2019-20 Visiting Assistant Professor in Art History, Virginia Solomon

The Department of Art & Art History is pleased to welcome Dr. Virginia Solomon (B.A. Stanford University, 2004, Studio Art and Feminist Studies; M.A. 2007, Ph.D. 2013, Art History and Gender Studies, University of Southern California) as the 2019-20 Visiting Assistant Professor in Art History. Dr. Solomon’s research interests include contemporary art, curation, gender studies,…

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2019 Annual Student Art Exhibition

Thanks to all who came out to support our students for the 2019 Annual Student Art Exhibition! The show will be on view in Gittins Gallery until May 3. Don't miss it! Reception Photos Exhibition Photos Award Winners Anita Hawkins - After Rothko - Best in Show & Faculty Awards Nikita Nenashev - Rolapp Award…

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Arts Technology Capstone: e-co-systems

Great work at the Arts Technology Capstone Exhibition e-co-system. The culmination of the Arts Technology program, students collaborated on large scale media projects shown at Marriott Library on April 17, 2019. Refuse, Reduce, Recycle By Pisti Gamvroulas, Sarah Hogg, and Kyra Ott Art addressing the environment is hardly new, but as an increasingly pressing topic of conversation…

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BFA student Bea Hurd unveils public sculpture in Katherine’s Courtyard

BFA student Bea Hurd's public sculpture Suburban Wudu was installed in Katherine's Courtyard last week. A work in process for nearly the entire semester, Hurd's sculpture, along with another public art piece by architecture student Jaiden Hughes, will be on view at a reception this Thursday, April 18, 4-6pm, in Marriott Library's Katherine's Courtyard. Suburban Wudu addresses issues…

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Art Teaching student Sydney Porter presents Murray Murals research to UT legislature

Undergraduate student Sydney Porter was selected by the Office of the Vice President for Research, the Office of Government Relations and the Office of Undergraduate Research to present at the Research on the Hill event at the Utah State Capitol this week. Porter, a senior in the Art Teaching program, presented research on the "We Are…

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Art History student Cory Wayman presents at ‘Posters on the Hill’

Each year, the Office of the Vice President for Research, the Office of Government Relations and the Office of Undergraduate Research select students to exhibit their work via posters to Utah State legislators. At this event, legislators and their staff members learn about the importance of undergraduate research and creative work through talking directly with…

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