On Nov 18, 2021 (6 pm, CST), Our visiting assistant professor of art history, Dr. Joy Partridge presents "Giving Form to Primordial Matter in Medieval and Modern Art."
Mark Sisson was invited to participate in The Trumped 2.0 Portfolio, a national lithographic print invitational. Each participant received a boxed portfolio of 30 prints. An additional five portfolios were made to be given to interested public collections. Portfolios have been placed in the following collections: The Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division; The New York Public Library, Artist Printmaker/Photographer Research Collection, Texas Tech University Museum, Lubbock, TX, Janet Turner Print Museum, California State University, Jules Heller Print Study Room, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ; Block Museum at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Printmaker Richard Peterson organized and selected artists for both the Trump 1,0 and the Trump 2.0 Portfolios
“In 2019, the second volume, “Trumped 2.0” was put together, this time Peterson co-organizing with Beauvais Lyons, a Chancellor’s Professor from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, who printed the title page/ colophon. This second volume has many of the same artists and some new faces. The Trumped 2.0 exchange was mailed to participants the week that it was announced that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the U.S. Presidential and Vice-Presidential election.
About the portfolio Lyons notes “This portfolio is remarkable for the diversity of the artists who participated, encompassing three generations with many younger artists of color. In presenting artistic images about what they do not like about the Trump presidency, they are also affirming what the presidency should be.”
All prints use lithographic methods and are printed by the artists on 15 x 20 inch archival paper.”
A Companion to Viceregal Mexico City, 1519-1821 presents an overview of colonial Mexico City and the important role it played in the creation of the early modern Hispanic world. Dr. Cristina González’s essay, “Visualizing Corporate Piety: The Art of Religious Brotherhoods,” considers how residents of the city performed their ethnic and social identities through confraternities. Her chapter is devoted to the art and visual culture of these lay religious associations. Research for the essay was supported by the Oklahoma Humanities Council and the Arts and Sciences Research Grant at Oklahoma State University.
Art Directors Club of Tulsa is thrilled to announce our Graphex 52 student winners!
Of the 150 entries, these talented students were selected to represent the region's best including graduating MFA student Ghazal Foroutan, and graduating BFA graphic design students Maria Nieto and Erin Rowe.
Graphex 52, the 52nd Annual Regional Design Award Exhibition, sponsored by Art Directors Club of Tulsa
Congratulations to all our professional Graphex Winners! Graphic design faculty Pouya Jahanshahi was a winner, while Nick Mendoza, and Ting Wang received Honorable mentions for their work in the professional category.
Three nationally renowned judges for Graphex 52 were chosen for their experience and expertise: Winston Elliott, Sr. Designer for Taco Bell's in-house agency, Taco Bell Design; Paula Spence, Art Director and Designer in the animation industry, most recently at Cartoon Network Studios and ShadowMachine; and Fidel Peña of Underline Studio.