Faculty Art Exhibition Shares Centennial Inspiration

By on January 30, 2014

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Tonight about 400 people turned out for the opening of the UTEP Department of Art Biennial Faculty Exhibition at the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts. The exhibit showcases exceptional artwork by distinguished faculty teaching in a wide range of media including ceramics, metals, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, graphic design and more. Participating UTEP Department of Art professors include Sarelah Aguilar, Kim Bauer, Therese Bauer, Vincent Burke, Antonio Castro H., Derek Caulfield, Clive Cochran, Suzi Davidoff, Francisco Delgado, John Dunn, Adrian Esparza, Christine Foerster, Samuel Garcia, Anne Giangiulio, Davina Gomez-Miraval, Manuel Guerra, Anna Jaquez, Suzanne Kane, Roya Mansourkhani, Jacob Muñoz, Alexandra McGovern, Dave McIntyre, Jessica Pizaña Roberts, Hector Romero, Daniel Szwackowski, Rachelle Thiewes and Albert Wong. The Rubin Center is directed by Kerry Doyle.

As part of the Centennial Celebration, the exhibition is complemented with “Studio Lab: Research Practices in the Visual Arts,” a presentation of historic images of the department, centennial reflections from faculty artists, and a special focus on the process behind the artwork on display giving visitors an opportunity to better understand artistic research and practice.

The exhibition runs from January 30 through March 8.

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Keith A. Erekson served as the Executive Director of UTEP's Centennial Celebration from December 2011 through May 2014. Learn more at keitherekson.com.