Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, The Art Galleries at TCU will be unable to welcome public audiences in-person for any exhibitions or events this spring and until further notice. We will be offering “by-appointment only” viewings for current TCU students, faculty, and staff only for both Moudy Gallery and Fort Worth Contemporary Arts. Email us at email@example.com to make an appointment.
While we are sad not to have you with us in person, we will make sure you have lots of virtual and digital options to engage with the work of our students, faculty and guest artists. The Art Galleries at TCU will continue to showcase high quality art and artistic practice by contemporary artists.
TCU Art Galleries Director, and Gallery Manager
Interpreting Renditions of Nature, Community, and Self
featuringselected works by TCU School of Art Faculty
January 21 – February 18, 2021
Curator’s Talk Premiere: Thursday. January 21, 2021, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
The Art Galleries at TCU, in conjunction with the TCU MA Art History students, present the 2021 School of Art Faculty Exhibition, Interpreting Renditions of Nature, Community, and Self. Exhibiting a wide range of artworks—including sculptures, paintings, found objects, material translations of digital renderings, collage, schematics, photographs, and more—Interpreting Renditions of Nature Community and Self will be on view at the Moudy Gallery from January 21st– February 18th, 2021.
Featured artists include Amanda Allison, Kalee Appleton, Nick Bontrager, Lynné Bowman Cravens, Drone Beuys, Adam Fung, Dan Jian, Dick Lane, Rachel Livedalen, Mary Nangah, Chris Powell and Cameron Schoepp.
The exhibition presents a diverse selection of twenty-six works by TCU’s faculty artists that 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.
Online conversations with local art professionals and faculty artists will be presented during the exhibition. Each talk will explore one of the three themes of the exhibition: self, community, and nature. In conversation with the faculty artists, the guest moderators will provide insight into these contemporary artworks. Social media updates from the Art Galleries in January will provide details for these online events.
Interpreting Renditions of Nature, Community, and Self is curated by TCU MA Art History students Madeline Boehm, Hailey Boutelle, Michelle Contreras, Kathryn Schneider, and Emma Thompson.
About The Art Galleries at TCU
The Art Galleries at TCU are a dynamic cultural resource presenting unique exhibitions and projects by inspiring contemporary artists. Through a rigorous curatorial process of research, creative collaboration and interdisciplinary partnerships, the galleries showcase excellent artistic practice and high-quality art, while supporting experimentation and innovation. To support students and faculty, the galleries act as a catalyst for critical dialogue and provide a vital avenue for professional development through investigation of contemporary art practices.
* In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, TCU students, faculty and staff must make an appointment to view exhibitions. The Art Galleries at TCU will remain closed to off-campus visitors through the Spring 2021 semester. However, we will continue to produce online content and exhibitions, available to the TCU community and our public audience worldwide. For more information about this exhibition, images for press, or details about other activities of The Art Galleries at TCU please visit the Galleries website www.theartgalleries.tcu.edu, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 817-257-2588.