TWU Visual Arts students Lindsey Dunnagan, Susan Brents-Sheldon, Kristie Hunger and Julia Pease has been chosen for the Visual Arts Society of Texas 8th Annual "125 Mile Visual Arts Exhibition".Jackie MacLelland jurored the exhibition and out of 194 entries, 35 were accepted. The public reception is on January 17, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
BFA Photography student Aisha Sims' solo exhibition Methodical Abstraction is on display in Gallery 010The exhibition runs from November 25 to December 12. There is a closing reception on December 5 from 6-8pm. Gallery 010 is located downstairs in the student union.
MFA Drawing and Painting student Susan Brents-Sheldon wins 2nd place in the Dallas Sleep art competition.The painting will be on display in the Dallas Sleep Disorders Clinic on Forest Lane.
Vance Wingate and Susan kae Grant are included in the 500X exhibition, "Creative Differences: 35 Years at 500X"This exhibition features a variety of media, including painting, photography, installation, assemblage, video, drawing, and performance by a selection of twenty-nine former members. The show will be up from December 7, 2013 to January 5, 2014 with an Opening December 7 from 7-10pm.
MFA Drawing and Painting student Lindsey Dunnagan in a Ft. Worth juried exhibition by WoCA titled "A Seat at the Table".The exhibition will run from December 13 thru January 17 with an opening reception on Friday, December 13th from 6-8pm. For more information...
Wichita Falls Museum of Art is hosting "Texas Sculpture Inside and Out", an invitational exhibition.The WFMA celebrates Texas sculptors through outdoor monumental sculptures, indoor sculpture and works on paper made by sculptors. TWU Sculpture Faculty Tanya Synar has work in the exhibition and on the cover of the show card. The exhibition will be on display from November 1, 2013 through February 22, 2014. For more information.
Lecture by internationally recognized painter and TWU Visual Arts alumni Michelle Mikesell in West Gallery of the Visual Arts Building.She will speak about her paintings and her life as a professional artist. Lecture at 11:00am on November 20, 2013.
MFA Photography student Rachael Banks is selected for the FIGURES | CONTEXTS exhibition at PhotoPlace Gallery.The show is a series of photographed portraits jurored by Cig Harvey and will be on display from January 7 to the 31. View the exhibition online.
The Dallas Public Library is hosting a group exhibition called "Selected Works: TWU Graduate Students".The selected artists are Angelia Ford, Elizabeth Head-Fischer, Kalee Appleton, Lindsey Dunnagan, Deedra Baker, Claire Warden, Nathan Madrid, and Bailey K Chapman. The show will be up from November 4 to the 30.
MFA Photography student, Deedra Baker has select photographs from her Sanctum series in an online juried exhibition titled Art des Femmes.
View the exhibition at www.artisttableonline.com.
TWU Photography Faculty Susan kae Grant is on exhibition at the Lishui Photography Festival in Zhejiang Province, China.Fifteen of her images from "Theatrical Realms of the Whimsical and Tragic" have been selected for the exhibition "Unconventional Photography" which includes works by 10 photographers from the USA. The show was curated by Yan Li of High Noon Culture Corp. and Blue Mitchell of Diffusion Magazine and will be on display from November 4-10.
TWU MFA Drawing and Painting student Gail Cope has been selected for the annual Materials Hard and Soft exhibition.
The event will be held at the Greater Denton Arts Council. The show will be up from February 7 to April 4, 2014.
TWU Photography Faculty Susan kae Grant is included in CentralTrak Gallery's "Sadie Hawkins" group exhibition.The exhibition at CentralTrak is a group show curated by Leigh A. Arnold consisting of women artists whose work focuses on challenging traditional gender expectations. The opening reception is October 25.
TWU MFA Drawing and Painting student Allison Proulx has a solo exhibition at Uptown Vision in Dallas.There will be an opening reception with the Artist October 25, from 6pm to 9pm. Uptown vision is located at 2504 Cedar Springs Rd. Dallas, TX 75201.
TWU MFA Drawing and Painting student Nathan Madrid is selected for Ground Floor Gallery's "Conditionally Human" exhibition.The exhibition was juried by Libby Rowe, the Assistant Professor and Area Head of Photography at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Visit Ground Floor Gallery for more information on the exhibition. Congratulations Nathan!
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