School of Arts and Humanities News

A&H Scholarly and Artistic Successes

Tricia Stout was recently invited to present at the prestigious Graduate Symposium for the Nasher Prize, which was awarded to Theater Gates. “Some of the brightest masters and doctoral art history students across the country will share ideas on ethics in social practice, the artist’s role in community rebuilding, and black bodies in performance art, among other themes related to Gates’ work.”

Ten Ways to Study Up on Sculptor Theaster Gates’ Mode of Social Practice Before Nasher Prize Weekend

Jessica Ingle spearheaded the wildly successful Vignette Art Fair for the second year in a row – “an alternative fair that highlights talent that has been under-recognized and made ancillary by art institutions and establishments.”

And Diane Durant, Senior Lecturer in Photography, was an artist in the show. Press coverage of the event includes:

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Arts + Culture –
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Modern Dallas –