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Monday, September 18, 2017

visiting artist: Humberto Saenz

Humberto Saenz' Redonda la Ronda en el Mundo
Humberto Saenz, Visiting Artist:

Artist's Lecture: September 21, from 5-6pm, at Wooten 322.

Reception following at Wooten 167.

Co-sponsored with Latino and Mexican American Studies and Studio Art Printmaking Area.

Humberto Saenz will present a lecture of his work that explores migrant perspectives and issues. His lecture is timed to coincide with Hispanic Heritage Month and the opening performance of Deferred Action by Cara Mia Theatre Company at the UNT Theatre. Humberto Saenz is an Assistant Professor in studio art printmaking at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

CVAD Documentation Room is now open!



The CVAD Documentation Room is now open! At the Documentation Room, we will photograph and document CVAD student artwork at no cost.
Where: Art Building Room 314
Hours:Monday 5pm-9pm
Tuesday 2pm-7pm
Wednesday 8am-2pm
Friday 8am-10am

Hours are subject to change - please refer to available appointments on the scheduling system.
For more information:

https://art.unt.edu/about-cvad/photo-documentation-room

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Visiting Artist: Erika Blumenfeld

Erika Blumenfeld, Expedition Photos: Antarctica 2009 

Visiting Artist: Erika Blumenfeld
Artist's lecture
Friday September 21at 3pm.
ESSAT 110

Sponsored by the Studio Art Department Photography Area

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Syd Webb: 3Dhotbed Workshop: Book History and DH in 3D

Saturday, September 23, 2017 -1:30pm to 3:30pm
UNT Willis Library 250 H

Registration for this workshop is free.

Participants must complete this form to participate. 
Enrollment limited to 20 participants.

UNT Printmaking Instructor Syd Webb will work with UNT Special Collections Librarian Courtney Jacobs, Curator of Rare Books & Manuscripts at Cushing Memorial Library & Archives, Texas A&M University Kevin O’Sullivan, and UNT Digital Production Librarian Marcia McIntosh.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Printmaking BFA Entry Reviews

Printmaking BFA Entry Reviews:
Portfolios Due:  Monday October 16 at 5pm at Hickory 160D
Verbal Review:  Friday October 20, 1-5pm Hickory Hall 160A

All Printmaking Pre Majors who are currently taking the second Menu 1 class must participate in Entry Reviews.  Please see the Guidelines and Matting Demonstration Information posted on the Critique room door for details.


Matting Demonstrations

Matting Demonstrations for Entry Reviews: Friday October 13, 1-3pm

All students participating in Entry Reviews will demonstrate this skill set by including two artworks on paper in the Entry Review Portfolio.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Visiting artist: Robyn O'Neal

Robyn O'Neill 
Artist's Lecture: Sept. 14, 1pm in ART 223
Sponsored by the Drawing/Painting Area of the Studio Art Department
 

Core Talk: Esther Pearl Watson

Esther Pearl Watson's Alsip's, acrylic on wood
CORE TALK  (Visiting artist’s Lecture)

Esther Pearl Watson
Friday September 15: 9-9:50 in the Lyceum; 10-10:50 in GAB 104


Sunday, September 10, 2017

Lari Gibbons and Jon Vogt at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

CONTEMPORARY OP ART PRINTS
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
Through September 29
This international exhibition includes work by Josef Albers, Ann Aspinwall, Lari Gibbons, Annu Vertanen, and CVAD alumnus Jon Vogt.

http://www.kfvs12.com/story/36292391/siu-carbondale-hosts-op-art-exhibit

Sunday, September 3, 2017

UNT Art in Public Places Symposium (3)

UNT Art in Public Places Symposium

STUDENT PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS SEPTEMBER 9 / UNION BALLROOM 385

PUBLIC ART 101 10AM - 12PM 
Norie Sato, a Seattle-based artist whose work is displayed across the nation, including in the UNT Student Union, will lead a workshop on the ins and outs of public art from the artist's perspective. Topics include how to translate studio practice into a public arena, how to find and apply for public art commissions, and what it takes to realize public works of art. These topics are relevant not only for artists, but also those who have interest in managing public art programs. 

GRANT WRITING 101 1PM - 3PM 
CVAD arts professionals will share the how-tos of identifying and applying for grants and other funding to support your projects. 

LUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED FREE
Space is limited. Please contact gallery@unt.edu or 940-565-4005 to reserve a space . 


Saturday, September 2, 2017

UNT art in Public Places Symposium (2)

UNT Art in Public Places Symposium

ARTWORK COMMISSION SELECTION COLLEGE OF VISUAL ARTS AND DESIGN

On the occasion of the construction of an additional wing of the CVAD Building, a new artwork is being commissioned for UNT, made possible by the Percent for Art program. Join us for lectures by five finalist artists, who will speak about their previous and current work.

LECTURES BY ARTIST FINALISTS UNION BALLROOM 333
1:30PM / SEPTEMBER 8 RECEPTION AT 5pm
Matthew Ritchie / Jean Shin / Mark Dion

LECTURES BY ARTIST FINALISTS UNION BALLROOM 333
10AM / SEPTEMBER 11 / RECEPTION AT NOON
Humberto Campana / Jim Campbell

Friday, September 1, 2017

UNT ART in PUBLIC PLACES Symposium (1)

UNT Art in Public Places Symposium

On the occasion of the construction of an additional wing of the CVAD Building, a new artwork is being commissioned for UNT, made possible by the Percent for Art program. Five finalist artists have been invited to give lectures about their previous and current works. To kick off these lectures, a panel of public art experts will speak about how art makes a difference in public spaces and what it means to collect public artworks.


10:30 AM / SEPT 8 / UNION BALLROOM 333

MARTHA PETERS
Vice President for the Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County

VERONIQUE LE MELLE
Executive Director of ArtPace residency program in San Antonio

NORIE SATO
Seattle-based artist whose work is displayed across the nation, including the UNT Student Union, Fort Worth's Chisolm Trail Parkway, and San Francisco International Airport