Department of Art and Art History News

Taylor Smith presents The One-Two-Three-Four-Five-(Six-Seven?) Punch

Tue. January 13, 2015

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Tayor Smith (BFA in Studio Art, 2014) presents recent work in the exhibition The One-Two-Three-Four-Five-(Six-Seven?) Punch at NOT Gallery. The exhibition opens Friday, January 16, 2015.

Associate Professor Carma Gorman serves as project faculty for summer design teaching institute

Thu. January 8, 2015

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Associate Professor Carma Gorman will visit Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in July. She will serve as the project faculty and visiting scholar for a summer teaching institute entitled "Teaching the History of Modern Design: The Canon and Beyond." To attend, applications are due by March 2, 2015.

Rickey Yanas Work Related, solo exhibition

Thu. January 8, 2015

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Ricky Yanas (MFA in Studio Art, 2011) presents recent work in a solo exhibition, Work Related, curated by Ezra Masch (MFA in Studio Art, 2012). The show will be on display January 9 – February 1, 2015 at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Pennsylvania.

Professor Richard Shiff speaks at the El Paso Museum of Art

Thu. January 8, 2015

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Professor Richard Shiff presents a lecture entitled Morality, Materiality, and Cézanne at the El Paso Museum of Art on January 8, 2015.

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).