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Monday, November 20, 2017

Printmaking Group Studio Clean Up Day

Mark your calendars!  Printmaking Group Studio Clean Up Day: December 8, 8am-12pm. Hickory 160 & 156
all students in ASTU 4300 and 5300 are required to come for the whole clean up period.  
All other printmaking students are required to come for one hour during that time.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

PANTS exhibition at Voertman's Gallery

The Printmaking Association of North Texas Students is proud to present "Filthy Fingers," a group exhibition hosted by Voertman's Gallery. 

Reception: Thursday, November 30th from 6 – 9pm

Free and open to the public. Entertainment will be provided by the local, Funk-Fusion sensation Nakamara, who will be taking the floor at 7:45 pm. The Printmaking Association will have both club and personal student merchandise available for sale.

"Filthy Fingers" features the work of 17 artists who have expressed their conceptual framework through the filter of a traditional, hand-pulled printing technique. Printmaking as a discipline provides artists the opportunity to explore their subject matter through layered, graphic, exactly repeatable methods.

Nakamara is available on Spotify, as well as Bandcamp

Location: Voertman's Gallery
1314 W Hickory St, Denton, TX 76201.

--Full Exhibition Runtime--
11-12-2017 --- 12/2/2017
Gallery Hours:
Monday-Thursday 8am-6pm
Friday 8am-5pm
Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 12pm-5pm

For more information, see Voertman's College Store & Art Dept and event page.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Congratulations Zackary Petot!

Congratulations to Zackary Petot (MFA 2018) for receiving a CVAD Student Project award in support of an MFA Thesis project scheduled for spring 2018. The exhibition is scheduled for March 17 - April 8, 2018 at 500x Gallery in Dallas, Texas. It will include prints and a sculptural installation intended to promote awareness of hate crimes committed against members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer (LGBTQ) community in local and national arenas.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Join us tonight for our BFA Senior Exhibition Reception:  5-7pm in the Lightwell Gallery!

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Call for Entries: Graduate Pathways

Call for Entries: Graduate Pathways
Date: Jan/19/18 – 2/15/18
Lakeview Gallery, Tarrant County College Northwest
4801 Marine Creek Blvd. 
Fort Worth, TX

Featuring: Select UNT, TCU, UTA and TWU Graduate Students

The Graduate Pathways exhibition will showcase select graduate student work from University of North Texas, Texas Christian University, University of Texas at Arlington, and Texas Woman’s University. This exhibition strives to inspire future graduates from Tarrant County College Northwest to start their path to higher education in Visual Arts. Through their artwork and artist talk, graduate students can share their experiences with our students considering their options in the Visual Art field.

UNT Printmaking Student work Highlights: ETCHING

UNT Printmaking Student work Highlights: ETCHING
Instructor: Lari Gibbons

Joey Bercen, Etching

Joey Bercen, Etching

Joey Bercen, Etching

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

🎓 SGCI 2018 Student Awards: Applications  🎓

SGC International 2018 Student Award Applications - Due December 15

2017 Graduate Award Winner Mizin Shin

Each year, SGC International awards two student fellowships; one undergraduate ($500) and one graduate ($1000). Students may self-nominate, but must have a faculty sponsor who will submit a letter of support (nomination), and must be enrolled at the time of application. Applicants and the faculty sponsor must be SGCI members in good standing. 

Nominations are due December 15, 2017.

Click here for the Student Award Application.

Send completed pdf applications to: awards@sgcinternational.org

Best of luck!
The Board of SGC International

Monday, November 13, 2017


Nov 17 Dec 13, 2017 
Curated by Binod Shrestha, Gabs Duggen, Martin Back, and Jim Burton

Reception: Friday, Nov 17, 5-7pm

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Thanksgiving Break building hours

For the Thanksgiving holiday break the Art Building , Hickory Hall and Welch Street Complex will be closing on Wednesday, November 22nd at 5:00 pm and will reopen on Monday, November 27th at 7:00 am. 

Friday, November 10, 2017

May-mester course: Art on Location in New York

Art on Location in New York

May 20-28, 2018 (Maymester)
Taught by Jim Burton (Drawing and Painting), Alicia Eggert (Sculpture) and Liss LaFleur (New Media)

Informational Meeetings: 

Tuesday, November 14th at 5pm in Art 108 (Sculpture classroom)

Monday, February 12th at 5pm in Art 108 (Sculpture Classroom)

This course counts as a 4000- or 5000-level Studio Art Elective and is open to both
undergraduate and graduate students. We will be taking three sections of 14 students to
New York City for 8 days. We will visit major museums and galleries, and conduct studio
visits with emerging and established artists living and working in New York. The Art on
Location course has proven to be a wonderful experience for all studio artists and marks a
seminal time in their student careers.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Fort Worth Public Art Communications Internship Opportunity

 Fort Worth Public Art Communications Internship

Fort Worth Public Art is a City of Fort Worth program advised by the Fort Worth Art Commission and managed by the Arts Council of Fort Worth. The FWPA Collection includes over 100 commissioned, acquired and donated artworks located throughout the city. In addition, over 60 public art projects are currently in progress. 
Internship Summary: 
Fort Worth Public Art is seeking a driven, reliable intern to aid staff members in creative and administrative tasks beginning in January and ending in May. Ideal candidates will possess strong enthusiasm for public art and community and an interest in gaining valuable experience with a Municipal Public Art Program. 
Selected applicants will have the unique opportunity to learn how a municipal percent for art program operates. Interns will learn from a variety of ongoing permanent public art projects and gain hands-on experience assisting with community outreach. Interns will participate in creating and implementing creative outreach projects, such as tours, events, and social media campaigns. Other duties will include writing, editing, and creating content for digital and print marketing, assisting with meetings and events, and other daily tasks associated with the program. 
Internships are unpaid and schedules are flexible, generally 10-20 hours per week. Some nights and weekends may be required, including Art Commission Meetings, which are held the second Monday of every month, at 5:30 PM. 
- Strong writing skills, including proofreading skills, with a demonstrated command of the English language (including grammar, punctuation and spelling) 
- Academic focus in the visual arts, arts education, art history, arts administration, journalism, public relations, marketing, or a related field 
- Knowledge and experience in Microsoft Office Suite 
- Knowledge and experience in Adobe Creative Suite and/or photography skills a plus 
- Availability to assist staff at periodic evening and/or weekend events, as needed 
- Strong attention to detail 
To apply, send a cover letter, resume and one reference to talkto@fwpublicart.org

Application Deadline: December 8, 2017 

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Barbara Petter Putnam at the University of Dallas Upper Gallery

Barbara Petter Putnam
University of Dallas Upper Gallery
Nov 6-17, 2017

Reception and Artist Talk: Friday, November 10th from 5-7pm.