Eastfield College- H100 Gallery
3737 Motley Drive
Mesquite, TX 75150
April 12 - May 11, 2018
"H Schenck’s work explores the inherent potential of various materials, such as foam, fabric, wood, and found objects, 'using the discovered traits as a language.' In Runaway Boy., he makes use of seemingly disparate objects and materials, 'each acting as a single word within the context of a sculptural sentence. The result is an exhibition/narrative about deconstructing the human experience.'"
“Brandon Gonzalez is an interdisciplinary artist that works between the fields of visual arts, choreography and performance. His investigations of the body as a resource...Read More
A show of works by Dallas artist and muralist Will Heron. The pieces in the exhibition address our political climate, underground drag culture, and more.
An exhibition of works by Carlos Donjuan. Central to Donjuan’s art is his childhood struggle of immigrating to America from Mexico. “Deeply personal, often referencing family and...Read More
An exhibition by Courtney Hamilton. The show features a multi-media installation commenting on the contradictory relationships between handmade and mass-produced objects
Panorama is a collective look at the imaginary stories created through landscape. The show is curated by Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson and features works...Read More
An exhibition pairing Eastfield College faculty members with an artist of their choosing. Featuring works by: Eric Eley, Margaret Meehan, David Willburn, Jason Willaford, Cassie Phan, Bradley...Read More
A video installation by Allison Hunter that responds to the “complicated plight of animals attempting to survive in a very human-centered world.” This installation was first...Read More
Houston-based artist Allison Hunter will give a talk about her work and project a video piece onto a building on campus. NOTE: the location of this...Read More
An exhibition organized by good good things, a San Diego-based curatorial duo consisting of John Oliver Lewis and Jessica McCambly. The show will feature work by San Diego-based...Read More
An exhibition works by eighteen self-taught artists. The artists within the exhibition are “driven by visions, religion, personal narrative, and a vigorous imagination. Their subject...Read More
An exhibition bringing together work by artists teaching in the Department of Visual Arts at Eastfield College and one artist of their choosing.
An exhibition featuring the works of Fayetteville, Arkansas artists Linda Lopez and Mathew McConnell, created either in collaboration or in close communication.
The two artists take the ceramic medium away from center literally and conceptually. Through the use of camouflage, Merrie Wright’s urban wildlife challenges perceptions of...Read More
Works by three Dallas based artists: Iris Bechtol, Natalie Macellaio, and Lesli Robertson.
Curated by Iris Bechtol and Josh Rose, thins show focuses on the social, political, and cultural issues addressed in comics and zines. April 23, 11:15-12:15, H100 Sarah...Read More
Palmer and McGuire make work that explore hybrid narratives; touching on ideas of memory, home and gender.
DB14 artists exhibiting at Eastfield include: Jeff Gibbons, Tamara Johnson, Francisco Moreno, Marjorie Schwarz, Brad Tucker, and Michael Vorfeld.
Artists have been invited to create temporary site referential responses to various spaces in and around the Eastfield College campus. Artists include Willie Baronet, Art...Read More
Webb combines traditional print and drawing processes with environmental material to engage people in conversations about nature and ecology.
What does it mean to be from somewhere? Two artists re-construct identity in the midst of socio-political transformation.
Jesse Morgan Barnett, Christine Bisetto, and Danielle Georgiou make reference to the dynamic relationship between consumption and time with meditation sessions in the gallery led...Read More
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...Read More