UTRGV Covid-19 Visual Journal

Created April 2020

UTRGV College of Fine Arts ARTS 3381 Art Education: Theory and Background students are creating COVID-19 Visual Art Journals on Instagram. They are documenting moments, changes, and challenges in their lives during this pandemic. Some are taking on an activist stance to send out social and health messages. Assistant Professor of Art Education, Christen Sperry García, MFA, PhD teaches ARTS 3381 and has adapted the course for the current online arena.

Follow the project at #utrgvcovid19visualjournal

Current Exhibits

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IMAS ¡Hay más!

UPCOMING Exhibition Your Content Goes Here Your Content Goes Here Exhibitions are free [...]

  • AM IGTL

Aligned Mind

IMAS will be exhibiting artwork from Trucha's Movimiento Screen Printing Fellowship in collaboration with Tree Haus Creative Studio. The goal of the fellowship has been to provide local artists with the resources and support to create new, socially engaged screen printed works or projects, with a studio space located in McAllen, Texas.

Virtual Exhibits

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Processing By Christopher Fitzgerald

Visit the virtual exhibition Processing. Christopher Miñán Fitzgerald translates intimate watercolors into large-scale paintings to explore our human capacity for hope in the face of incomprehensible tragedy.

  • Jess Cramp IF/THEN Collection STEM exhibit

This is a STEMinist

The International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) has partnered with McAllen Public Utility (MPU) to address the gender [...]

  • Natural Essence IMAS Virtual Exhibit

Natural Essence

Ceramics have been around for a long time. They can be created by using different types of clay and [...]

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