Department of Art and Art History Publication

Michael Sieben featured in lamono magazine

Tue. January 20, 2015

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Michael Sieben (BFA in Studio Art, 1999) was featured in lamono magainze issue #100.

The Oplontis Project publishes first of four free e-books

Thu. January 8, 2015

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ACLS Humanities E-Book released Oplontis Villa A (“of Poppaea”) at Torre Annunziata, Italy, Volume 1: The Ancient Setting and Modern Rediscovery, the first of four volumes detailing research at Villa A Site at Oplontis. The work was edited by Professor John Clarke and Nayla K. Muntasser (PhD in Art History, 2003). The Oplontis Project is directed by Professor Clark and Michael L. Thomas (PhD in Art History, 2001).

Eddie Chambers publishes chapter in new book

Thu. December 18, 2014

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Associate Professor Eddie Chambers published a chapter entitled "Black-British and Other African Diaspora Artists Visualizing Slavery" in a new book, African Diaspora in the Cultures of Latin America, the Carribbean, and the United States, edited by Persephone Braham.

Installations by Beili Liu highlighted in publication

Mon. November 24, 2014

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Four works by Beili Liu have been included in De la nature à l'oeuvre, a publication by Virginie Luc.

2014 Texas Art Education Association Conference wrap-up

Tue. November 25, 2014

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Shaun Lane (BFA Visual Arts Studies, 2014) was awarded the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) Student of the Year Award.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Christina Bain published an article entitled "New Connections: Professional Development through Digital Storytelling" in the annual TAEA publication Trends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Paul Bolin also published an article in Trends entitled, "Listen, Do You See That? Art Education and the Technology of Radio."

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