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Houston multimedia exhibit features past, current Vizzers

Multimedia exhibit in Houston to feature past, current Vizzers

posted February 25, 2015
Art informed or inspired by science and created by current students and recent graduates from Texas A&M’s Department of Visualization will be on exhibit in “Supernova,” scheduled March 27 – May 9 at Fresh Arts, 2101 Winter St., Studio B11 in Houston.
Former student’s startup creating mobile virtual reality application

Former student’s startup creating virtual reality app

posted February 16, 2015
Virtual reality will transform every industry over the next decade or two, according to the CEO of a group investing in a VR startup co-founded by former student Chris Wheeler, who earned a Master of Science in Visualization degree at Texas A&M in 2009.
Artist's work explores how built environment influences feelings

Art exhibit explores built environment's effect on feelings

posted February 12, 2015
Austin-based artist Jennifer Chenoweth explores how architectural design influences feelings in “You Are Here,” an exhibit showcasing her drawings, paintings and sculpture Feb. 13 – March 12 in the College of Architecture's Wright Gallery.
Viz students earn scholarships from Sony Pictures Imageworks

Viz students earn scholarships from Sony Imageworks

posted February 9, 2015
Selected from the nation’s most promising students pursuing careers in animation and digital visual effects, two graduate Texas A&M visualization majors earned $15,000 scholarships from Sony Pictures Imageworks, a leading digital animation studio.
Visualization prof’s art displayed in Houston gallery through Feb. 7

Viz prof’s art displayed in Houston gallery through Feb. 7

posted January 26, 2015
Gallery goers became percussionists at “Symphonic Infinitum,” an interactive exhibit of circular, hybrid objects created by multimedia artist Sherman Finch, assistant professor of visualization, at post-studio projects in Houston in early 2015.
Wright Gallery showcases sculptor Wells Mason's postminimalist art

Postminimalist art highlights Wright Gallery exhibition

posted January 12, 2015
The work of American designer and sculptor Wells Mason, whose Postminimalist art, with clean lines and simple forms, often comment on a particular idea or moment in time, will be on exhibit Jan. 14 – Feb. 11 in the College of Architecture’s Wright Gallery.
‘Mystery of Art’ exhibits features college prof’s art at Wright Gallery

Wright Gallery show explores ‘Mystery of Art’ through Dec. 20

posted November 14, 2014
“Mystery of Art,” an exhibit featuring drawings and paintings by Russell Reid ‘89, runs through Dec. 20 at the Wright Gallery on the second floor of building A in the Langford Architecture Center. A reception for Reid will be held at the gallery 5 – 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18.
Students sketch portrayals of 19th century Native American history

Students sketch portrayals of Native American history

posted November 11, 2014
Students in a fall 2014 figure drawing class led by Robert Schiffhauer, associate professor of architecture, created sketches from reenactments in a dark period of 19th century Native American life.
Students push boundaries of design in spring 2014 studio

Studio concepts push design boundaries

posted November 11, 2014
Texas A&M environmental design students pushed beyond the boundaries of traditional design, digitally formulating objects aimed at reconceptualizing building forms in a spring 2014 studio led by Gabriel Esquivel, Texas A&M associate professor of architecture.
Wright Gallery '14-15 exhibitions showcase seven acclaimed artists

Wright Gallery 2014-15 lineup features seven noted artists

posted November 10, 2014
Exhibits showcasing a the work of seven accomplished artists will run through spring 2015 at the College of Architecture’s Wright Gallery, located on the second floor of Langford Building A at Texas A&M University's College Station campus.
Wright Gallery exhibit depicts effects of domestic violence

Domestic violence’s effects exhibited in Wright Gallery

posted October 9, 2014
Artist Earnie Sherow uses images of domestic violence to spark debate and promote domestic tranquility in “Spoiled and Unspoiled,” an exhibit running Oct. 13 – Nov. 12, 2014 in the Wright Gallery at the Texas A&M College of Architecture.
Grad vizzers craft short films under DreamWorks’ guidance

Grad vizzers create films with guidance from DreamWorks

posted September 9, 2014
Three animated films, each portraying a 30-second tale about a robot, were created this summer by graduate visualization students at Texas A&M with guidance on the latest digital techniques from artists at DreamWorks Animation.
Artist transforms refuse into critique of consumer culture

Refuse recycled in artist’s critique of consumer culture

posted September 9, 2014
Austin visual artist Virginia Fleck’s critique of what she calls “our consumerist society,” presented in a series of circular mandalas created from plastic shopping bags and product packaging material, will be on exhibit Sept. 1 – Oct. 15 in the Wright Gallery.
Viz department showcased at global graphics conference

Viz department work showcased at global graphics conference

posted August 11, 2014
Students and faculty at Texas A&M’s Department of Visualization were well represented at SIGGRAPH 2014, the globe’s premier computer graphics conference, attended annually by thousands of industry professionals throughout the world.
Design students rethink doors in spring ’14 design-build project

Design students rethink doors in design-build project

posted August 11, 2014
One of the most common objects in everyday life, the door, was reimagined by second-year Texas A&M environmental design students in a spring 2014 design-build project.