Notable Faculty & Student Achievements
Technical Assistant and Exhibitions Coordinator Seth Daulton is currently exhibiting seven mixed-media monoprints in the lobby of Georgetown City Hall. The exhibition, titled Seth Daulton: Sites (Revisited) , features some of Daulton’s works from his Site series and follows his successful exhibit last fall at Houston’s Dillon Kyle Architects. The exhibition at City Hall is on view June 1–July 31, with a closing reception to be announced. Georgetown City Hall is currently open to the public Monday–Friday 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; however, please wear a mask and practice social distancing while in the space. More information and images of the exhibition can be found below:
Professor of Art Mary Visser ’s 3D digital sculpture Circle of Life is now installed in the 2020 International Digital Sculpture Exhibition in the online sculpture park maintained by the DAAP, the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati. This exhibition accompanies the Sixième Concours International de Sculpture Numérique sponsored by the Paris, France–based nonprofit Ars Mathematica. The 3D digitally printed artworks will be on exhibit from April 10, 2020, to the end of June. Selected entries will then be 3D color printed by international sponsor Mimaki Global, and exhibited in late June at the Galerie Maître Albert, in Paris, June 1–15, 2020, where the theme is polychrome digital sculpture. The main partner, Mimaki recently launched a new 3D color printer, the 3DUJ-553, which will be used to 3D print these juried sculptures in full color and pattern for Intersculpt 2020. The International Digital Sculpture Exhibition is online now in the 3D virtual-reality art gallery at the DAAP coordinates 32s 20w 145.
Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel ’s sculpture from his Untitled (decoy) series was selected for the 33rd annual Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition at the Patterson–Appleton Arts Center in Denton, TX. The exhibition was curated by Beth McLaughlin, chief curator of exhibitions and collections at Fuller Craft Museum, in Brockton, MA. McLaughlin selected 72 works from over 1,300 submissions from 16 countries. Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, the Materials: Hard and Soft exhibition celebrates the evolving field of contemporary craft and is on view through May 9, 2020.
Technical Assistant and Exhibitions Coordinator Seth Daulton currently has a solo show titled Seth Daulton: Sites at Dillon Kyle Architects in Houston, TX. The exhibition features 10 new mixed-media works that focus on ideas of space, place, the built environment, and psychological geography. The show is up February 7, 2020–March 8, 2020.