Department of Art and Art History News

Beth Ferguson selected as American Arts Incubator Artist

Fri. October 23, 2015

Woman in button down shirt looking at camera
Image courtesy of Beth Ferguson.


Beth Ferguson (M.F.A. in Design, 2009) has been selected as an American Arts Incubator 2015–16 Artist. Ferguson will spend four weeks in Indonesia leading workshops to teach specific skills, develop project ideas with community participants, and execute a micro-grant program to fund the development of community driven art projects. 

Ender Martos presents solo exhibition at CAMBIart

Fri. October 23, 2015


Colorful, geometric design of strings stretched across plane
Image courtsey of the artist.

Ender Martos (B.F.A. in Studio Art, 2008) presents work in a solo show entitled Luz y Movimiento at CAMIBAart in Austin, Texas. Luz y Movimiento will be on view through November 7, 2015.

Adriana Corral featured in Huffington Post Latin Voices

Wed. October 21, 2015

Names typed over and over in a venn diagram shape
Image courtesy of Adriana Corral.

Adriana Corral (M.F.A. in Studio Art, 2013) was recently featured in Huffington Post: Latin Voices for her work in "Counter-Archives to the Narco-City." The exhibition was curated by Tatiana Reinoza (Ph.D. candidate in Art History) and Luis Vargas-Santigao. The exhibition will be on view at the Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame through December 13, 2015.

Joan Holladay lectures at Texas Tech University

Tue. October 20, 2015

Green cube with white graphic design overlay

Dr. Joan Holladay will present a lecture at Texas Tech University on Wednesday, October 28, entitled “Gothic Sculpture in Contexts New and Old: The Allentown Saint Sebastian and Art in Late Medieval Augsburg.”

Gracelee Lawrence presents solo exhibition at The Mom Gallery

Sat. October 17, 2015

image of cantalope with text on orange background
Image courtesy of the artist.

Gracelee Lawrence presents a solo exhibition, "Cantaloupe," at The Mom Gallery. The exhibition will be on view October 17, 2015 (7–11 p.m.).