From "Unlocked," from top, are details of "Fox and Rain" by Mimi
Kato, (middle) "Continuum" by Russell Stephenson and
"Blanketscape" by Soomin Jung
UTSA Satellite Space hosts 'Unlocked' exhibit
By Tim Brownlee
Assistant Director of Public Affairs
(April 11, 2006)--The UTSA Department of Art and Art History hosts an annual exhibition of work by M.F.A. students through April 23 at the UTSA Satellite Space at the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, Suite 115, at South Alamo and Probandt streets.
Free and open to the public, gallery hours are noon-6 p.m., Friday-Sunday.
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This year's show, "Unlocked," was curated by graduate student Lisa Endresen. The exhibit includes paintings, sculpture, textiles and drawings.
"This exhibit includes a single work of art from each graduate student earning a master of fine arts degree at UTSA," said Endresen. "The works illustrate the complex range of interests and mediums being explored by the students, and provide us an opportunity to see ideas, potential and talent being 'unlocked.'"
For more information, call (210) 212-7146.
Students represented in the exhibit are:
- Stacy Berlfein
- Roberta Buckles
- Steve Carter
- Joseph Cohen
- Judith Cottrell
- Melody Fernandez
- Jasmyne Graybill
- Brian Jobe
- Soomin Jung
- Mimi Kato
- Jimmy Kuehnle
- Enrique Martinez
- Tom May
- Robby Ramirez
- Adrien Carin Ryder
- Jar Schepers
- Young Wook Song
- Vickie Stephens
- Russell Stephenson
- Carla Tillman
- Anabel Toribio
- Luisa Wheeler
- Keith Williams
- George Zup