The University Galleries at Texas State University | Joann Cole Mitte Building
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We Are a Camera features the video work of Christina Patino Sukhgian Houle, Paulina Mendoza, and Aja Segapeli, all alumni of the School of Art...Read More
A show featuring work by Texas State BFA students. Featuring works by: Jessica Bosquez Cintia Contreras Venoris Carter Emily Felio Jessica Garcia Courtney Hagan Rural...Read More
Objects for Deployment / Veterans Book Project is an exhibition by Monica Haller that collects books about the recent wars by the US in Iraq and Afghanistan....Read More
An exhibition highlighting works by six members of the Texas Sculpture Group. The show is curated by Chad Dawkins.
In this show, Austin-based artist Jade Walker “explores the nature of the human body to contort to and intersect with itself and foreign objects.” Many of...Read More
A four-channel video installation by Korean-born artist Jaye Rhee. “Casting original dancers of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Rhee renders the human body as minimalist shapes...Read More
A BFA exhibition featuring work by Aja Segapeli, Alexandra White, Audrey Mabrito, Benny Ventura, Brandon Garrett, Bria Bryant, David Kreutler, Emily Eaton, Emily Jeffries, Erica Pace,...Read More
The 1st Texas State Thesis Exhibition. Featuring work by Erin Carty, Kristin Pilsner, Ricky Valenzuela, Mario Villanueva, Jana Ercilla, Henry Sekimotto, Katie Coy, Michelle Clements, Madalyn “Rabbit”...Read More
An exhibition of new works by the collaborative, Chicago-based duo Sonnenzimmer. Consisting of Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi, Sonnenzimmer creates works merging music, paintings, and fashion. Along...Read More
A thesis exhibition for graduating TSU students featuring a wide variety of works by Alex Bolanos, Jamie Clark, Melissa Davis, Derek Gonzalez, Katie Kuykendall, Kalene...Read More
A thesis student exhibition featuring painting, photography, print and sculpture by artists Charis Ammon, Courtney Cone, Frank Dorval, James Ross, Jessie Plotts, Julie Carey, Kaitlin...Read More
Colombik’s huge light box presentation of a collaborative documentary project that explores the historical tales and cultural identity within one neighborhood in Yangon, Burma. Also...Read More
Katrina Moorhead overlays human sentiment onto documentary-like objects and situations, bringing together known forms and new, often poetic, associations.
The Houston-based Fuchs does a neat trick in her signature paintings of other images: she at once creates an austere distance from the original pictures...Read More