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Fall 2015 Visiting Artists & Scholars and Symposia

Rachel Garceau, Installation artist, Atlanta, GA
                 September 15-19, 2015

Arts Practice Research - TASA Conference at TTU
Scholarship, Pedagogy, and the Creative Process

                 October 1-3, 2015, various venues TBA
                 Nick Cave - Keynote Address, Friday, October 2nd

2015 Texas Metals Symposium
                 October 17, 2015, Escondido Theatre, TTU Student Union Building
                 Charles Lewton-Brain, Alberta College of Art and Design
                 Randy Long, Indiana University, Bloomington
                 Chris Irick, PrattMWP, Utica, New York
                 Cathy McClure, Studio Artist, Seattle/New York

Joan Holladay, Professor, Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas at Austin
                  October 28, 2015 at 6:30 PM in Art Building, Room B-01
“Gothic Sculpture in Contexts New and Old: The Allentown Saint Sebastian and Art in Late Medieval Augsburg”

Abstract: Co-editor of Gothic Sculpture in America, vol. 3: The Museums of New York and Pennsylvania, Professor Holladay will discuss this multi-year project, the challenges it has presented, and the uses of such an inventory. She will then look in greater detail at one work, a meter-high wood figure attributed to Michel Erhart, an Augsburg sculptor active about 1500, to illustrate the kinds of discoveries that study of some of the inventoried works has produced. This figure of Saint Sebastian has much to tell us about the value and limits of traditional art historical methods, like connoisseurship, at the same time as it opens up newer questions about production processes, ongoing collaboration between artists specializing in different media, and patrons’ aesthetic preferences.

Lynn Tomlinson Interdisciplinary artist specializing in animation, mosaics, community art, sculpture, documentary, media art, and emerging media
                 November 4-6, 2015


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Exhibitions and speaker programs at the School of Art are supported by a generous grant from the Helen Jones Foundation of Lubbock. Additional support comes from Cultural Activities Fees administered through the College of Visual & Performing Arts.