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Larry Bamburg (1997 BFA in Painting & Metalsmithing) has a new exhibition opening this weekend. This exhibition, entitled TalctoTile, PL’d to MDO, will be on view from February 16-March 20 at the Simone Subal Gallery in New York, NY. The opening reception will take place on Sunday, February 14 from 6-8 p.m.
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Philip Monaghan’s exhbition entitled “Why Are You Doing This To Me” Philip Monaghan and David Trinidad opened this week at the Fales Library & Special Collections at New York University in Manhattan, New York. The exhibition presents 73 oil paintings whose subject matter is taken from David Trinidad’s poem “The Late Show.” The exhibition continues through May 6, 2016.
This exhibition was originally organized by the School of Art and presented in Lubbock during fall 2015. You can learn more about the exhibition [here].
Philip Monaghan is a New York based alumnus of School of Art (BFA in studio art 1976) who has led a distinguished and successful career as a freelance art director in New York and Milan. After receiving an MFA from Pratt in 1979, he was art director for Fiorucci in the early 1980s. From 1986 Philip held a variety of posts at Limited Brands, involved in brand positioning and creative direction for Express, Bath & Body Works, Henri Bendel and New York & Company. During this time in the fashion industry his creative career was highlighted by collaborations with artists, designers and photographers such as Andy Warhol, Francesco Scavullo, Antonio Lopez, Steven Meisel, Patrick DeMarchelier, Bruce Weber, Peter Arnell and Peter Lindbergh. He retired in 2001 to devote himself fulltime to art. His first major exhibition was presented in 2011 at the New York University Fales Library. The exhibition entitled “At Moments Like These He Feels Farthest Away” was reviewed by Holland Cotter of The New York Times.
Carol Cunningham (2014 MFA in Painting) has a new solo exhibition coming up this month entitled Honey, Smoke & Gold: The Tale of Bears. The exhibition will be at The Center for Contemporary Arts in Abilene, TX. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, February 13th from 4-7 p.m. There will also be an artist talk with Carol at 5 p.m. The exhibition will be on view until the end of April.
Carol was also recently at the University of Wisconsin-Baron County as a Visiting Artist to deliver two lectures. While there, Carol also installed a solo show entitled Hooked, which was open from October 14-December 1.
Carol Cunningham, a San Antonio, Texas-based artist, received her BFA from Cameron University and an MFA from Texas Tech University. Currently, Cunningham is an Adjunct Professor at Northwest Vista College and The Art Institute of San Antonio. At both of these locations, she teaches an array of classes from Design, Drawing, Color Fundamentals, Photoshop, Painting and Art Appreciation. When not teaching you can find Carol working as a Co-Director/ Resident Artist at Clamp Light Artist Studios and Gallery. She is also currently conducting personal research at the San Antonio Zoo where she works part-time in the education department.
In conjunction with the closing reception for associate professor Sang-Mi Yoo’s exhibition at Brookhaven College, School of Art and Brookhaven have teamed up to host a reception for School of Art alumni. The reception will be held in the Forum Gallery at Brookhaven College from 6:00-8:00 PM on Wednesday, February 3, 2016.
Brookhaven College is located at 3939 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Dallas, TX (BrookhavenCampusMap). The Forum Gallery is in building F (the Art Building) adjacent to the P-5 parking lot. Use P-5 as your parking lot.
Director Lydia Thompson and faculty Future Akins, Gary Johnson, and others will be in attendance. If you are likely to attend, drop us an email at email@example.com.
Ryu-Hee Kim (2013 MFA in Jewelry Design & Metalsmithing) recently won the best 3 dimensional artwork with her piece I Miss You and will be featured in Simplicity, an exhibition by the Still Point Art Gallery in New Brunswick, ME. Kim’s portfolio will also be published in the gallery’s winter edition of the Still Points Arts Quarterly, an art and literary publication. Simplicity will be on display until January 31st.
Kim currently resides in Philadelphia. Just in the last year, her work has won 1 award and been in 6 exhibitions and 3 publications (Still Points Arts Quarterly, Spirit Magazine, NICHE Magazine).
Shreepad Joglekar (2006 MFA in Photography) has recently had a video entitled Seven Steps (सप्तपदी) chosen for the “What’s Right, What’s Left: Democracy in America” show for the Phoenix Gallery in Chelsea, NY. The call for art asked artists to share their views on democracy and to create art that addressed and expressed these views. The artist opening will take place on January 7th and the exhibition will be on view from January 6th-30th.
Shreepad is currently an Assistant Professor and Area Coordinator in photography at Kansas State University. He will also be heading to Mumbai in December for a solo show at the National Centre for the Performing Arts.
Larry Bamburg (1997 BFA in Painting & Metalsmithing) was recently chosen for the 2015 Fall International Artist-In-Residence Program with Artpace San Antonio and began the residency in September. The works created during the residency will open up for a free exhibition on Thursday, November 12th. For details about the opening reception and artists’ panel discussion, CLICK [HERE].
Committing to the idea that this thing is important. (2011)
Katherine Liontas-Warren (1983 MFA in Printmaking) has a solo show coming up at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at Midwestern State University.
The show, entitled A Creative Doorway, will be on display from November 13th- January 16th. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, November 12th.
Katherine is currently a Professor of Art at Cameron University, where she teaches drawing, watercolor, and printmaking.
Irby Pace (Dallas, 2009 BFA in Photography) and Tom Turner (San Antonio, 2013 MFA in Photography) are included in the 2015 FotoFest Talent in Texas Exhibition entitled This Side of Paradise: New Photographic Work by Texas Artists.
Image by Irby Pace
The exhibition, curated by Catherine Anspon of PaperCity Magazine, is currently on display until November 14 at both the FotoFest at Silver Street Studios (2000 Edwards St., Houston, TX 77007) and the Houston Center for Photography (1441 West Alabama St., Houston, TX 77006).
There will be a curator tour with Catherine Anspon on Saturday, November 14th at 11 a.m., beginning at FotoFest and continuing to the Houston Center for Photography. A light lunch will be provided.
The Talent in Texas series was started by FotoFest in 2004.