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2014 Studio Event and Art Auction


 

You are cordially invited to the exclusive

2014 Studio event and art auction

Thursday, April 3 · 6-8:30 p.m.
Silent auction and studio demonstrations · 6-7:30 p.m.
Live Auction · 7:30 p.m.

$100 per person
Proceeds benefit scholarships in the
College of Liberal Arts Department of Art and
Art History

TICKETS ARE LIMITED

Studio Arts Center
Department of Art and Art History
810 South Davis Drive · Arlington, Texas

Gourmet hors d’oeuvres and a selection of creative refreshments will be served

Purchase tickets or donate online at uta.edu/artuta

For more information, contact Elizabeth Fernandez at specialevents@uta.edu or 817-272-5300

Self-parking available

 

 

 

 

The COOLEST art event in town has evolved into something even bigger. UT Arlington’s annual glass art sale now incorporates virtually every MEDIUM from our outstanding trove of talented artists: stunning photography, vibrant paintings, dazzling glass pieces, and more. Beyond a sale, it’s a platform for bringing artists and patrons together for an evening of art, auctions, and inspiration. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind event that’s sure to be the HOTTEST ticket around.

 

Glass Art

Explore the work of talented glass artists at UTA, created under the direction of Justin Ginsberg, coordinator of the glass arts program.

Photography

Our photography exhibit features the work of brilliant photographers like Kenda North, coordinator of UTA photography program.

Painting

See the amazing work created by UTA’s renowned faculty, like  Sedrick Huckaby & Benito Huerta, & explore the work of accomplished students.
 
Sculpture
 
Under the direction of Darryl Lauster, the program is booming with art that challenges and sparks the imagination. Come experience the greatness.
 
Ceramics
 
Multimedia artist Nicholas Wood helms this burgeoning program. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the art our ceramics program has to offer.
 
Printmaking
 
UTA’s printmaking department flourishes under the guidance of Professor Nancy Palmeri, an acclaimed artist whose work has been shown worldwide.
 
SUPPORT ART | UTA

Today’s complex world requires creativity. It takes the imagination and hands of a true artist to interpret and reimagine our environment–and to bring context, beauty, and meaning to our lives. Your patronage of this exclusive event supports our students in their efforts to become the artists that will shape our understanding of the world around us. 

Participate in live and silent auctions in unique studio gallery spaces, each showcasing an exquisite variety of curated art pieces on display and for sale. Meet renowned faculty and up-and-coming students, watch live demonstrations, and hear about their creative processes. At the end of the night, you’ll take home works of art not typically available to the public. 

Plan to return Friday, April 4, to take part in the
annual glass sale from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.