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June 2016

Pictorial: WFAA ID Launch Party – Crowdsourcing event at Hamon

Eva Hesse: review of the documentary

While travelling recently, I had a chance to attend a screening of the documentary film Eva Hesse, directed by Marcie Begleiter.  The film draws from the large collection of diary entries and letters written by Hesse, now housed at the… Continue Reading →

Collection Spotlight: Maria Ascarra papers

Maria Ascarra was an actress who performed in multiple productions around the United States. The principal material in this collection was collected during her prime performing years in New York City and elsewhere. The collection includes clippings, correspondence, ephemera, documents,… Continue Reading →

Georgia O’Keeffe: The Palo Duro Canyon and Santa Fe connection

In May, my husband and I took a road trip to celebrate our 25th anniversary. The first stop on the trip was the Palo Duro Canyon in the panhandle of Texas for a some hiking. While hiking, we were in… Continue Reading →

Semiconductors & Symbolism: Thomas Stell’s Ceramic Murals for Texas Instruments

At the recent annual meeting of the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art (CASETA) in Dallas this past May, Linda East received an award for her recent thesis on the ceramic works of Thomas M. Stell, Jr…. Continue Reading →

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