Featuring selected works by TCU School of Art Faculty
Curated by TCU MA Art History Students
Madeline Boehm, Paula Contreras, and Emma Thompson
Moncrief Cancer Institute, Second Floor Exhibition Space
400 W. Magnolia Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104
February 25 – May 14, 2021
Brochure and Online Gallery Coming Soon!
Moncrief Cancer Institute, in conjunction with the Texas Christian University (TCU) School of Art, presents Interpreting Renditions of Interaction, featuring a diverse selection of 11 works by TCU’s faculty artists. These artworks represent explorations of three spheres of human interaction: self, community, and nature. The artists’ visual displays of meaning in their own lives, communities, and environments investigate the impact of relationships on the human experience through a range of new and traditional media.
Exhibiting a wide range of media—including paintings, sculpture, found objects, material translations of digital renderings, schematics, and more—Interpreting Renditions of Interaction focuses on the connections made between people and their cultures, memories, and environments, and how art can communicate these connections. The goal of Interpreting Renditions of Interactionis to provide viewers with a chance to find correlations to their own lives among the themes presented and have fun finding similarities between the works on display.
Featured artists include Amanda Allison, Kalee Appleton, Nick Bontrager, Lynné Bowman Cravens, Adam Fung, Dan Jian, Dick Lane, Rachel Livedalen, Mary Nangah, Chris Powell, and Cameron Schoepp. This exhibition is curated by TCU MA Art History students Madeline Boehm, Paula Contreras, and Emma Thompson with special thanks to fellow students Hailey Boutelle and Kathryn Schneider.
Interpreting Renditions of Interaction will be on view at Moncrief Cancer Institute from February 25 until May 14, 2021. While the gallery is currently closed, supplemental materials as well as a virtual walkthrough of the exhibition will be made available online. For those patients and family members visiting the exhibition in person, these materials can be found by scanning a QR code provided at the front of the gallery.
About Moncrief Cancer Institute
Moncrief Cancer Institute provides Tarrant County and surrounding communities with the foremost science, resources, and programs to reduce the threat and impact of cancer. The partnership between Moncrief Cancer Institute and the TCU School of Art celebrates the vital relationship between art and medicine and how art positively impacts the patient experience. TCU graduate students are selected to participate as guest curators and then mentored through the exhibition-making process by staff of The Art Galleries at TCU.
Moncrief Cancer Institute is not open to the public for exhibition viewing due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Moncrief Cancer Institute Contact: Tracy Greene
Manager, Marketing and Communications
400 W. Magnolia Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104