Student Accomplishments :: Summer 2009 Roundup
JANE ELMORE, had one photographic work selected into this summerís Texas Photographic Society International Competition 18.
PATRICIA KOEMEL, doctoral candidate in the Fine Arts, was invited to present current research on Quantum Color Theory and Mechanics: Molecular Resonance and Physiological Hue Reconstruction in Plants at the 2009 Cafe Botanique Lecture Series at the Denver Botanical Gardens in Denver, Colorado, this summer.
YULIA MAKAROVA (1st year MFA candidate in Printmaking) was a featured artist twice this summer during the 1st Friday Art Trail at the Legacy in Lubbock. One of her illustrations was published by the Daily Toreador.
MFA candidates, ZACH NADER (2nd year photography) and PATRICK PAGE-SUTTER (3nd year sculpture) have had artwork selected into the New Texas Talent 2009 exhibition to be presented at the Craighead Green Gallery in Dallas in July and August.
ZACH NADER, also has a photographic work selected into Esther M. Klein Art Galleryís (Philadelphia, PA) upcoming summer exhibition, The Vitreous: Of Eyes and Optics which explores the science and technology of sight, vision and optics through contemporary art practices. He is one of the artists, selected from over 400 entries from around the world, whose work was selected into the 2009 Pingyao International Photography Festival to be presented in Pingyao, China in September.
CHISUM PIERCE, 3nd year MFA candidate in photography, received an online gallery exhibition and will also be listed in the HCP gallery during the Fellowship exhibition May 15 through June 29.