TASA ONE FOOT EXHIBITION 2013 and TASA ONE FOOT STUDENT EXHIBITION 2013: Houston – Lone Star College Kingwood
About the Show
Every year at the TASA Annual Conference each spring, conference attendees are invited to particapte in the TASA One Foot Exhibition and the TASA One Foot Student Exhibition. As TASA’s One Foot Exhibition ’s title indicates, submissions
for this show must be
limited to one square foot, and submissions
can be 2-D or 3-D.
The 2013 exhibition was held at LSC-Kingwood October 12th. 2013. The reception was that afternoon. The exhibition was publicized in the Houston area. Wade Wilson generously agreed to judge the student show and arrange for prizes.
TASA ONE FOOT EXHIBITION 2012 San Antonio – UTSA Blue Star Satellite Gallery
In 2012 the exhibition was held in the UTSA Blue Star Satellite Gallery located downtown in the Blue Star Art Complex. The exhibition opened on October 1, 2012 with receptions on October 4th, 5th (first Thursday/Friday events) and October 11th (TASA conference reception). On average the exhibitions at Blue Star has 3000 visitors to so exhibitors' work received major visibility in a major art complex visited by art enthusiastsfrom all over the world. This exhibition was paired with the TASAStudent Exhibition.
TASA ONE FOOT STUDENT EXHIBITION 2012 San Antonio – UTSA Blue Star Satellite Gallery
In 2012 the exhibition was held in the UTSA Blue Star Satellite Gallery located downtown in the Blue Star Art Complex. The exhibition opened on October 1, 2012 with receptions on October 4th, 5th (first Thursday/Friday events) and October 11th (TASA conference reception). On average the exhibitions at Blue Star has 3000 visitors to so exhibitors' work received major visibility in a major art complex visited by art enthusiastsfrom all over the world. This exhibition was paired with the TASAOne Foot Exhibition.
The TASA 2011 One Cube Foot Exhibition was held at the
East Fork Gallery in Ft. Worth on
Saturday, September 24th, 6:30-7:30 PM. The
Awards Juror was Heyd Fontenot,
Director of UTD CentralTrak, an Internationally recognized artist.
Best of Show Winner - Elizabeth Yaroz-Ash,
"Spiritus Sanctus #13," Mixed Media,
Midwestern State University
TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition was held at the
Amy Graves Ryan Fine Arts Gallery, McMurry University in
Abilene, Texas on March 5 - March 28, 2009. The awards juror was Francine Carraro, Executive Director, The
Grace Museum, Abilene.
Prize winners of the TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition 2009 were as follows:
Best of Show:
Spiritus Sanctus #13
Midwestern State University
Don't Dump Your Shit on Me!
Clayboard, Hydrocal, Pasta
Texas State University San Marcos
University of Texas at El Paso
Cock of the Week
Alabaster and Stainless Steel
Hardin Simmons University
Texas State University San Marcos
Against the Wind
Charcoal on Paper
Angelo State University
ARTICLE: One Cube Foot Exhibit Opens (2009)
One Cube Exhibition, Ryan Fine Arts Gallery, McMurry University, Abilene, Texas - Photo by Victoria Taylor-Gore
One Cube Foot is a new exhibition on display at the Ryan Fine Arts Gallery at McMurry University and features art from a variety of art instructors in Texa
By Suzanne McKeon Special to the Reporter-News
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
"Think outside the box" is an expression often heard in creative circles to encourage independent thinking.
This month, a number of creative talents will be thinking inside the box to show the world their various creative executions in a new exhibition called "One Cube Foot" at the Ryan Fine Arts Gallery at McMurry University (14th and Sayles).
It is in association with TASA -- the Texas Association of Schools of Art -- and features work from a variety of university art instructors from Texas who are also TASA members. Since 1994, TASA has invited its individual artist members to submit work to an annual exhibition held in conjunction with the organization's annual conference, itself held in a different Texas city every year with Abilene being the host city for the 2009 event. READ FULL ARTICLE>>>
There were 26 participants in the show the TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition 2008 in the Dishman Art Museum, Lamar University, April 4 - 17. The first place award went to Steve Hilton, the second place award went to Gary Washmon, the third place award went to Stephanie Frideres, and honorable metions went to Fred Spaulding, Jene T. Laman, Robbie Barber, and Brian Row. The judges for the One Square Cube Show 2008 were: Lynn P. Castle, Executive Director, and Ray Daniels, Curator, of the Art Museum of Southeast Texas.
Arthur Polendo, "Hotel California," Mixed media, 2007 -
Honorable Mention in the 2007 TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition
There were over 15 participating artists in the 2007 TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition in the J. Conrad Dunagan Library Foyer at the University of Texas , Permian Basin . TASA members enjoyed a lunch reception with the show. The juror was the conference keynote speaker, Nathan Orosco. His selection for first place went to Leighton McWilliams from UT-Arlington for his mixed media assemblage titled "Bodyscan/Dice," "Body Dice."
Sanford generously donated the first place prize of a 136 count Prismacolor Pencil set. An Honorable Mention went to Fred Spaulding from UTPA for his bronze sculpture titled "Clay Calling (Bronze)." Another Honorable Mention was awarded to Arthur Polendo for his mixed media piece titled "Hotel California." Sanford also provided assorted pastel sets as the prizes for the Honorable Mentions.
Elizabeth Yarosa-Ash, Instructions, mixed media, 2006 - participant in the TASA 2006 One Square Cube Show
Paris Je Suis Perdu (I am lost), by Chris Bergquist Fulmer, mixed media, 2005 - participant in the 2005 TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition
TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition 2005
In 2005, the TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition took place at the Brazos Gallery, Richland College in Dallas. Randall Garrett, Gallery Coordinator at the Brazos Gallery organized the TASA One Cube Foot Exhibition , that was on display from March 1 – April 1, 2005 and the closing lunch reception was Friday, April 1st from 11:30am-12:30pm. There were a large number of participants for this exhibition, and the work was diverse, dynamic, and inventive.
2005's exhibit featured twenty-three entries. Asel Art Supply and Sanford provided the awards. The exhibition was held at Richland College 's Brazos Gallery in conjunction with the annual 2005 TASA Conference in Dallas . The jurors were noted Dallas collectors Karol Howard and George Morton. The winners of the 2005 One Square Foot Exhibition were Chris Fulmer (5th Place), Cathie Tyler ( 4th Place ), Eddie Rawlinson ( 3rd Place ), Laurie Weller ( 2nd Place ), and Susan Moore (1st Place).