Natasha Egan is the Executive Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at the Columbia College Chicago. Her lecture is part of the exhibition Discoveries of the FotoFest Houston Meeting Place, which features photographs by emerging artists from around the world, who have participated in the “Meeting Place” Portfolio Review of the acclaimed Houston FotoFest Biennial. The exhibition dates are September 11, 2014 through October 18, 2014.
Israeli artist Shira Richter will be on campus for lectures and Q&A sessions with Fibers students, Core Design students, and with the Department of Jewish Studies.
P.R.I.N.T Press invites you to become a member of their new subscription program. Memberships will support residencies in which emerging and renowned printmakers will publish works at P.R.I.N.T every fall semester with the assistance of students and faculty from UNT's Printmaking program.
James Thurman, Associate Professor at UNT's College of Visual Arts & Design, will be the guest speaker tonight at the monthly meeting of the Visual Arts Society of Texas. James coordinates the 3D Core program and teaches in the Metalsmithing & Jewelry area. He received his MFA in Metalsmithing from the Cranbrook Academy of Art and his BFA in Sculpture from Carnegie Mellon University. In 2010, he completed a four-year term on the Board of Directors of the Society of North
The "Get Funded! Savvy Skills for Successful Funding Applications Workshop” will be presented next week in the Willis Library. This workshop is open to students in the College of Visual Arts and Design as well as College of Information students.
Beginning on September 8th, UNT's Art Librarian, Rebecca Barham, will be offering research help for students and faculty. You can speak with her during the Fall 2014 semester on Mondays between 2-4pm. She will be located in the Laptop Lounge, which is Room 214 in the Art Building.
The Art Collection is now located on the 3rd floor of the Willis Library.
All art books of all art disciplines are together with the rest of the humanities in one library that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Art Reference is located on the first few shelves of the art collection aisles.