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The 2016 UTEP Department of Art Biennial Faculty Exhibition showcases recent work by the distinguished faculty members of the UTEP Department of Art. The show features in a wide range of media including ceramics, metals, sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, performance and graphic design. The focus of this year’s show is based on examining the ‘creative life’ of working artists. Over the course of the exhibition, the Rubin Center will host a variety of panel discussions from the participating artists who will discuss what it means to have an active and sustainable ‘creative life'

 

 
Art History Lectures
Rubin Center Auditorium
12pm - 1pm
 
Dr. Max Grossman
Henry C. Trost and the Making of Downtown El Paso
Wednesday, February 24th
 
Melissa Warak
Ancient Music and Contemporary Sculpture: Janet Cardiff
and George Millers The Infinity Machine
Wednesday, March 2nd
 

 
Creative Life Series
Rubin Center Auditorium
12pm - 1pm
 
What are the essential elements that sustain a creative life over time?  This series engages UTEP Faculty Artists in candid conversations about their creative lives in an informal setting. The discussions are open to the public but will be lead by upper level art students enrolled in Professional Practices and preparing to graduate and launch their own careers in the arts. You are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch as well as your own questions and ideas about the topics presented. 
 
  Artistic Influences                                   Daily Practice
       Thursday March 17                               Thursday March 24
 
        Work/Life Balance                          Promoting and Exhibiting
Thursday March 31                                  Thursday April 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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