Sarofim School of Fine Arts

Graduates Exhibit Work Abroad

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    "Reflections" by Mary Hale Visser
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    "Eve's Fault" by Mary Hale Visser
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    "To The Sun" by Lauraly Hernandez
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    "The Journey" by Alex Essex-Carmona

Recent art graduates exhibited their work in the Intersculpt exhibition in England.

Professor Mary Hale Visser, Brown Chair holder and curator of the exhibition, Full Circle, A Decade of Rapid Prototyping in Sculpture: A New Expression that first opened at Southwestern University in the Fine Arts Gallery from Oct. 12 to Nov. 9, 2011, was selected by the MIRIAD Institute in Manchester, England for an exhibition from March 12 to April 28, 2012. The exhibition was then invited by the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota U.S. to be part of the SPARKS3D exhibition at Gallery 13 from June 1 to July 15th, 2012. This exhibition will travel to Arizona State University by invitation of PRISM Institute for exhibition at the Fine Arts Gallery during the month of September.

Professor Mary Hale Visser, Brown Chair holder presented a paper on, Cybersculpture: materials, processes and the history of sculpture in the digital age. at the AFPR and the AEPR (The European Forum on Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing) symposium held in Paris, France on June 13th 2012.

Recent graduate BFA student Lauraly Hernandez exhibited recent work selected by the MIRIAD Institute in Manchester, England for INTERSCULPT exhibition from March 12 to April 28, 2012.

Recent graduate Alex Essex-Carmona exhibited recent sculptural work “The Journey” selected by the MIRIAD Institute in Manchester, England for INTERSCULPT exhibition from March 12 to April 28, 2012.