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Arthur Fields, TWU Graduate Photography Alumnus has a solo exhibition in the Forum Gallery at Brookhaven College, Dallas. The show will be June 18 to August 13, 2015 and a reception will be on July 22, 6-8pm. Congratulations Arthur! 
Heather Ross, TWU Photography Alumnus will be represented by the Taos Artists Collective Gallery in Taos, New Mexico beginning July 1st, 2015. Congratulations Heather!
Danielle Khoury, TWU Adjunct Faculty in Photography, has work included in the 5th Annual 897 Square Exhibition at Gallery 76102 UT Arlington's Fort Worth, Texas campus. Her work was chosen by jurors Shirley Reece-Hughes and Sedrick Huckaby. She also was awarded the First Place Solo Award and will have a show in the upcoming year at the gallery. Congratulations Danielle!

Susan kae Grant, TWU Professor in Photography, has her work included in the book, Word and Image: Art, Books and Design from the National Art Library, published by V&A Publishing. The book coincided with the exhibition titled, Inspiration by Design: Word and Image from the Victoria and Albert Museum which is on display March - June 2015 at the Keith Murdoch Gallery, in the State Library Victoria, in Melbourne, Australia.

Kristina Smith & Ashley Whitt, TWU MFA Photography alumni, are in a three person exhibition at at the Cliff Gallery located at Mountain View College titled A Certain Displacement. The show incorporates alternative photographic processes and video installation and is a collaborative exhibition focusing on the shared experience the artists have with being adjunct professors, commuting, and making work. Exhibition is June 15-August 7, reception June 20 from 5-7pm. Congratulations Kristina and Ashley!


Katie Murray & Nathan Madrid, TWU MFA Painting alumni, will be showing new work at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center in June. Congratulations Katie and Nathan!


Rachael Banks, TWU MFA Photography alumnus, was recently featured on 365 Artists / 365 Days, with an interview and review of her photographs. Congratulations, Rachael!


Susan kae Grant TWU Professor in Photography, has her Night Journey series included in a 5 person exhibition titled Memory at See+Gallery in Shanghai, China alongside artists Carlos Sebastia, Huang Xiaoliang, Jonah Calinawan and Wendy Sacks. The exhibition runs from June 6th-July 11, 2015.

TWU Ceramics Alumni Jennifer Quarles had a write up in the Austin 360 blog about her work in Print Austin 2015 "Print-Fired: An Exhibition Featuring Printmaking Techniques in Clay.  The article includes a video interview that talks about her process and conceptual basis for her work. Watch the Video.


TWU Photography Professor, Susan kae Grant's "Night Journey" series is featured in the Barcelona based magazine, Dodho.


Congrats to the 010 Gallery solo show winners and thank you to all who voted.  The winners for Spring 2015 are:

1.  Nicola Brady and Andrew Scott:  Exploration in Stroke
2.  Ashlyn Lee and Lydia Williams:  Natural Curiosity
3.  Madeline Potter:  We Live in Boxes
4.  Savannah Guerra:  Branching
5.  Bernardo Vallarino:  Fallen Comrades
6.  Diane Chenault & Michele Poindexter:  People and Places:  An explorations of portraiture and landscape photography
7.  Photographic Artists Coalition (PAC):  Coalition Collective
8.  Brittany Cooper:  Translation:  Collage to Paint


TWU Photography Undergrad, Heather Ross has been accepted by juror Dr. David Coleman, Director of the Wittliff Collections at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX, for the TPS 24: The International Competition. The exhibition will hang at the Wittliff Galleries at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX, from June 1 through July 25, 2015. A public reception with the juror will be held on Saturday, June 6 from 3:00-5:00pm. TPS 24 will also travel to the San Antonio Public Library during FotoSeptiembre in the fall, followed by The Center for Contemporary Arts in Abilene. 

TWU Art Education Professor Dr. Diane C. Gregory has been awarded the Outstanding Lifetime Service Award for AET (Art Education Technology, a special interest group of the National Art Education Association. Congratulations Diane!


TWU Sculpture professor Tanya Synar took her sculpture students to participate in the iron pour in Lubbock, TX for the Texas Sculpture Symposium.  There they participated and watched the process of pouring iron, in addition to enjoying the lectures and art at the symposium. [pictures]

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