TCC Announces Spring Visual Arts Exhibits/Events

FORT WORTH, Texas (March 6, 2014) Tarrant County College campuses will host numerous visual arts exhibits and events this spring.
 
“Double Feature,” debuts March 6 at the Carillon Gallery at the South Campus, 5301 Campus Drive. The exhibit features videos by artists Kim Anno and Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum. “Water City, Berkeley,” by Anno, is about post-sea-level-rise society as people in coastal areas and cities adapt to a watery world while maintaining leisure time. “The Star + The Moon” is one of the first animations created by Sunstrum that reflect her interests in finding parallels between ancient mythologies and futuristic sciences. The exhibit runs through April 3 with an opening reception and artists’ lecture March 6, 6 to 8 p.m.
 
“Gamer: The Art of Game Design and Development,” introduces visitors to the excitement and creativity of game design Feb. 22 through March 27 at the Lakeview Gallery at the Northwest Campus, 4801 Marine Creek Parkway. Designers invited include: Russell Fincher, who exhibits his 3-D, real-time strategy game. “ARMED!;” Justin Pierce (Overpowered Games) giving a sneak peek into his current project, “TELOS;” Joshua Wilson displays his interactive installation, “Sound Foundation” and Nicholas Daniel (Hatched Games) presents several games developed with Adobe Flash. As the designers present a variety of work and materials used to create games, students will have the opportunity to learn about game design as a possible career.
 
“Relational Ground: Figuring Interactivity,” opens March 27 in Art Corridor II at the Southeast Campus, 2100 Southeast Parkway, Arlington. The exhibit, featuring works by artists Nathan Green and Micah Yarborough, runs through May 1. An opening reception will take place March 27, 5 to 7 p.m. Yarborough’s work includes drawing, sculpture, video and performance. He received Fort Worth Weekly’s Visionary Award in 2011. Nathan Green’s work focuses on the formal and structural qualities of abstract painting. His interests include modern abstraction with contemporary crafting techniques and common construction methods.
 
Members of the Northeast Campus faculty and staff will exhibit their art pieces April 4 through April 29 at the Fort Worth Community Center, 1300 Gendy Street. A reception will be held on April 4 from 6 to 9 p.m.
 
Works by Trinity River Campus faculty will be featured in an exhibition through April 4 at the Eastfork Gallery at the campus, located at 300 Trinity Campus Circle. The reception for the artists will be on March 18, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
 
For a complete listing of visual arts events/exhibits at TCC, please click on the link below:
Visual Arts Events for TCC Spring 2014
 

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