University of Dallas Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery
November 17 - December 17, 2016
A show featuring works by James Rosenquist, Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Tom Wesselmann, Andy Warhol, Sam Francis, and Louise Nevelson. The exhibition is co-curated by Danny Bills and Dr. Todd Giles
An exhibition of ceramic and mixed media works by Southern Methodist University Assistant Professor Brian Molanphy.
An exhibition of fifty hand-colored etchings by Marc Chagall. The works are from Chagall’s The Bible series and depict scenes from the Old Testament.
An open studio event featuring work by Robert Ahboah, Diana Calderon, Art Garcia, Andrea Rogers, Mary German, Courtney Googe, Linda Gossett, Matthew Jones, Thomas Menikos, Joshua Monroe, and...Read More
An exhibition featuring recent work by Brittany Ransom and Marilyn Waligore. Creating work that stems from the environment, both artists explore our collective relationships to the...Read More
An exhibition featuring drawings by artist Hollis Hammonds and Christopher Troutman– complex works examining time, memory, process, and personal narrative.
An exhibition featuring works by 47 artists from an eight-state area selected by juror Eva Kwong, noted ceramics artist and Associate Professor of Ceramics at...Read More
The University of Dallas Art Department hosts a night of open studios (both classrooms and private studios) as well as a gallery presentation of the...Read More
Photographs by Debora Hunter and paintings by Jane Starks.
Drawings by Chicago-based Vesna Jovanovic and drawings and sculpture by San Antonio-based Jayne Lawrence.
Celebrating the retirement of Professor Strunck and honoring the thirty alumni artists included.
These artists use diverse materials in their work.
The Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery, at the University of Dallas, is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works by the faculty of the University...Read More
The University of Dallas Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery presents 8, an exhibition of recent works by University of Dallas Art Department Graduate Students curated by...Read More
Functional and sculptural work from the southwest region of the United States bordering the state of Texas. This year’s juror Les Manning is the former...Read More
Featuring Alex Bag, Joan Jonas, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Kristin Lucas, Martha Rosler. Curated by Dr. Catherine Caesar, Professor of Art History at University of Dallas.
Using handmade paper as their principal medium, artists Jane Ingram Allen, May Babcock, Nancy Cohen, Melissa Jay Craig, Joan Hall and Aimee Lee manipulate natural...Read More
Texas artist Robbie Barber and Chicago artist Mary O’Shaughnessy share the desire to communicate a narrative in their sculptures that transcends the visual image.
Allison Hunter exhibits new photographs and video inspired by bees and butterflies with paintings by artist and UT Arlington professor, Marilyn Jolly.
Drawing on Sculpture features drawings by contemporary sculptors exploring the interrelationship between the two mediums. Artists include Francis Bagley, John Buck, Dale Enochs, David Finn,...Read More
Printmaking professors Kate Borcherding, Andrew DeCaen Tim High, Berry Klingman, Charles P. Jones, Richard Ash, Nancy Palmeri, Linda D. Guy, Larry Scholder and James Pace...Read More
Haggerty Gallery presents One World: International Printmaking Exhibition, featuring contemporary prints by artists from China, Korea, Canada, and the US.
Curated by Kim Cadmus Owens, Landscape Affected features work by artists who either paint landscapes or use the subject as a point of departure. Artists...Read More
Featuring photographs by Beau Comeaux (shown), Roger Colombik, Luis González Palma, and Tracey Snelling, this exhibit is definitely worth a look.
Texas artist Michael Miller (shown) and Indiana artist Bill Tourtillotte share their sense of humor and artwork in Haggerty Gallery’s first fall exhibit.
Haggerty Gallery kicks off the fall season with an exhibit of work by New Mexico painter Marietta Patricia Leis and Texas sculptor Dalton Maroney.
This is a great chance to see some early video work circa 1970-1978 by names like Eleanor Antin, Joan Jonas, Martha Rosler, Robert Smithson, and...Read More