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Regional JURIED High School Art Exhibit

colette-about_picRegional HS Art Show
Brazos Gallery: Oct 27- Nov 10
Opening Reception: Thursday, Oct 27, 4-7 pm

JUROR: Colette Copeland
We are pleased to have Colette, an extraordinary artist, arts writer, and new instructor at Richland College juror this years exhibit.




3rd Place

Meghan Dahlke’s “Pandora’s Ball: Tears of Joy or Sorrow”

color photo            Garland HS            J. Thompson            Senior


2nd Place

Darby Fields’ “Untitled”

watercolor, crayon        Rowlett HS            C. Wilkinson            Senior


1st Place

Estella Garza’s “Urban Totem”

mixed media, ceramic          North Garland HS            L. McBride            Junior

List of all participants: Richland High school juried exhibit-2011_participants

Exhibition Images:

Regional JURIED High School Exhibition

Regional Juried High School Exhibition
Sep 30 – Oct 15, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 30, 2010

JUROR Suzy Jones, Executive Director of Plano Art Centre

Prizes: 1st, 2nd and 3rd receive $100, Director’s choice receives $50.

1st Place- Ashley Luke

1st Place- Ashley Luke- Garland HS

2nd Place_ victoria Gantt

2nd Place_ Victoria Gantt_ Rowlett HS

3rd Place_ Rory Kelly

3rd Place_ Rory Kelly - Rowlett HS

Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

elaine pawlowiczBrazos Gallery
April 1-19, 2010

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 1 from 12-1 p.m.

Juror: Elaine Pawlowicz, Visual Artist and
Art Professor from University of North Texas, Denton


Purchase Award / Best of Show ($200)
Field Leisner’s Self Portrait
Acrylic on Panel

1st Place ($100)
Michaela Nienaber’s The Profile
Acrylic on Canvas

2nd Place ($75)
Cindee Kueng’s Tower of Babel

3rd Place ($50)
Doyle Kelley’s Light Before Birth
Kodak CMY Dye

Honorable Mention ($25)
Analisa Gonzales’ We Come Out at Night
Acrylic on Canvas

Honorable Mention ($25)
John Schrader’s Exquisite Corpse I & II

ThunderA.R.T.S. Scholarship Award ($250)
Teel Savage’ s Monday through Friday

Artists in the Exhibition:

Marshall Bateman         Red Barn

Robert Reedy     Papa Don’t Preach

Michael Gomez   Chicago Sunset, Good Dog

Rosa Simmons    Untitled

Cindee Kueng     Nature’s Logarhythmic Spiral, Illuminated Letter

Miao-Yi Lin         Untitled (Fish), Untitled (White Tiger)

Marilyn Mason   Bella Luna

Tina Simmons     Woman with Instrument

Betty Levy          The Essence of Mythology

Marshall Kendall            Big Guy I & II

John Schrader     Exquisite Corpse I &  II

Austin Sizer        Neophytos

Hye Min         Taking Sunset

Christina Smith        Additive Reductive: Skeleton

Gail Jones           Untitled

Karla Hernandez      Opulent Widow

Christina Smith     Master Study

Brittany Crawford           Sunglasses at Night

Carol Kellogg        Luxembourg Bridge

Marilyn Mason      Lilypads and Scales

Darby O’Neal      Logan’s Mother

Bill Rudd     Mountain Passage

Carolyn     Untitled

Linda Holden      Grand Prismatic Spring

Hye Min     The Bond Girl

Mark Herrera      Untitled (girl in woods)

Rachel Schwarz     Adam’s Apple

Field Leisner       Geologic

Bethany Phillips   Inagaddavida

Ms. Barreto    Untitled

Anthony M Naju     Thoughts of Fire

Margaret Tierney           Small Mask, Armadillo Tile, Large Mask

Teel Savage        Monday through Friday

Stephanie Diez Sollano      April 2003

Janet Butler        Consara, Spain

Nature ReMix_Richland Juried Student Art Exhibition


Richland Student Exhibition “Nature ReMix”

Richland College Student Art Exhibition
Lago Vista Gallery and other locations on campus.
Jan 28th-Feb 28th, 2010.

Opening reception: Thursday, Jan 28, 12-1 p.m.


Nature: ReMix is an opportunity to submit your interpretations of nature using any art form you choose. Award selections will be based on art emphasizing innovative views of nature, recycled material, and the importance of water to our society.

THEME: Twenty-first century views of nature in art have changed. The ability to define “natural” is influenced by the dramatic developments of DNA altered plants, test tube babies, cloned sheep, global warming, virtual reality and body alterations…  Today we realize the fragility of nature as the population of mankind continues to grow. Will nature provide the tools and knowledge to survive into the next century? Can science save us from ourselves? Contemporary art reflects the times. What do you have to say?

Selection: A faculty committee will select art for the exhibit.

Awards: $350.00 in cash awards

Juror for Awards: Ryder Richards,
Richland College Gallery Coordinator.

ELGIBILITY: Richland Students and local AP Arts Students. Richland Students must be currently enrolled in credit or continuing education classes during the 2009 –2010 academic year.

INSTRUCTIONS: All works due in the Soft Earth Gallery by 4:00 PM on Jan 21, 2010 with completed entry form attached.
Works not properly prepared for hanging or presentation will not be accepted. We require all 2-D works be framed with a wire on the back.  3D works must be pedestal ready or otherwise be approved by the faculty committee  Digital works must have the proper equipment to be presented, however some works will be shown online and projected during the opening. Complex installations will not be considered.
Insurance: DCCCD does not provide for insurance of any student work. Entering the juried exhibition constitutes acceptance of this policy.


Jan 21st, 2010    DEADLINE: artworks must be in the Soft Earth
Gallery (F-270) with completed entry form by 4:00 pm.
Jan 25th              Notice of accepted artworks will be posted on the
Soft Earth Gallery door.
Jan 25th              All works not accepted must be picked up by 5:00 pm.
Richland College is not responsible for any artworks not picked up after this time.
Jan 28th              12-1 pm. Opening Reception and Awards presented in the Lago Vista Gallery (Richland Library).
Feb 28th              Exhibition closes; all works must be collected.

For more information: rrichards@dcccd.edu or 972.238.6339 or http://www.rlc8.dcccd.edu/gallery/

Art, Science & Sustainable Community Symposium

Art, Science & Sustainable Community Symposium

Thurs, Jan 28th:     LEED Platinum Science Building Dedication
Sat, Jan 30th :        Art, Science and Sustainable Community Symposium
Sat, Jan 30th :         Regional Juried Exhibition, Water: More or Less

Art, Science and Sustainable Community Symposium
christaylor landarts-040905_wendover_mwm_136Richland College hosts a discussion on the role of water within the new model of sustainability. The symposium centers on themes of the built environment’s response to preserving ecology, striking a symbiotic equilibrium between human development and nature, and utilization of science towards creative responsibility.

Keynote speaker: Ignacio Bunster: Lead Architect on the Trinity Lakes Park Design, Dallas, Texas

Round Table Discussion 1:
Responding to the World : community produced ideas, science allowing for responsible design
Paul Villinski: artist
Chris Taylor: Landarts, Landscape Architect
Moderator: (TBA)

Round-Table Discussion 2:
Developing a sustainable future: growth through engagement with ecology and the arts
Karla Klay: Artist Boat: Executive director
Sarah Jane Semrad: La Reunion: Co-Founder, Dallas TX
Architect from La Reunion’s Board
Moderator: (TBA)

Symposium Schedule:
1:00 PM    Refreshment and Check-in
1:30 PM     Dance Part I: Shelly Cushman’s “Choking the Earth? Just take off those clothes and join the water in D-Flat “ (15 mins)
1:45 PM    KEYNOTE: Ignacio Bunster (Trinity, water)
2:30 PM     Dance Part I: Shelly Cushman’s “Choking the Earth? Just take off those clothes and join the water in D-Flat “ (10 mins)
2:45 PM    Announcement of Breakout session options, Sabine Tours, Juried art show, student artshow, Larry Kirkland public art piece, etc…
(Refreshments provided during transition.)

3:00 PM
(option to participate in Breakout 1 or Breakout 2)
Responding to the World
Developing a Sustainable Future
3:50 PM    End Breakout sessions – Light Refreshments in Sabine
4:00 PM    Tours of the new LEED Platinum Sabine Building lead by
Will and Perkins Architects (3 to 4 groups)
(Remember to view the student artwork in Lago Vista, Fannin Lobby, and elsewhere.)
4:45 PM    Re-convene as we move to the Brazos Gallery
5:00-7 PM     Opening reception for WATER: More or Less (with Refreshments)
5:30 PM     Juror Talk & Awards Presentation: Paul Villinski, Brazos Gallery