Congratulations Ashley Boydston!
Congratulations Michele Poindexter!
Congratulations to Professor Susan Kae Grant for receiving the Cornaro Award at Texas Woman’s University. This is the highest award given to a faculty member and is a great honor. Susan is the first ever from the Department of Visual Arts to receive this award.
Congratulations to Tiffany Milow for having her photograph selected as this year’s cover art for the 2016 Student Creative Arts and Research Symposium.
Tiffany received a BFA with a focus in Photography from the University of North Texas in the spring of 2012 and is currently an MFA student in Visual Arts, Photography Concentration at Texas Woman’s University.
Congratulations to Professor Susan Kae Grant for having her work included in the exhibition Welcome: Page by Page at The Center for Photography at Woodstock. The show ran from February 20 through April 10, 2016 in Woodstock, New York.
Welcome: Page by Page, curated by CPW’s new Executive Director Hannah Frieser, showcases artist books by an international cadre of photographers. The exhibition examines the art form of the small-edition book as a poignant expression of personal vision.
Congratulations to Deedra Baker for being named a Chancellor’s Student Research Scholar. The Chancellor’s Student Research Scholars (CSRS) program honors outstanding achievement by select students in research and creative art endeavors. Final selection of the scholars was made by the Research Committee of the Graduate Council. In addition to awards, these students will be honored at a luncheon TWU’s Chancellor and President hosts for them during the Symposium and will also be recognized at Convocation and Commencement.
Congratulations to Professor Susan Kae Grant for having her work included in the exhibition Reading with the Senses in the Roberts Gallery of the Lunder Arts Center at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. The opening reception was March 24th and the exhibition ran from March 10 through April 17, 2016.
The exhibition featured 54 international contemporary artists’ books in a show curated by Ruth R. Rogers, curator of special collections at Wellesley College.