Department of Art and Art History News

Megan Hildebrandt exhibits at Morean Arts Center and included in New American Paintings, Issue 114

Mon. September 8, 2014

cut paper sculpture hanging in gallery
Image courtesy of the artist

Lecturer Megan Hildebrandt's work has been selected for the West issue of New American Paintings, Issue 114

Hildebrandt is also a member of EyeSplice Collective, which has been included in an exhibition at Morean Arts Center. The exhibition will be on display September 13–October 26.

Alumni included in exhibition at The Art Galleries at TCU

Mon. September 8, 2014

Print of object that resembles a book stop
Adam Schreiber, Untitled, 2014. Negative silver print. Image courtesy of the artist and gallery.

After Walker Evans will be on display August 30 through October 25 at the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts at TCU. The exhibition was curated by Rachel Cook and includes work from alumni from our undergraduate and graduate programs.

Alumni include:

Sterling Allen (B.F.A. Studio Art, 2003)
Carrie Cook (B.F.A. Studio Art, 2007)
Lauren Moya Ford (B.F.A. Studio Art, 2008)
Adam Schreiber (M.F.A. Studio Art, 2007)
J. Parker Valentine (B.F.A. Studio Art, 2003)

Nathan Green upcoming exhibitions

Mon. September 8, 2014

four paintings hung with side touching in gallery
Installation image at Goss Michael Foundation. Image courtesy of the artist.

Nathan Green (B.F.A. Studio Art, 2004) will be showing work in Off the Wall at the New Mexico State University Art Gallery with Sol LeWitt and others. The exhibition will be on display August 29 through December 6.

Green will also display works in Space Age at Hus Gallery in London. The exhibition can be viewed September 12 through October 11.

"Playa Dust: Collected Stories from Burning Man" edited by Samantha Krukowski published

Thu. September 4, 2014

cover image for book with artwork and man obscured by dust in field

Playa Dust: Collected Stories from Burning Man has been published by black dog publishing. The volume was edited by Samantha Krukowski (Ph.D. Art History, 1999)

Krukowski is an artist, author, and educator who has long been interested in the roles of impermanence, ephemerality and (in)visibility in creative production. She is curious about how images, objects, people, and places function in the context of a society where information is aggressive, multi-located, and slippery. Her writing has focused on the modes and problems of historicizing time-based artworks; presence and absence in the pictorial field; the nature of creativity; and the identity of the maker.

Beili Liu included in group exhibition at Vessel Gallery

Fri. August 29, 2014

Installation of wire in gallery
Image courtesy of the artist.

Beili Liu presents work as part of M&M: Materials and Meditation at Vessel Gallery in Oakland, California. Liu will present an installation entitled Taken/Vessel. The exhibition will on display October 3 through November 1. Liu will also be present for an artist lecture October 4 at 1 pm.