Professor Karin Broker's
monoprint/collage was included in the 2015 Taiwan International Art Exchange Exhibition.
The exhibition opens April 15, 2015, Yunlin, Taiwan. The exhibition includes 41 artists, and Professor Broker represents the United States.
Lecturer Paul Hester
has been selected by the students of Wiess College as Outstanding Faculty Associate at Wiess College, 2014-15. Professor Hester will be an honoree at the president's house on April 23, 2015, recognizing outstanding and distinguished associates.
ONE NIGHT - Friday, April 17th - Part of "It Came from the Bayou" weekend - Burning Bones Press will present the premiere of Tish
Stringer's short film "Not Lost! Linocut Printing with Artemio
Rodriguez." "Not Lost!" will show at 7 p.m. at Burning Bones Press (1518 Yale #1).
This project is funded in part by the City of Houston through the
Houston Arts Alliance.
Assistant Professor Christopher Sperandio's
Cargo Space art project was part of the article "Social Practice in the Time of Cholera: Can Mobility and Tiny Living Save an Art Form?," OffCite: Design. Architecture. Houston. (
digital version of Cite: The Architecture + Design Review of Houston),
April 2, 2015. More>>
VADA Artist in Residence Allison Hunter
has been awarded an Individual Artist Grant by the Houston Arts Alliance for an experimental video art project in Houston's under-served neighborhoods this summer (mobile-style). This is her third artists grant since moving to Houston. More>>
Professor in the Practice in Theatre Christina Keefe
has been selected by the students of Lovett College as Distinguished Faculty Associate at Lovett College, 2014-15. Professor Keefe will be an honoree at the president's house on April 23, 2015, honoring outstanding and distinguished associates.