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Saturday, May 11, 2019

 Toner Loss
Reception: May 18th, 7pm-Midnight 
Join us this Saturday the 18th for our Jazz and Print Show: Toner Loss at the Where?House! Featuring the art of Hunter Wright, Ezra Nguyen, Aracely Mendoza, Lavender Rathman, Hugo Ivan Juarez, Riley Dunn, and Dalia Guerrera, and the music of the Hodge 'n Hunt Duo, Mrs. Ippy, The Amazing Kritter, and Pasta Salad Club.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Call for Entries: IPCNY New Prints 2019 Summer

Call for Entries:
IPCNY New Prints 2019 Summer
Juror: Alison Saar
Deadline, May 2, 2019

Layered: BFA Printmaking Senior Exhibition

BFA Printmaking Senior Exhibition
CVAD Paul Voertman's Gallery (formerly called the Lightwell Gallery)
April 24-27, 2019
Reception: Thursday April 25 5-7pm

Saturday, April 6, 2019

Alumn Kayla Seedig at 500X

lean in: an ever softening gap
500X Gallery
April 13th-May 5th

500 Exposition Ave, Dallas, TX 75226
Reception: Saturday April 13th, 7:00-10:00 pm
On view: Saturday April 13th-Sunday May 5th; every Saturday and Sunday 12-5 pm

lean in: an ever-softening gap is an immersive installation by Kayla Seedig  that guides viewers to consider stability, comfort, surveillance, and the space in-between to generate compassion and awareness external to their own experiences. The ever-softening gap refers to a gender spectrum that houses flexible and vast spaces yet-to-be-determined that are buoyant and resilient; secure yet porous.

Kayla Seedig earned her MFA in Printmaking at UNT in 2017.

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Aunna Escobedo-Wickham and Andrew DeCaen in Parkside National Print Exhibition

Havens (Retreat), Screenprint, Watercolor
Parkside National Print Exhibition
April 1-June 30, 2019

University of Wisconsin Parkside Galleries
Kenosha, WI 53144

Reception: April 11 @ 5-7 pm

Juror: Sarah Smelser
Professor of Art | Associate Director of the School of Art, Illinois State University
Co-founder of Manneken Press

For three decades, the Parkside National Print Exhibition has shown some of the finest examples of original (small) prints from artists nationwide, and it is one of the longest-running competitive print exhibitions in the Midwest. The tradition continues, and it’s doing so in a big way: prints are no longer restricted by size.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Please Join us for UNT Studio Art's Full Circle event

APRIL 11, 2019
UNT College of Visual Arts and Design
1201 W. Mulberry Street

Full Circle provides UNT Department of Studio Art seniors and advanced students the opportunity to reflect and present the culmination of their creative practice, research and innovation. The works in this group of exhibitions on view throughout the College of Visual Arts and Design building will display a breadth of media strategies and themes in the pursuit of new art and new ideas. The evening will feature works that explore installation, painting, drawing, printmaking, performance, photography, metals and jewelry, new media art, sculpture, fibers, and hybrids of every sort, the event celebrates our talented students.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/387121511871986/

Free and open to the public.

Questions: studio@unt.edu

Participating Students:
Maria Aleisa | Noor Almayahi | Cassie Alonzo | Juan Alonzo | Carlos Alvarez | Jimmy Arca | Nicole Auker | Rage Beattie | Taylor Becknauld | Alex Beeson | Claire Behan | Anthony Bettinger | Angeline Bissey | Rebecca Bosque | Thomas Bowman | Elle Brittin | Lauren Broussard | Alex C Bush | Chris Calder | Marina Cano | Sarah Carlile | Dharma Casey | Jayne Clark | Evaughn Coleman | Mathew Cooke | Emily Joy Curl | Juan Cruz | Julianne Dao | Amber Darden | Payton Davis | Lauren Dennis | Jeremy Diamond | Mason Dimock | Madeline Doud | Della Durham | Emily Ely | Hayeong Eun | Bre Ferrara | Mariana Flores | Jaime Flores | Savannah Freeze | Lexee Garcia | Giovanna Coronado | Mary Grayson | Jade Grijalva-Lujan | Dalia Guerrera | Helena Haddox | Brittney Hampton | Mandy Hanson | Alyssa Hart | Brian Hauser | Raquel Hernandez | Elizabeth Hill | Miranda Hogan | Tate Hollingsworth | Allester Hurtado | Hudson Ingram | Faith Johnson | Remmie Johnson | Tucker S Jones | Bradley Kendrick | Esther Kim | Haileigh King | Jaelyn F Kotzur | Bek Krus | William Lane | Emma Lassiter | Jackie Lawrence | Diana Leal | Anna Lee | Ashley Leon | Jenaveve Lester | Austin David Lewis | Christiana Lovfald | Hannah Luke | Angelina Lukins | Alexandra Martinez | Given McClure | Dana McCurdy | Madolyn McPhail | Mimi Medrano | Ashley Mia | Kesleigh Middleton | Eduardo Miranda | Eric Moore | Adrian Munoz | Christina Nassar | Myranda Newman-Noah | Ezra Nguyen | Sarah Nixson | Riley Norris | Ross Ocampo | Samantha O'Neill | Alysia Ortega | Grace Otten | Hannah Ottinger | Michael Parks | Katie Patzke | Kelly Yohana Perez | Michaela Perry | Gebrill Pierce | Alyssa Pizaña | Kathryn Price | Christopher Provencio | Barbara Rabensburg | Andrea Ramos | Mari Renteria | Miranda Roam | Christian Rodriquez | Jan Rogers | Daniel Roman | Diana Rojas-Ponce | Javier Ruiz Navarro | Kara Saba | Michael Schaper | Colby Schwartz | Eva Semrad | Tanner Severson | Christine Smith | Madeline Soileau | Katherine Stiles | Erika Suarez | Lexis Thompson | Susana Urbina | Stephanie Van Den Heuvel | Catherine Vest | Jami Vines | Carson Webster | Adrienne Wells | Aaron Wilson | Michael Wolfry | Madison Wood | Hunter Wright | Bryanna Wright | Kaytlin Codi Wyatt | Jessika Wyre

Visiting Artist Talk: Carrie Moyer

Visiting Artist Talk: Carrie Moyer
Wednesday April 10, CVAD 464

Saturday, March 30, 2019


Images from left: Jiro Takamatsu, Photograph of Photograph, 1973; Jiro Takamatsu, Shadow of Brush No. 178, 1967; Jiro Takamatsu, Perspective Painting, 1967

Dallas, Texas | November 8, 2019
Deadline: April 30, 2019

The Rachofsky Collection announces an open call for submissions related to Japanese artist Jiro Takamatsu (1936-1998) for its 2019 Graduate Symposium at The Warehouse in Dallas, Texas. As an artist, teacher, and theorist, Takamatsu investigated the philosophical and material foundations of art in a variety of media, engaging with Minimalism through his background in Anti-Art and Neo-Dada. Takamatsu was a key member of the collective Hi Red Center (1963-1964) and of the movement Mono-Ha (1967-1979), and influential in developing conceptual art, performance art, and post-minimalism within Japan.

Students invited to present papers at the symposium will have the opportunity to access works in the collection during a two-day, partially-funded research visit during Summer 2019. Additionally, papers presented at the symposium will be published in a compendium together with the paper delivered by the keynote speaker, independent curator and writer Douglas Fogle.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Visiting Artist Talk: Bethany Collins

Artist Talk and Reception: Bethany Collins
Greater Denton Arts Council 

Bethany Collins (American, b.1984) is a multidisciplinary artist whose conceptually driven work is fueled by a critical exploration of how race and language interact. Collins is interested in the unnerving possibility of multiple meanings, dual perceptions, and limitlessness in the seemingly binary. Collins’ practice (drawing, printmaking, sculpture & performance) allows her to define and redefine her own racial landscape. As Holland Cotter noted writing in The New York Times, “language itself, viewed as intrinsically racialized, is Bethany Collins’ primary material.”

Collins lives and works in Atlanta and Chicago. She has had solo exhibitions at the Center for Book Arts, New York; Locust Projects, Miami; Birmingham Museum of Art; and Atlanta Contemporary Art Center; among others. Her work has been shown in group exhibitions at the DePaul Art Museum, Chicago; the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus; the Studio Museum in Harlem; the Drawing Center, New York; and the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, East Lansing; as well as other venues. She has been the recipient of an NEA award, a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and the Hudgens Prize. Collins has been recognized as an artist-in-residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem, the MacDowell Colony, the Bemis Center, and the Hyde Park Art Center, among others.

For more information about Bethany: https://bethanyjoycollins.com/news.html

Friday, March 22, 2019

UNT MFA Open Studios Event March 29, 2019

UNT MFA Open Studios Event
March 29, 5-8pm

Welch Street Complex Grad Studios
405 Welch Street, Denton TX

Oak Street Annex Grad Studios
1110 Oak Street, Denton, TX

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Denton Fold Festival

The Print Association of North Texas Students will be present at 
Fold Festival 2 - Print, Zine & Makers Fair
Hosted by Fold Festival and Armadillo Ale Works
Sunday March 24 from 1pm – 6pm
Armadillo Ale Works
221 S Bell Ave, Denton, Texas 76201
Lavender Rathman representing PANTS at Fold Festival Denton

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

59th Annual Voertman Competition

59th Annual Voertman Competition
Cora Stafford Gallery
March 19, 2019to March 30, 2019
Juror: Alison Saar

Opening Reception and Award Ceremony
Thursday, March 21, 5-7 pm

Alison Saar Lecture and Exhibition Reception
Friday, March 8
About the Exhibtion

The annual Voertman Competition at CVAD is a time-honored celebration of artistic achievement and promise. The Voertman Competition is a juried exhibition open to all currently enrolled CVAD students. Started in 1960 by Mr. Paul Voertman, family founder of Voertman’s store, the exhibition is juried each year by an accomplished arts professional and provides students with real-world experience. Since 1960, thousands of artists have exhibited their works and hundreds have received cash prizes sponsored by Voertman’s store.

Exhibiting Artists:
James Arca, Nour Alkhatib, Kerika Alonzo, Valencia Arline, Hayle Birlew, Kailie Boulton
Evaughn Coleman, Megan DeSoto, Caron Dessoye, Jeremy Diamond, Jake Dockins, Keela Dooley, Riley Dunn, Chris Wright Evans, Mariana Flores, Maria Haag, Jihye Han, Allester Hurtado, Hudson Ingram, Renee Josse de Lisle, Ian Lara, Teresa Larrabee, Ashley Leo, Rogelio Lopez, Hannah Loveland, Miriam Medrano, Ann Nguyen, Christopher Novinski, Benjamin Peters, Naomi Peterson, Maia Pizarro, Max Raign, Wiley Reid, Krissi Riewe, Martha Samaniego-Calderon, Jessi Sawyer, Colby Schwartz, Taylor Swanson, Henry Thomas, Sydney Wilson, Asia Youngs-Bailey