Spring 2023 at the Carolla Arts Exhibition Center explored various themes in contemporary art from our recent alumni to artists who have lived and/or worked in Texas. We closed out the semester with a talented group of graduating seniors showing in our annual BFA in Design, The Professional Design Practicum exhibit.
January 23 – February 17
Featuring Madeline Brice, Zoe Hawk, Cortney Metzger, and Dryden Wells, Contemporaries explores work from recent alumni navigating a range of topical themes in the art community.
Tex-US: Five Encounters from the Lone Star State
March 3 – April 14
Curated by Associate Professor Sarah Williams, Tex-US features work from Annie Arnold, Bryce Lafferty, Robert Milnes, Ryder Richards, and Loring Taoka, and is accompanied by a gallery talk from Judy Tedford Deaton. Tex-US focuses on contemporary trends in art from artists living and working in Texas.
Every semester, the Carolla Arts Exhibition Center is pleased to host an exhibition of work by graduating students from the Department of Art and Design. The spring exhibition showcases the talent and skill of students who have spent years developing a design practice that will carry them into their professional careers.
Student exhibiting this spring: Sydney Arlt, Cole Baker, Kurtis Bertel, Paige Cawein, Morgan Collins, Alexandra Curry, Stephanie Dejeu, Chloe Frazier, Sloane Galindo, Katelyn Homer, Timothy Keeling, Steeler Lawrence, Julia Mason, Colby Morrone, Tabitha Mumford, Angelina Navarro, Lena Nguyen, Hannah Noles, Bennett Outman, Tyler Porras, Emily Reed, Everett Schoenke, Samuel Stillie, and Amanda Winters.