You are warmly invited...
The Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery proudly presents a juried exhibition of graduate
artwork from Masters of Art and Masters of Fine Art programs in the Dallas-Fort Worth
Metroplex and Denton. Thirteen artists from six different universities were selected by jurors Christina Hayes Haley
and Kyle Hobratschk to showcase new noteworthy talent.
ONWARD FORWARD celebrates the students’ artistic imagination and theoretical knowledge
in an array of different media. Refreshments will be served.
Preview & Artist Talks: Thursday May, 11, 5-7 PM
Reception: Saturday May, 13, 4-7 PM
Kacie Baker, Jessie Budd, Mary German, Elizabeth Given, Courtney Googe, Holly Gray,
Eric Hess, Matthew Jones, Tiffany Milow, Rebecca Shewmaker, Katerina Verguelis, Blake
Weld, and Terry Wilder.
About the Jurors:
As always, our programs are free and open to the public!
Christina Hayes Haley originally from Australia, is a painter, theatre designer, she is also the gallery
curator at the Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery. Her work is often made in collaboration
with her two siblings as The Sisters Hayes.
Kyle Hobratschk is a Dallas artist working in painting, furniture, and printmaking to produce work
that centers on the architectural subject. Hobratschk founded 100 WEST, an artist retreat and collective in an Oddfellows Lodge from 1898 in Corsicana,
The Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery at the University of Dallas is located in the Art
History Building in the Art Village.
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is available throughout campus with reserved visitor spaces in front of the Haggerty