Department of Art and Art History Award or Honor

Julia Guernsey and Leslie Mutchler receive Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award

Mon. August 11, 2014

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Professors Julia Guernsey and Leslie Mutchler are recipients of the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Awards, the highest teaching honor given by the Regents of The University of Texas System. We are ecstatic to have two of our professors recognized this year for their commitment to their students and teaching.

Past Regent's Outstanding Teaching Award recipients can be found here.

Adriana Corral selected for Blue Star Contemporary 2014-2015 Berlin Residency Program

Fri. August 1, 2014

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Adriana Corral (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2013) is one of three artists selected for Blue Star Contemporary's Berlin Residency Program

David Waddell chosen as Fresh Arts CSA artist

Fri. August 1, 2014


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David Waddell (B.F.A. Studio Art, 2003) was selected as one of nine artists to participate in Fresh Arts' inaugural Community Supported Arts program. The new program provides "a new and unique way to buy original artwork and support the local art scene."

Adriana Corral listed as San Antonio artist to watch

Wed. July 23, 2014

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Installation image from 2013 thesis exhibition at Visual Arts Center. Photo by Sandy Carson

Adriana Corral (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2013) was listed as one of five artists to watch by the San Antonio Express-News.

512stew runner-up for Core77 2014 Design Awards

Tue. July 8, 2014

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2015 B.F.A. Design candidate project 512stew was the Student Visual Communication runner-up for the Core77 Design Awards. The project was a visual zine that present 18 perspectives on an aspect of Austin culture. The students "strived to go deeper than the surface through our intimate one-on-one experiences. In this book, there is text, photography, paintings, graphic design, and video. We have all worked hard to contribute our own style and understanding of these cultures."

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