Art Corridor (Tarrant County College Southeast)

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Art Corridor (Tarrant County College Southeast)

September 10 - October 16, 2015

An exhibition of video and photographic works by artist Paho Mann. Focusing on the ways we collect objects, Mann's works examine the desire to collect while questioning how meaning can be derived from certain items.


K. Yoland: Land Border Other

A show featuring a series of video, photography, sculpture, and performance works made by artist K. Yoland at the Mexico and the United States border […]

Alison Jardine and Liz Trosper: Ipsiety

A collaborative installation in which artists Alison Jardine and Liz Trosper take a dual approach to examining the human need for belonging alongside ideas of […]

TCC Fine Arts Faculty Biennial Exhibit

A show of the current works of Tarrant County College’s Fine Arts faculty and adjunct professors featuring new paintings, video, ceramic pieces, and prints.

Albarez/Villarreal: Paintings

Art Corridor II at Tarrant County College Southeast Campus Presents Albarez/Villarreal: Paintings. The two artists are influenced by the mundane and attempt to make it […]

Note to Self: Adam Werner and Danny Haslett

Two artists who create self-referential work, using their daily lives and experiences as source, curated by Christopher Blay, Instructional Associate and Curator of the Art […]

Black Codes From the Underground

Art Corridor II at Tarrant County College Southeast Campus presents Black Codes From the Underground. The exhibit takes its title from the Jazz musician Wynton […]

AC-X: Ten Years in the Art Corridor

Art Corridor II at Tarrant County College Southeast Campus presents a survey of artists that have exhibited in the Art Corridor Gallery over the past […]


How are artists working in museums influenced by the works around them? Artists Jesse Sierra Hernandez, Chad Cook, Terri Thornton, James Lassen, Greg Bahr, and […]


In SPORM!, space and form battle it out in the eye-popping mixed-media works of Jason Reynaga and the sumptuous sculptural forms of Angel Fernandez.

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