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Bernstein Moon FingerLecturer Josh Bernstein will be featured in an upcoming solo exhibition titled, Moon Finger, Devin Bordon Gallery, Houston, August 19-October 4, 2016.  Artist's reception August 19, 6-8:00 p.m. More>>
Hunter KaleidoscopeAllison Hunter, Humanities Artist-in-Residence, along with Houston artists Penny Cerling, Janice Freeman, and Dixie Friend Gay, is featured in a four-woman show titled, Kaleidoscope: Approaching Nature, Williams Tower Gallery, Houston, Texas, September 14-October 21, 2016.  More>>

Hunter Future PerfectPhotographs by Allison Hunter, Humanities Artist-in-Residence are included in Future Perfect: Picturing the Anthropocene, University Art Museum, Albany, New York, July 11-December 12, 2016.More>>
Sperandio Kirkleatham MuseumAssociate Professor Christopher Sperandio to develop new collaborative works for Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar. Sperandio and his long-time collaborative partner, Simon Grennan, will create seven new artworks for an exhibition titled, "In Town and Out." The exhibition will occur at the Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar, England, between September 1 and September 19, 2016.  More>>

Stringer The TerritoryDr. Tish Stringer’s film “Not Lost! Linocut Printing with Artemio Rodriquez,” will be showcased in the upcoming season of THE TERRITORY on PBS stations across Texas.  Now in it’s 36th season, THE TERRITORY, produced by Southwest Alternate Media Project, is the longest running showcase of independent short films on television.  For more info: swamp.org
Stringer Here Come the videofreexVisual and Dramatic Arts Lecturer and Film Program Manager, Tish Stringer, will introduce the film “Here Come the Videofreex,” directed by Jon Nealon and Jenny Raskin at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Thursday June 16th,  7:00 p.m., in the Brown Auditorium.  More>>

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