Guest Artist in Print Program features Elizabeth Corkery
Wed. September 9, 2015
Corkery will present a lecture on her research on Tuesday, October 6, as well as conduct studio visits with a select group of graduate students. The week will culminate in an exhibition at the School of Architecture’s Material Lab.
Elizabeth Corkery holds an M.F.A. from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York and a B.F.A. (Hons – First Class) in Printmaking from the College of Fine Arts in Sydney, Australia. Drawing on this background in printmaking, much of Elizabeth’s work connects conceptual concerns of repetition, reproduction and simulation using spatial investigations that force a reconsideration of the architectural environment as merely a static backdrop.
She has received production and research funding from The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, Brooklyn Arts Council, Somerville Arts Council, Cornell Council for the Arts and Australian philanthropic organizations The Dame Joan Sutherland Fund, The Ian Potter Cultural Trust and The Australia Council for the Arts. In 2015 she was a funded resident at the Vermont Studio Center with support from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, worked as a summer apprentice with the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, and presented her first solo show in the UK at Beers London, titled Pictures of Pieces. Elizabeth currently lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island.
The Guest Artist in Print Program (GAPP) is the visiting artist program of the Print Area within the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin. GAPP seeks to expose the university community to a combination of emerging and established artists immersed in an expanded print practice.
The Oplontis Project publishes first of four free e-books
Thu. January 8, 2015
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).