SGCI 2019–2021 MEMBERS TRAVELING EXHIBITION
Celebrating the diversity and vibrancy of printmaking and engaging a broad range of themes and processes, the 2019-2021 SGCI Members Exhibition was juried by Jane Hammond from entries by active SGCI members.
The Gallery at University of Texas Arlington, 502 South Cooper Street, Fine Arts Building Arlington, TX 76019
Reception: March 7th, 1–4:30pm
Hours: M–F 10am–5pm, Sa noon–5pm
TRACE, DIVIDE, AND ORDER: TWO EXHIBITIONS EXPLORING ENVIRONMENT
Rachelle Hill’s curatorial project “Trace (Mapping Space)” explores how mapping and map-based imagery serve as a metaphor for graphically distilling complex issues of migration, loss, unstable climate conditions, and self within community. Jennifer Scheuer’s work examines the relationship between history, perception plants, and healing.
Eagle Exhibit Hall, EESAT 190, Elm Fork Education Center,
University of North Texas
1704 W. Mulberry St., Denton, TX 76201
Reception: March 8th, 1–3pm