MESSAGE (NOT) RECEIVED features ten artists whose work invites the viewer to consider the glitch as an ecology and an aesthetic: Rosa Menkman, Jon Satrom, […]
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Collective Bargaining addresses the fundamental notions of artist collectives negotiation, camaraderie, and creative expression. Dallas-Fort Worth area artist collectives HOMECOMING! Committee, S.C.A.B. (Socialized Contemporary Artist […]
A group exhibition curated by Kevin Todora featuring BLK JPG, John Dickinson, Thomas Feulmer, Nathan Green, Kevin Rubén Jacobs, M, Kerry Pacillio, Gregory Ruppe, and […]
Coupling the works of Mike Morris, Nick Barbee, Kristen Cochran, Kevin Todora, Rebecca Carter, Michael Blair, Morehshin Allahyari, Richie Budd, Brian Fridge, Jenny Vogel, Brittany […]
Photographs and videos informed by the artist’s exploration of her identity as an Israeli, presenting “different aspects of life in Israel with regards to the […]
Exploring the architecture of sound in art with artists Eugene White, Diane Fitch, Derrick Buisch, Frank Dufour, Nancy Rebal, David Searcy, Elizabeth Mead, John Pomara, […]
Contemporary artists who use repeated forms in multiple, related pieces, revealing historical ideas that began with the technology of mass production and industrial fabrication seen […]
This exhibit is curated by Greg Metz and “examines the relational aesthetics visual artists share with the plant world”. Participating artists include Claudia Borgna, Kimberly […]
Stranger than Fiction features the work of Carlo Zinzi, Hillerbrand & Magsamen, Amy Stevens, Kerry Hennigin, Kenda North, Susan kae Grant, Scott Hilton, Marcy Palmer, […]
Indig-Nation: Agency and the Hegemonic State, an exhibition of photography, video and installation art curated by Charissa N. Terranova that "interrogates the diminution of individual […]
Color System, Color Theory is a mixed media exhibition of local and national artists who explore unique strategies for color as a subject and system […]
The School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas presents a graduate student art exhibition featuring the work of Arts and […]
A photography exhibition that explores concepts related to economics that allude to the tension between consumerism and spending constraints experienced during the current recession.
"The School of Arts and Humanities at The University of Texas at Dallas presents the Fall Arts Festival on its campus Dec. 5 – 11. […]
"The School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas presents graduate student art exhibition Say Anything. Pieces range from hybrid forms […]
UTD presents Boundaries: restricted landscapes, a photogrpahy exhibit by arts and technology senior Amber Clark, in the Mezzanine Gallery of the Visual Arts Building.
My mother was a computer features the work of eight of professor John Pomara’s advanced painting students.
Photoworks 2009 includes work by 16 UT Dallas photography students of Professor Marilyn Waligore.
The Bath House Cultural Center and the University of Texas at Dallas present Art of the Everyday, a two-part exhibition curated by Marilyn Waligore, and […]
UTD presents the annual Texas Visual Arts Association (TVAA) High School Art Competition and Exhibition, which promotes excellence in the visual arts among high school […]
StayBite: Modes of Operation features work by members of Artists for Social Justice, who address the social and environmental inequities that are a consequence of […]
"Curated by UTD professor John Pomara and graduate student Kyle Kondas with assistance from Mary Benedicto, the exhibition explores the influence, reflection and re-interpretation of […]
Curated by artist and UTD faculty member Lorraine Tady, Alchemy or Change is a mixed-media show featuring work by James Sullivan, Nina Levy, and Robert […]