Archive for the ‘ Exhibitions ’ Category

RYU-HEE KIM Wins Best 3-D Artwork at Still Point Art Gallery

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 – Video Selected for Exhibition In New York

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 – Artist-In-Residence Exhibition at Artpace

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].

Artpace provides artists generous resources to allow them to work with new ideas and take ambitious risks.


Committing to the idea that this thing is important. (2011)

KATHERINE LIONTAS-WARREN – Solo Show in Wichita Falls


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 & TOM TURNER Included in FotoFest Talent in Texas Exhibition

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.

COREY ESCOTO– Two Upcoming Solo Exhibitions

Corey Escoto (2004 BFA in Photography) has two very exciting solo exhibitions coming up. The first one, entitled Deep Trouble, will be shown at the Regina Rex gallery in New York, NY. The opening reception will take place on Wednesday, September 9th from 6-8 p.m. It will be on view from September 9th- October 18th.

The second exhibition, entitled Screen Play, will take place at the SRO Photo Gallery of the TTU School of Art.  This exhibition will be on view from October 12th- November 8th.

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IAN F. THOMAS–Interviewed on 365 Artists/365 Days Blog

Ian F. Thomas (2006 MFA in Ceramics) was recently interviewed on the 365 Artists/365 Days blog about his work and career in general. You can view the full interview (here).

Thomas is also involved in a group exhibition entitled Mindful: Exploring Mental Health through Art, which will be on view from September 18th- March 12th at the Society of Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA.


TOM TURNER– Busy Schedule Ahead

Tom Turner (2013 MFA in Photography) has several things going on in the next few months and we have the details! Here they are in chronological order:

  • SEPTEMBER 3-30 “Lunar Calendars”: a solo exhibition at Hello Studios in San Antonio, TX. Opening reception on September 3rd from 7-10 P.M. This body of work was recently featured on Wired Magazine.

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  • SEPTEMBER 11-30 “The Altered Landscape”: an exhibition curated by Turner at the Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery in San Antonio, TX. Opening reception on September 11th from 7-10 P.M.
  • SEPTEMBER 24- OCTOBER 23 “Stop in Time”: a group exhibition at Northwest Vista College– Palmetto Center for the Arts in San Antonio, TX. Opening reception on September 24th from 11:30 A.M-1:30 P.M. 
  • OCTOBER 9- NOVEMBER 15 “Talent in Texas: New Photographic Work by Texas Artists”: a group exhibition at Fotofest and the Houston Center for Photography. Opening reception at Fotofest on October 8th from 6-8 P.M. followed by an artist talk on November 7th at 2 P.M. Opening reception at HCP on October 9th from 6-8 P.M. followed by an artist talk on October 10th at 2 P.M. Exhibition tour with Catherine Anspon the curator on November 14th at 11 A.M. which will begin at Fotofest and continue at HCP.

Turner has recently had work selected for Manifest Gallery‘s 4th International Photography Annual. The publication date has not yet been announced. Turner is currently a Resident Artist and Co-Director of the Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery in San Antonio, TX.


TED KINCAID – 2 Upcoming Exhibitions

Ted Kincaid (1988 BFA in Photography/Printmaking; MFA from University of Kentucky) has two upcoming exhibitions. The first of the two is a group exhibition at the Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown, MA. The opening reception will take place on Friday, August 7th from 6-10 PM. The exhibition will be on view from August 7th – 26th.

Kincaid’s second upcoming exhibition entitled Monday’s Romance is Tuesday’s Sad Affair will be on view at the Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas, TX. This exhibition will be on view from August 29th – October 24th. 


Ted Kincaid explores the creative space between painting and photography. Starting with vast catalogs of photographs he takes, he constructs entirly new visual worlds. Check out this short video piece about Kincaid and his practice.

JESSICA SAILORS–New Exhibition at R Gallery in San Antonio

Jessica Sailors (2010 BFA in Ceramics with an MFA from UTSA in 2014) has artwork in a new exhibition entitled “Ugly Pretty Things.” This is a group exhibition represents the CRITT PROJECT (Conversations Representing Individual Thoughts Together), an organization that aims to create dialogue between Texas artists through collaborations, group exhibitions, and critiques.

The exhibition will be on view at the R Gallery in San Antonio (725 South Presa, San Antonio, TX 78210) from August 7th – 29th. Sailors is currently a lecturer in the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Texas at San Antonio.