhibition
April 17 - 23
MA / MFA Graduating Group Exhibition
April 29 - May 10
Visual Arts Calendar
Visiting Artists & Lectures
Lecture : Thursday, April 3, 2014 / 5:00- 5:30
Gallery 010Gallery 010 is the student run exhibition space in the lower level of the Student Union.
Apply now for a solo or group show for Fall 2014!
010 Gallery Application [Word doc]
Spring 2014 Semester Exhibition Schedule
- January 20 - 31 / Amanda Hernandez / Last of the Living / Opening Reception: Feb. 21 from 4-6 pm
- February 3 - 14 / Josh Dryk / Restless Delusions / Opening Reception: Feb. 5 from 4-6 pm
- February 17 - 28 / Carrie Adamson-Riefler / Gravity / Opening Reception: Feb. 24 from 4-6 pm
- March 3 - 21 / Amber Hall / Playful Shadows
- March 24 - April 4 / Karalee Brown / A Glimpse / Opening Reception: March 25 from 5-7pm
- April 7 - 18 / Madeline Timm / Lorie M. / Opening Reception: April 9 from 4-6 pm
- April 20 - May 2 / Heather Ross / Jamais Vu
Check out the artists, lectures and student shows that we have featured at East | West Galleries!
About East | West Galleries
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday / 9am-4pm
The East | West Galleries at Texas Woman’s University are dedicated to understanding and promoting contemporary art as a tool and a catalyst for education. The East | West Galleries consistently present exhibitions and programming that examine the cultural and social contexts around us, challenge contemporary perceptions of art making, and provide a framework for intellectual and creative inquiry.
By inviting established and emerging contemporary artists, designers, critics and curators of national and international stature from off-campus as well as within, and setting them in direct dialogue with students and local audiences, the East | West Galleries establish immediate relevancy in the University and community.
The East | West Galleries visionnbsp;is well-aligned with Texas Woman’s University’s commitment to “educate and empower our students, especially ensuring opportunities for women and minorities, to become leaders in our society through excellence in the visual arts.”
Gallery Floorplans:East Gallery[pdf] West Gallery [pdf]
Two 1700 sq. ft. galleries complement the east and west wings of the Fine Arts Building offering large, well lit spaces for artists exhibitions. Each year internationally, nationally and regionally recognized artists are invited to exhibit works in solo and group exhibitions, offer lectures to thenbsp;University studentsnbsp;and local community and lead critiques of student works in class and studios.
The galleries are also used as exhibition spaces for M.F.A, M.A.nbsp;and B.F.A. student qualifying exhibitions at the end of each semester.
Located in the Fine Arts Building on the TWU/Denton campus at the corner of Texas amp; Oakland streets. (map)
For more information regarding exhibitions or to be added to our email invitation list, please contact:
Vance Wingate / firstname.lastname@example.org - Gallery Coordinator / 940-898-2533
Member of the Dallas Arts Dealers Association
- Visual Art Society of Texas / VAST
- Denton Arts Council
- Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas
- Dallas Art Dealers Association
- Fort Worth Art Dealers Association
- Art & Seek
- Front Row / D Magazine
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