The Moudy Gallery @ Texas Christian University
January 18 - February 8, 2018
An exhibition honoring the 100th birthday of Texas modernist artist McKie Trotter. "The term "Scapes" encompasses the abstract and representational paintings and prints McKie Trotter created during his career. Experimenting with the two styles, Trotter explored the expressive possibilities of color as well as evoked noticeable features of the regional landscape."
“Baseera Khan, iamuslima features a selection of prints, sculptures, textiles, archival material and other performative objects used by the artist to reflect her experiences growing...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by graduating TCU BFA students Michelle Bonilla, Casey Leone, Sam Granado, Joelle Nagy and Olivia Nucci. “Through photographs, prints, paintings and sculptures,...Read More
A show featuring works by sixteen artists, musicians, and writers who recently traveled to the Arctic Circle. The show features works by Richard Barlow, Ana Carvalho,...Read More
A show featuring works by Douglas Clark, R.C. Gorman, Ernest Martin Hennings, Karen Holt, Caleb Jagger, Kristen Kilpatrick, Josephine Mahaffey, Antonio Álvarez Morán, Gary Niblett, Ruby...Read More
An exhibition exploring the various types of performance (theatre, opera, etc.) that are highlighted in the university’s art collection.
An exhibition featuring works by graduating BFA candidates. Artists include: Kayce Denkhaus, William Jenkins, Emily McBurnett, Elizabeth Sage.
Mason Bryant’s MFA Thesis show.
An exhibition bringing together images from across Fort Worth through the eyes of our youth community.
A BFA senior exhibition featuring the work of four female artists: painter Kylie Martin, painter Lisa Rocha, sculptor Brooke Staggs, and photographer Sarah Morris.
The MFA thesis show of artist Alyssa Hawkins, who questions cultural identity through a layering of materials, text and visual imagery.
A show of artist Fernando Johnson’s sculptural installations, revealing ambient sounds as a series of fragmented gestures and poetic codes.
A show of process-based, nonobjective abstractions by artist Max Morris.
The title of this thesis exhibition by artist Courtney Hamilton suggests her exploring of potentials unrecognized and unintended.
The first public exhibition of selections from TCU’s permanent art collection explores issues that our country has faced historically that are relevant concerns today. Features...Read More
It’s always a joy to see artists’ works before they get famous (of before they give up)! Two painters and a printmaker show what they...Read More
Loli Kantor has documented Jewish life and culture in a range of urban and rural communities in Poland and Ukraine. Here, Kantor presents a selection...Read More
A group exhibition featuring the works of senior BFA students: Emily Bailey, Zach Jablonowski, Duoc Le, Shelby Eliza Smith, Alden Williams, and Briana Williams.
Simek’s work explores monumental aspiration, errant ideas and thwarted plans, using the failed 1897 North Pole expedition by S.A. Andrée in a hot air balloon...Read More
Guest’s large-scale comic strip relays the story of an internal apocalypse and features vulgar flesh, prophetic hieroglyphs, and metaphysical to-do lists.
Goolsby’s work draws influence from science and myth formally and conceptually to question our belief and knowledge structure.
Cook’s work is a look inside her personal experience with graduate studies in studio art. This work contains excerpts from conversations throughout the two year...Read More
Volumes, Voids and Vectors introduces TCU School of Art’s newest faculty member Adam Benjamin Fung. Fung’s latest work seeks to describe the volumes of the...Read More
Work by TCU School of Art faculty including Jessica Battes, Nick Bontrager, Adam Fung, Susan Harrington, Ryan Humphrey, Richard Lane, Sally Packard, Chris Powell, Cam...Read More
A new-media and contemporary printmaking exhibition with work by Annie Bissett, Andrew DeCaen, Joshua Penrose, Austin Stewart, S.W.A.M.P., and Sang Mi-Yoo.
This exhibition marks the retirement of Ronald Watson from TCU. The work in Moudy is all-new, and corresponds with a simultaneous retrospective of Watson’s work...Read More