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Altered States: Digital Art
By Osamu James Nakagawa, Stephen Marc, Delilah Montoya, Adriana Calatayud Moran and Prince V. Thomas

October 14 - November 20, 2002

Reception: Thursday, January 23, 6 - 9 PM

detail of work by Stephen MarcCurated by UTA Art Department faculty member Andrew Ortiz, this exhibition showcases work by five diverse artists who express and explore a variety of cultural issues in their thought-provoking digital images. This exhibition not only highlights the social, political and personal concerns being addressed by each artist, but also points out the creative possibilities of digital imagery as a mainstream art form.

The artists included in the exhibition are all nationally and internationally exhibiting artists: Stephen Marc from Tempe, AZ; Delilah Montoya from Houston, TX; Adriana Moran from Mexico City, Mexico; Osamu James Nakagawa from Bloomington, IN; and Prince V. Thomas from Houston, TX.

detail of work by Stephen MarcIn association with the exhibition, two of the participating artists will present slide lectures about their work: Stephen Marc on Thursday, January 23 and Delilah Montoya on Wednesday, February 12. Both lectures take place at 12:30 pm in Room 148 of the Fine Arts Building on the UTA campus.

All events are free and open to the public.

Slides or jpegs and artists' resumes available by request.

Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 10 - 5 PM, Saturday 12 - 5 PM.
Located on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building, 502 S. Cooper Street, Arlington, Texas 76019.

For more information, contact Benito Huerta 817-272-3143 or Patricia Healy 817-272-5658

This exhibition is made possible by the generous support of Arlington Camera, Arlington Hilton, the City of Arlington the Hanley Foundation, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.



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