Tue. June 10, 2014
Tue. June 10, 2014
Jamie Panzer (M.F.A. Studio Art, 1993) has installed Binary Branch in the Boggy Creek Greenbelt as part of the City of Austin's Tempo program. The work will be on display through July. Binary Branch is an ongoing series by Panzer, more examples of the work are available on his website.
On Friday, June 27, Panzer will host a viewing at 7 pm until dark. Binary Branch has continued to grow since its installation in February and will continue to grown until its final day. A closing reception will be held on Wednesday, July 30. Viewers are invited to watch Panzer cut the installation down in sections.
Mon. June 9, 2014
Next time you visit the Blanton Museum of Art, experience the WorkLAB Satellites! Designed and constructed by Professor Leslie Mutchler, these stations allow visitors to make artwork. Learn more about Mutchler's process and ideas in an interview with the artist conducted by the Blanton Museum.
Wed. June 4, 2014
Elizabeth McClellan (M.F.A. Studio Art candidate) and Karen Woodward (B.A. Art History, 1993) are included in group exhibition Movement at the Museum of Human Achievement. The opening reception will be held Friday, June 6, at 8 pm at 3600 Lyons Rd.
Elizabeth McClellan is an artist and set designer whose work examines the construction of landscape through the body's relationship to specific places. Her current series, Storm Shapes, interacts with weather events in an attempt to capture a slice of time and to frame the massive natural forces that shape land and cities into human scale. McClellan graduated summa cum laude from Wesleyan University in 2009 before joining us at UT Austin.
Karen Woodward followed her art history degree with an M.F.A. in Sculpture from Washington University in 2000. Prior to moving back to Austin, Woodward was faculty at Craft Alliance Education Center in St. Louis, MO, where she was chair of the Glass Department. Karen has been a studio art instructor for over 10 years and has taught all levels glass sculpture to both children and adults. She has served as an instructor for several studio art courses including foundry casting for bronze, centrifugal casting for jewelry, as well as 2 and 3D Design.