Department of Art and Art History Exhibition

Eddie Chambers presents "British Artists of the African Diaspora"

Mon. October 5, 2015

 Vintage periodicals arranged on a black table.
Photo by Mark Doroba.

The exhibition "British Artists of the African Diaspora," on view at the Fine Arts Library through the Fall 2015 semester, is a sampling of materials selected by professor Eddie Chambers that relates to the history of Black culture in Britain.

Shelley Wood presents work in group exhibition

Wed. September 23, 2015

Shelley Wood (B.F.A. in Studio Art, 1986) presents work in a group exhibition entitled, Deux, at Photo Méthode Gallery. The exhibition will be on view September 10 – October 23, 2015.

Tatiana Reinoza and Luis Vargas-Santiago present curatorial project at Snite Museum of Art

Tue. September 15, 2015

ashes spread on floor of gallery
Image courtesy of the artist and the Visual Arts Center.

Tatiana Reinoza (M.A. in Art History, 2009; Ph.D. candidate in Art History) and Luis Vargas-Santiago present curatorial project Counter-Archives to the Narco-City at the Snite Museum of Art. The two-person exhibition features work by Adriana Corral (M.F.A. in Studio Art, 2013) and will be on view August 16 – December 13, 2015.

Sara Madandar presents solo exhibition at The Mom Gallery

Tue. September 15, 2015

photograph of woman with hair covering her face
Image courtesy of the artist.

Sara Madandar presents a solo exhibition entitled Let Us Believe In The Beginning of The Cold Season at The Mom Gallery in Austin, Texas. The exhibition will be on view September 5, 2015.

Jade Abner, Michael Muelhaupt and Rachel Starbuck included in group exhibition, I'll Be It

Fri. September 11, 2015

sculpture of box with marble coating next to yellow segment form in gallery
Image courtesy of Michael Muelhaupt.

Jade Abner (B.A. in Studio Art, 2013), Michael Muelhaupt (M.F.A. candidate in Studio Art), Rachael Starbuck (M.F.A. candidate in Studio Art) and Frank Wick present work in the group exhibition I'll Be It. The exhibition will be on view at Pump Project September 11–26, 2015.

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