2015 Annual Juried UTEP Student Art Exhibition

May 8th – July 18th, 2015


The Rubin Center is proud to present the Annual Juried UTEP Student Art Exhibition, showcasing works of art and design created by undergraduate students enrolled in the Department of Art during the 2014 – 2015 academic year. All media taught in the department is represented, including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, metals and graphic design.

Fine Arts Juror


Heidi Schwegler explores a wide range of materials in the service of her subject matter. She has participated in numerous shows, including exhibitions at the Co/Lab Art Fair (LA), Raid Projects, (LA), Platform China (Beijing), Scope Art 2004 (NY), and the Hallie Ford Museum (Oregon). Schwegler is a Ford Family Fellow (OR), received a 2010 MacDowell Colony Fellowship (NH) and several RACC Individual Project Grants (OR). She has lectured on her work at institutions such as the Burg Giebichenstein, (Germany), Cranbrook Academy of Art (Michigan) and Kendall College of Art and Design (Michigan). Reviews of Schwegler’s work have been published in Art in America, ArtNews and the Huffington Post. She earned her MFA from the University of Oregon and is Associate Chair of the MFA in Applied Craft + Design (OCAC/PNCA).


Juror Lecture by Heidi Schwegler Friday, April 24th at noon.


Graphic Design Juror

Eduardo Sanchez is a graphic designer, founder and director of S, a graphic design studio based in Mexico City dedicated to the creation and development of brand identities for independent companies, cultural events, packaging design and brand protection. He is also a melomaniac and a craft beer entrepreneur. From the age of 14, Eduardo worked for several graphic design studios in Mexico and later received his BA in Graphic Design from the Universidad Iberoamericana. He then decided to pursue a wider view of design in the United Kingdom - one that goes against the idea of design as a servant of corporate goals and marketing decisions. In 2005, Eduardo graduated with honors from the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design as an M.A. in Design Management. He returned to Mexico and founded his own design studio with the purpose of delivering quality and responsible design.
Along with his handpicked team and other specialized collaborators, Eduardo works closely with clients from a wide range of areas developing design projects that contribute and foster cultural and commercial activity in Mexico.S, with support from the Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (Conaculta), recently co-edited the photo-biography of the prominent Brazilian writer, Clarice Lispector, that is now being distributed in Spanish-speaking countries around the globe.

Juror Lecture by Eduardo Sanchez Thursday, April 16th at 6pm




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