Three new exhibitions on display at Harvey Art Gallery

Displays include senior students Mitchell and Reyes

Three new exhibitions on display at Harvey Art Gallery

Three new exhibitions are open in the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery. The work of graphic designer Alice Lee is on display in the main gallery with the art of senior students Brittany Mitchell and Kerrigan Reyes in the pit and foyer galleries.

Lee is a graphic designer, researcher, and educator. Her research interests include alphabetic systems, concepts of interconnectedness, and the impacts of cultural imperialism. She collaborates with cultural and educational organizations as a designer, creative director, and visual consultant. She received her bachelor’s from Yale University and her Master of Design from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She serves as Associate Professor of Communication Design and Graduate Co-Advisor of the MFA program at Texas State University.

As a second-generation Korean-American, she grew up speaking two languages and navigating two different, and at many times 

Mitchell's exhibition art

opposing, cultures. This experience influenced her over-arching interest in the dynamics of language and culture. Her research focuses on language and alphabetic systems, primarily Korean and English.

Mitchell’s exhibition is titled “Defying Life’s Misfortunes.” Reyes’ exhibition is “The Devout Seductiveness of Death.”

The exhibitions will be on display through Friday, Nov. 4. Hours for the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery are 8 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Admission is free. Call 940-397-4264 for more information.