UTRGV Covid-19 Visual Journal

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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

  • Visual Arts Camp Exhibit at IMAS
  • Visual Arts Camp Exhibit at IMAS

Visual Arts Camp Exhibit

Group Artist Statement Visual Artists Camp exhibit is a collection of artworks created by campers who attended this summer’s [...]

  • MarchandAnne Mirror 72x72
  • MarchandAnne TheInvisible 48x48
  • MarchandAnne Unity 72x60

Abstractions: Anne Marchand

Inspired by the Hubble Space Telescope photographs, Anne Marchand’s work is an exploration of the surprisingly colorful and frequently [...]

Virtual Exhibits

  • 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 [...]

  • Pollinators in Action IMAS Virtual Exhibit

Pollinators in Action

The International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) is excited to announce the winners of its first community juried [...]

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