Art Exhibitions

Art Exhibitions Archive

In addition to the offerings of the Haggerty Gallery, exhibitions are held throughout the year in a variety of locations such as the Upper Gallery and Thompson Loggia in the Haggerty Art Village. These exhibitions are often part of visiting artist programming throughout the department.

 

Alumni Ceramic Exhibition

Alumni Ceramic Exhibition

 

Ruth Callahan

Ruth Callahan

 

Mario Kiran

Mario Kiran

 

John Adelman

John Adelman

 

 Landscape Affected

Landscape Affected

 

Joseph Lappie

Joseph Lappie

 

 Water Filter Exhibition

Water Filter

 

Gruene Texas Clay Festival 2002

Gruene Texas Clay Festival

 

 Barbara Curtsinger

Barbara Curtsinger

 

NCECA 1998

NCECA

 

Alumni Show 1998

Alumni Show 1998

 

Harding Black

Harding Black

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