UTEP Department of Art (DoART)
DoART'S, Julyet Carrillo (BFA in Art Printmaking, Painting) for being selected for the Fall 2023 Smithsonian Latino Museum Studies Program Undergraduate Internship, Washington D.C.
DoART'S, Camila Abbud (BA in Art Graphic Design/Painting, Anthropology), Itayecxi Alvarez (BA Double Major Art History and Anthropology, Museum Studies), Ramon Cardenas (BA in Art History, Museum Studies), Sara Isasi (BA in Art Graphic Design, Communication Studies), Lesley Ordaz (BFA in Art Painting, Drawing) for being selected for the Fall 2022 Smithsonian Latino Museum Studies Program Undergraduate Internship, Washington D.C.
DoART'S, Andrea Torres (BA 2020 Double Major Art History and Painting) for being selected for a six-month art conservation internship at the Chinati Foundation.
DoART'S, Alex Arrioja (BFA 2020 Metals/Graphic Design) for being named as a 2021 WIndgate-Lamar Fellow. https://www.centerforcraft.org
DoART'S, Anne Giangiulio's SP20 ARTG 2326 Graphic Design 2 Class for its inclusion in the 5/25/2020 Daily Heller Design Blog https://www.printmag.com/design-education/the-daily-heller-memorial-day-texas-style/
DoART'S, Amy Briones (BA 2017 Graphic Design/Museum Studies) for winning the Texas Association of Museum's Mitchell A. Wilder Publication Design Award for her 2019 publicity poster for the Uncaged Art exhibition at UTEP's Centennial Museum
DoART'S, Anne Giangiulio's SP19 ARTG 3326 Graphic Design 4: Typography Course students Jacobo De La Rosa for his logo and to both Jacobo and Briana Rivera on their trifold layout design which is being currently used by the Texas RioGrande Legal Aid’s Nuestra Voz / Our Voice campaign. This campaign is funded by the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund to educate about sexual assault in the workplace. Thousands have now been printed. Great design for a great cause!
DoART'S, Paloma Martinez (BA 2018 Art History/Painting) for her acceptance into Cornell University's MFA program with full scholarship funding.
DoART'S, Troy Michie (BFA 2009 Painting/Drawing) for his inclusion in the upcoming Whitney Biennial 2019.
DoART'S, Anabel Najera (BFA Ceramics/Painting) for her awarded EPMA Lab Exhibition and artist's talk on 1/17/19.
DoART'S, Denisse Oretga (BFA Graphic Design/Sculpture) for her jury chosen and completed sculpture for the new Rim Road and Hague roundabout. UTEP Newsfeed
DoART'S, Bernardo Garcia Valencia (BA Graphic Design/Art History) for his awarded internship at the Guggenheim.
DoART'S, Paloma Vianey Martinez (BA Art History/Painting) and Victor Hurtado (BA Art History/National Security Studies) as being recognized and honored as 2 of UTEP's Top Ten Graduating Seniors for Spring 2018.
DoART'S, Jessica Perez, Julieta Murga, Hiram Jarquin, and Sara Sarmiento for having work accepted for the International Poster Biennial, Mexico.
DoART'S, Antonio Castro's SP18 ARTG 4316 Graphic Design 6: Practicum Course for having all four poster campaigns chosen by Sun Metro to entice new ridership. Sun Metro was so impressed with the work done by our students that they decided to publish all of the posters, and we will soon see them adorn the bus shelters around the city.
Team 1/Idioms Campaign: Yoly Cortez, Luis Chavez, Berenice Varela, Annette Garcia
About the Department of Art
Situated on the U.S. – Mexico border, UTEP serves the greater El Paso/Juarez metropolitan area, a population of over 2.5 million. This unique setting is an ideal environment bringing students together from both cultures to explore and expand their aesthetic approaches and interests through the universal language of the visual arts.
The Department of Art offers a comprehensive program in the visual arts. We award the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees. Students pursuing an art career may choose to major in any of the following areas: art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, graphic design, metals, painting, printmaking and sculpture. Non-art majors can minor in any of the above areas (except art education) plus art history and museum studies.
The Department of Art is located in the Fox Fine Arts Center on the campus of The University of Texas at El Paso. The Department occupies four floors of the Fox Fine Arts Center, a 215,000 square-foot-facility, with 30 studios, galleries and classrooms totaling 65,780 square feet.
An essential part of our program is an active and dynamic visiting artists series. Some of the recent visiting artists are Michael Schwab, Everett Hoffman, Alice E Drueding, Joe Scorsone, Ana Lopez, Bestabee Romero, Craig Frazier, Steven Randall, Kerianne Quick, Zeke Péna, Gerald Davis and Kee-ho Yuen.
The department operates the Glass Gallery on the third floor of Fox Fine Arts Center, and maintains studios in the following areas: ceramics, drawing, graphic design, metals, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts offers rotating exhibitions in contemporary art. This website is an extension of our department, with an overview of our courses, faculty profiles, facilities, activities, galleries, calendar and much more.Contact us and become a friend of the UTEP Department of Art on Facebook and learn the latest news!