C3 Visiting Artists

Through the C3 Visiting Artist Project, the Center for Creative Connections invites artists from a variety of disciplines to participate in the development and facilitation of educational programs and spaces at the Dallas Museum of Art. 

The C3 Visiting Artist Project application portal for 2019 is now closed.

Learn more about current, upcoming, and past C3 Visiting Artists below. If you have specific questions regarding the C3 Visiting Artist Project, please email C3@DMA.org

Current C3 Visiting Artist

Spencer Evans
May–August 2019

Spencer Evans received a BFA from the University of Missouri (2009) and an MFA from the University of Texas at Arlington (2017), where he currently works as an adjunct professor. Evans’s work contextualizes the relationship between the inner and outer selves as a response to their respective environment. His work is research-based but also rooted in his lived experiences. He uses both drawing and painting media to depict moments of tension.

His works have been displayed at various Dallas venues, including Conduit Gallery, George W. Bush Memorial Library and Museum, The Arthello Beck Junior Gallery, Brazos Gallery, and Bivins Gallery. His art has also appeared in shows at the Imago Gallery (Columbia, Missouri) and Sudan University School of Fine and Applied Art (Khartoum, Sudan), as well as in the pages of Arts and Culture, Patron, and BookForum. Evans’s awards and honors include the James S. Barnett Jr. Foundation Ideas in Art Award and 2x Dorothy Aderholt Memorial Scholarship. The McDowell International Research Travel Grant and Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas Grant have both supported his work.

Recent C3 Visiting Artists

Karla Garcia
January
April 2019

Karla Garcia is currently an MFA candidate in Studio Art at the University of North Texas. Garcia's work explores the concept of memory through materials such as clay, glass, and corn husks. She uses digital fabrication techniques and processes to create works that spark conversation about culture through the lens of personal family history. Garcia is originally from the border city of Juarez, Mexico. She received her BA from the Unviersity of Texas at El Paso in 2001 and has an Art Museum Education Certificate from the University of North Texas (UNT). She has exhibited work at both the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University.

 

Previous C3 Visiting Artists

2018 JanuaryApril: Timothy Harding
2018 May
August: Ellie Ivanova
2018 September-December: Lauren Cross

2017 January–March: Janeil Engelstad
2017 April–June: Christopher Blay
2017 July–September: Lisa Huffaker

2017 October–December: xtine burrough and Sabrina Starnaman