NACOGDOCHES, Texas – The Stephen F. Austin State University School of Art will host the SFA Art Alliance 2021 Spring Show digitally this year, and the exhibition can be viewed at www.sfaart.weebly.com.
Selected entries can be viewed on the main monitor in the Art Building with 36 pieces selected for the show from more than 200 entries by SFA students. The show is open to all students.
Winners included Weelynd McMullan, art major from Nacogdoches, for “Bartholomew,” first place; Kate Tenenbaum, interior design major from Austin, for “Coming Apart,” second place; and Koi Johnson, theatre major from Waco with an additional major in art, for “Release What no Longer Serves” and Samuel Johnson, mass communication major from Nacogdoches, for “Faces,” both in third place.
Serving as juror for the show was Heyd Fontenot, director of the San Antonio nonprofit art center Sala Diaz. He is a former artist resident of Tulsa Artist Fellowship and a former director of CentralTrak in Dallas. He is a Dallas Museum of Art Dozier Travel Grant recipient, a Mastermind Award recipient from the Dallas Observer and was named one of the Observer’s top 100 Dallas Creatives in 2014. He is represented by the Conduit Gallery, Dallas’ premier contemporary art gallery.
For more information about the SFA Art Alliance, call the School of Art at (936) 468-4804.