Joann Cole Mitte Gallery I & II Texas State University
233 West Sessom
San Marcos, TX
April 2 - May 2, 2018
"Organized by Daniel Tucker, Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements features new works by contemporary artists and poets responding to archival materials related to the history of white people organizing in white neighborhoods, in keeping with the mandate from the Black Power movement to “organize your own” community against racism."
This annual juried competition celebrates the work of Texas State University students. This year’s juror is Natalie Bell, Associate Curator at the New Museum of Contemporary...Read More
Austin artist Sean Ripple will present a lecture about his work. Location: JCM 2121.
A show featuring 700 kiln-fired ceramic plates illustrating the final meals of death row inmates. The artist Julie Green, who is a professor of art...Read More
BFA thesis work TX State University students Sarah Lynne Artale, Julio Barrientos, Jaimee Benson, Lee Benson, Sarah-J. Calvetti, Owen Drysdale, Ashley Neal, Andrea René Kocurek...Read More
Liu’s time and process based installation using thread, paper, incense, wood, salt, and water, explores cultural overlaps.
For this exhibition, Bird has handmade 100 electric lamps. The dull glow of the bulbs, and the awareness of the power and labor required to...Read More
Works of Liz Rodda, newly hired Assistant Professor in the School of Art and Design at Texas State University.
Houle will screen her video Migration Patterns During Wartime and display one of the sculptural costumes used in the film, which features performances by Adam...Read More