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“How Sorrow and Danger Become Happiness?” Frank Artsmarter Presents The Next Thrift Art Gallery Show and Auction
The “world premier” of an infomercial promoting Artsmarter’s seminar “Art the Smarter Way!” followed by the live auction of “improved works” and musical guests The [...]
A playful exploration of apologetic gesture and regret.
An artist’s book by Erin Shaw and Diane McGurren. 8x8x8″, 288 pages, installation variable (and simultaneous). Be sure to bring seven friends.
Crash Collective is Ashley Bryan, Paul Bryan, Deborah Falls, Tanner Harmening, Eric De Llamas, Joshua Poole, Sam England, Val Curry, Rachel Lee Stephens.
Artists Courtney Brown and Joel Kiser present performance works each Saturday and Sunday for the duration of the exhibition. Exhibiting artists include Courtney Brown, Shannon [...]
Mat Kubo’s thesis show documents his interactions with store-bought objects which are then returned to their original retail locations containing documentation and contact information.
Harjo’s MFA thesis exhibition and includes sculpture, ceramics, installation, photographs and performance prints, with narratives of perception, misinformed stereotypes, false imagery, representation and identity, and [...]
Art Historian/Critic and celebrated author Barbara Rose takes her Menil/Morgan lecture on the road: she will discuss the influence of medieval Apocalypse manuscripts on Picasso, [...]
A history of Bott’s obsessively recurring DoV concept/shape/motif, from March 7, 1972 to the present.
Independent scholar and curator Barbara Rose, the first Morgan-Menil Fellow, talks about the medieval Spanish monk Beatus of Liébana (c. 730 – c. 800) and [...]
Works by students from UNT’s Hybrid Forms Studio, selected by juror Steve DeFrank, an artist and professor at the School of Visual Art in New [...]
Work about expressing the malleable nature of time.
Artists Paul Booker, Du Chau, Celia Eberle, John Frost, John Oliver Lewis, Timothy Harding, Jessica McCambly, Ryder Richards, and Alison Starr have been invited to [...]
Prints, ceramics and mixed media pieces by Melanie Yazzie, a Navajo of the Salt and Bitter Water clans and an Associate Professor of Art at [...]
Whimsical steel-and-cement horses. Olsen’s largest horse, 8 feet tall, is in one of the Rio Grande restaurants in Colorado.
Houston clay artists Andre and Virginia Bally founded Bally Studios in 1994.
Using seeds from the Monsanto Corporation, edible plants are grafted onto robotic or remote controlled bases to become an organism with no clear heritage and [...]
A conversation on the interdependent relationship between the drawing machine and the artist, including a performance by Cottrell and her Window Works drawbot working in [...]
The show will try to look at death as necessary companion and active agent in the pursuit of living well. Featuring works by Suzanne Koett, [...]