Art & Art History

University of Mississippi

Virtual Visiting Artist Program Spring 2019

Spring 2019 VVAP Schedule

Dr. Edward (“Eddie”) Chambers
Professor, Art History, University of Texas at Austin (virtual)
Wednesday, February, 20 / 5 pm, 209 Bryant Hall

Eddie Chambers is a Professor, in the Department of Art and Art History, at the University of Texas at Austin, teaching visual arts of the African Diaspora. See http://www.utexas.edu. He is a field editor, with responsibility for assigning reviews of publications relating to African Diaspora art and African art, for caa.reviews.


Joe Morzuch
Assistant Professor in the Painting Department of Art at Mississippi State University.
(in-person) – March, Date TBD / 5 pm, 120 Meek
Graduate critiques starting at 2:00pm.
https://www.joemorzuch.com

Joe Morzuch is a still life painter interested in the visual and communicative potential of objects that are cast-off, discarded, and overlooked. His subjects, and the process of working directly from life, provide him with rich pictorial and conceptual possibilities. His work engages the mundane, domestic, and every-day, as well as the notion of an arrested perceptual experience.


Cole Lu
Artist, Curator, and Writer based in New York (virtual)
Wednesday, April, 10 / 5 pm, 120 Meek http://cole-lu.com

Her work has been included in Contemporary Art Museum (St. Louis, MO), Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (Omaha, NE), Pulitzer Arts Foundation (St. Louis, MO), Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia, PA), American Medium (New York, NY), Vox Populi (Philadelphia,

PA), FAIR. (Miami Beach, FL), The 3rd New Digital Art Biennale – The Wrong (Again), I Never Read (Basel, Switzerland), FILE: Electronic Language International Festival (São Paulo, Brazil), The Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY), Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (Grand Rapids,
MI), The Luminary (St. Louis, MO), Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (Los Angeles, CA), Roman Susan (Chicago, IL), CENTRAL BOOKING ART SPACE (New York, NY), Syndicate (Cologne, Germany), K-Gold Temporary Gallery (Lesvos, Greece) and Invisible Space (Taipei, Taiwan).