Faculty and Staff Achievements, October – December 2007
SHANNON CANNINGS, adjunct instructor, has three recent paintings published in the October issue of New American Painting, Western Edition (#72).
WILLIAM CANNINGS, associate professor of sculpture, is included in True to Form, an exhibition of works selected by Clint Willour, curator, Galveston Arts Center, from the Sculpture Network of Texas, for exhibition at the Texas State University Department of Art & Design Gallery during the Texas Sculpture Symposium in November.
RICK DINGUS, professor of photography, had a solo exhibition of his photography at Gallery of the College of Staten Island, New York in October. Dingus contributed an essay about his work for the exhibition brochure.
CAROL FLUECKIGER, associate professor of foundations and foundations coordinator, has received a Vice President’s Research Enrichment Fund Grant for her proposal entitled “Paintings Based on American History.” She was one of two CVPA faculty to receive funding for their proposals.
DIRK FOWLER, assistant professor of communication design, was one of four gig-poster artists profiled in the October issue of GQ Spain edition.
ROBIN GERMANY, associate professor of photography, was in a three-person exhibition entitled Materializations at the Jack Olson Gallery in the School of Art at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb in October.
JUAN GRANADOS, associate professor of ceramics, is in Fired Forms: Figures, Objects & Abstracts at the Arts Gallery of Collin College in Plano through November. In October, he received the Best of Show prize of $1,000 in the Hill Country Arts Foundation 3D National Juried Exhibition 2007 juried by David S. Rubin, Brown Foundation Curator of Contemporary Art at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
TERRY MORROW, professor of drawing and printmaking, is one of three artists featured in the Texas Works exhibition at Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock from mid-December through mid-February.
SUE ANNE RISCHE, adjunct instructor foundations, had a solo exhibition at the Art Depot in Lubbock in October.
IRMA SIZER, adjunct instructor in photography, was in a two-person exhibition at the Ira M. Taylor Memorial Art Gallery at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene in October-November.
VON VENHUIZEN, assistant professor of ceramics, was in a three person exhibition entitled FORBIDDEN FRUIT:: Three Perspectives on Sexuality at Missouri State University Art & Design Gallery in Springfield. He also gave a talk and ceramic demonstration there during the exhibition. He is the featured artist at the Charles Adams Gallery, Lubbock in December. .Venhuizen is one of 3 artists featured in the Texas Works exhibition at Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock from mid-December through mid-February.
SANG-MI YOO, assistant professor of foundations, presented her video-graphic installation in International Multiple Art Exhibition, the main exhibition of Gyeongnam International Art Festival at Gyeognam Art Museum in Masan, Korea, Oct.-Nov. She also had a group exhibit, entitled, Monochrome Orange and Out of the Blue at UT-Permian Basin in October.
WESLEY HARVEY, Landmark Arts Exhibitions Preparator, was in a two-person exhibition at the R Gallery in Lubbock in November.