TCC Announces Spring Visual Arts Exhibits

FORT WORTH, Texas (Feb. 10, 2015) Tarrant County College is hosting a number of visual arts exhibits across the District this spring.
Former faculty member Eduardo Aguilar has two retrospective exhibits showing at the Lakeview Gallery at the Northwest Campus (4801 Marine Creek Parkway) and the Connections Gallery at the Trinity River Campus (300 Trinity Campus Circle). The exhibits, which run through Mar. 28, highlight Aguilar’s paintings, drawings and sculptures from four decades of artistry.
“The Idyllist” by Ryder Richards opens Mar. 5 at the Carillon Gallery at the Joe B. Rushing Center at the South Campus (5301 Campus Drive). The event, listed as one of the “Best Spring Arts Events 2015 in DFW” by, features Ryder Richards, who is known for creating ideas through art that challenge viewers to look at themselves and their relationships to the world differently.
The Southeast Campus, Art Corridor II (2100 Southeast Parkway, Arlington), will host “IPSEITY,” an exhibit with works by Alison Jardine and Liz Trosper from Mar. 19 through Apr. 19. Jardine creates her work with camera, computer and film and explores memory, absence and visual experiences using the motif of light. Trosper’s art emphasizes the hand and incorporates drawing, painting and digital media.

Visual Arts Events for TCC Spring 2015