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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>>

Tish Stringer Aurora JurorVisual and Dramatic Arts Lecturer and Film Program Manager, Tish Stringer, was chosen as juror of Aurora Picture Show’s 3rd annual Extremely Young program. The youth component to Aurora’s popular Extremely Shorts Film Festival, the Extremely Young program features creative short films under three minutes long and made by filmmakers under 17.  Culled from more than 250 submissions, the program features young visions from around the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Slovenia, and Poland. One screening only! Saturday, June 11 at 4PM.  More>>
Bowdoin Monya Rowe Animal Print ShowProfessor Natasha Bowdoin's show, "Animal Print," is currently on veiw at Monya Rowe Gallery in St. Augustine, Florida.  More>>

Sperandio China Trip Summer 2016In July 2016, Professor Christopher Sperandio will visit Chengdu, Cina, where he will again join the faculty of the Summer Program at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. Sperandio will teach a course on making comics and the history of American comic books titled, "Words and Pictures."
Hunter Mid-town Art CenterHumanities Artist-in-Residence Allison Hunter presents "Decentering the Human City: Urban Art through Animal Eyes," for the Gulf Coast Green conference on smART Design: The intersection of art, architecture, and sustainability, on April 28, 2016 at 2:45 pm at Midtown Arts and Theater Center Houston (MATCH), 3400 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002. More>>

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