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Congratulations to the winners of the 010 Gallery Exhibitions for Fall 2014!  The exhibitionists are : Suedabeh Husseinzadeh / Adventures into an Unknown World, Bernardo Vallarino / Worthless Pests, Amanda Hernandez & Nychelle Grant / Collision, Sarah Chavez / The Body, Caitlin Wright / Distorted by Nature, Deedra Baker / The Pattern Lolls, Tammi Paul / Through a Daugter's Eyes.  Runner Up : Christy Jo / Bodyscapes, Pam Flores / Discovering Home.

The Spring 2014 Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduating Exhibition is on display from April 17 to April 23.  The reception is Thursday, April 17 / 5:00pm - 9:00pm.  There are students graduating in Graphic Design, Photography, and Painting.

TWU Sculpture Faculty Tanya Synar visited Arizona State University March 19th and gave an artist talk about her installation works that involve cast metal, video and audio.  She also had the opportunity to give a sand molding demo during her visit.

TWU Ceramics Faculty Colby Parsons has an exhibition entitled Convergence at the Living Arts Gallery in Tulsa, OK.  The work on display is a multimedia installation of video projections onto ceramic form.  The show will be up from April 4 to April 24 with an opening ceremony April 4 from 6-9.

TWU MFA Photography student Ashley Kauschinger is having her MFA Thesis Exhibition entitled Questions of Origin at the Janette Kennedy Gallery.  The show is up from May 14 - May 29 with an opening reception on May 17 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Congratulations Ashley! More info...

BFA Alumnus Jessica Wilson is having her MFA Thesis Exhibition at MainSITE Contemporary Art in Norman, OK. The exhibition is in fulfillment of her degree from the University of Oklahoma and will be April 11 to May 10. More info...

TWU BFA/Painting student Madeline Timm is having an exhibition entitled "Lorie M." at the 010 Gallery/Lower Level of the TWU Student Union. The exhibition will be on display April 7 to April 18, with a reception on April 9th, 4-6pm.

TWU Graduate Photography student Claire A. Warden has been awarded an Honorable Mention for the 38th Annual PhotoSpiva Exhibition at the Spiva Center for the Arts in Joplin, MO.  The piece awarded is Botanical Specimen with Salt (Wildflower No. 3), a platinum palladium print.

TWU Ceramics Alumni Kate Nelson is exhibiting her work in a Solo Exhibition entitled, It was a Small Country Everyone was Famous.  The exhibition will be on display at Pittsburg State University, at the Porter Hall University Gallery from March 27 - May 2, 2014.

TWU Graphic Design Faculty Jana Perez has work in the Pico House Gallery exhibition titled, From Her : An Exhibition by Women about Women.  Perez's piece titled "housewifegiant" consists of collage, solvent transfer and colored pencil.  The show will be on display from March 20 - April 6 with an opening reception and film screening Friday, March 21 from 6:00-9:00pm.

TWU Graduate Photography student Rachael Banks has been selected for publication in the 16th issue of Prism Photo Magazine.  She also has been selected for publication on Positive Magazine's website. Congratulations Rachael!

Photography faculty Susan Kae Grant will be recognized as the Society's Honored Educator at the 51st SPE National Conference for 2014.  Congratulations Susan!

TWU Graduate Visual Arts students Christina Carfora, Allison Proulx, and Sheryl David are selected for the 7th annual Rising Eyes of Texas exhibition.  The show is at the Rockport Center for the Arts and runs from March 8 - April 5 with a reception March 8 from 5 to 7pm. 

TWU Graduate Ceramics student Christina Carfora has an interview on the HCCC blog regarding her residency at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.  Check out her interview here!

TWU Graduate Drawing and Painting students Lindsey Dunnagan and James Zamora have been selected as finalists for the 2014 Hunting Art Prize.  The Hunting is a prestigious annual competition for Texas artists.  Congratulations Lindsey and James!

Chair of the TWU Department of Visual Arts , Michelle Hays, and Graphic Design Professor, Jana C. Perez are participating in The OpEd Project's 2014 "Public Voices Thought Leadership" program.  This is a national initiative to increase the number of women contributing to newspaper opinion columns, television and radio talk shows which are forums traditionally dominated by men.

 TWU Graduate Ceramics student Christina Carfora won the top prize in the 2014 national Materials Hard and Soft exhibition with her ceramic piece An Indonesian Epic.  More info...

TWU Drawing and Painting graduate student Lindsey Dunnagan has been chosen for an Artist Residency in Michigan at the Crooked Tree Arts Center.  The residency is in Northern Michigan within walking distance of Lake Michigan.  More info...

TWU Graphic Design Alumni Stephen Platt has won an Addy (American Advertising Award) for his work on "KTVT CBS 11 Ones to Count On" promo. View video here Congratulations Stephen!

Delta Phi Delta / The Art Honors Society

Delta Phi Delta would like to invite you to join the Society!
What we do each semester:
  • Raise student scholarship money (via our annual fundraising dinner)
  • Go on outings together
  • Participate in other campus events
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Earn honor cords when you graduate as an active member
  • Great experience to put down on your Resume
  • Networking
  • Contact Amanda Hernandez:, for more information on joining Delta Phi Delta and for meeting times. Information Flyer.

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East | West Galleries

March 31 to April 11

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Annual Voertman Student Art Competition

Juror : Leigh Arnold
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Gallery 010

Madeline Timm
Lorie M.
April 7 - 18, 2014
Reception: April 9, 4-6 pm

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