Core Program Video Screening “Extended Studio”
Video Screening “Extended Studio”
Presented in conjunction with the 2022 Core Exhibition
The screening program “Extended Studio” serves as a closing reception for the annual exhibition of work by residents in the Core Program. “Extended Studio” consists of video works by the 2021–2022 Core fellows and their extended network of artists.
Core Program events at the Glassell School of Art are open to the public, and admission is free. The screening takes place in Favrot Auditorium, with seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. The “2022 Core Exhibition” is on view in the Leslie and Brad Bucher Gallery and the Levant Foundation Gallery.
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About the Core Residency Program
Established in 1982, the Glassell School of Art’s Core Residency Program offers postgraduate residencies for art critics and visual artists.
The Core Program at the Glassell School of Art receives generous funding from The Joseph & Sylvia Slifka Foundation; The Powell Foundation; and The Glassell Family Foundation.
Core fellowships have been underwritten by Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Inc.; Anchorage Foundation of Texas; Mr. Brad Blume; Ms. Bettie Cartwright; Mr. and Mrs. Jamal H. Daniel; The Dickson-Allen Foundation; Mr. Ronald A. Logan; McClain Gallery; and The Arch and Stella Rowan Foundation, Inc.