Alumni Spotlight

Rachel Stuckey presents exhibition at Austin gallery

Friday, November 17, 2017   |  Women and their Work
An old 1980s computer as art

Rachel Stuckey (M.F.A., Studio Art, 2016) will present the exhibition Good Days & Bad Days on the Internet at Women and Their Work in Austin from Nov. 18 to Jan. 11.

Jonas Criscoe’s work on view at Dimensions Gallery’s Paved Garden

Friday, November 17, 2017   |  Dimension Gallery
An art resembling a colorful Jenga game sits on a patio

Jonas Criscoe (B.F.A., Studio Art, 2006) has work in Dimensions Gallery's Paved Garden, a large-scale outdoor curated sculpture exhibit. It is a collaboration between Dimensions Gallery and the City of Austin's Cultural Arts Division. The exhibit sits under an industrial awning and is accessible and illuminated 24 hours a day and runs for a year.

Altin Sencalar chosen as Geri Allen Fellow at Detroit's Carr Center

Friday, November 17, 2017   |  The Carr Center
Altin Sencalar playing the trombone

Altin Sencalar (B.M., Jazz Performance, 2017) was chosen for the inaugural class of Geri Allen Fellows through the Carr Center in Detroit. The Gathering Jazz Orchestra is a two-year fellowship program for 14 people between the ages of 18 and 30 directed by Rodney Whitaker, former bassist with Jazz at Lincoln Center. Sencalar earned one of the two trombone spots.

Ade Omotosho receive curatorial fellowship at Pérez Art Museum Miami

Friday, November 17, 2017   |  Art News
a photo of the perez art museum in miami

Ade Omotosho (B.A., Art History, 2017) was named by the Pérez Art Museum Miami as the first participant for its Ford Foundation Curatorial Fellowship program. For the next two years, Omotosho will work with the museum’s curatorial team to help oversee upcoming exhibitions and re-installations of its permanent collection.

James Sclater’s music featured at Mississippi Museum of Art

Friday, November 17, 2017
James Sclater

James Sclater's (D.M.A., Composition, 1970) music was recently featured at the Music in the City series at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson. The program included two commissioned works, Variations and Toccata on a Theme by Paganni for solo piano and Sweet Swingin' Suite for violin, clarinet and piano. The Suite, commissioned by the Argot Trio, has recently been recorded by them on the Centaur label.

Natalia Anciso presents solo exhibition at University of Arizona

Tuesday, November 7, 2017   |  University of Arizona

Natalia Anciso (B.A., Studio Art, 2008) will have a solo exhibition, Natalia Anciso: They Try to Bury Us, at the Joseph Gross Gallery at the University of Arizona. It features extensive forms of media including paintings, drawings and tapestries, and the exhibition highlights a range work from the past six years. The exhibition, which will run Nov. 13­–Jan. 26, is supported by the Dr. Joseph F Gross Endowment, Lionel Rombach Endowment and the University of Arizona School of Art.