Exhibition – Summer II Environmental Art Students, 2020

During the TAMU-CC Summer II term (meeting in a hybrid approach with students both online and in person with synchronous meeting during class time), Sculpture students focused on Environmental Art as they explored a variety of concepts and approaches related to resources, waste, and environmental consciousness with an emphasis on the idea of “No Waste – Plastic and Paper.”  Artistic responses to environmental sustainability and related social issues yielded artworks including representational bugs, kinetic movement, and almost invisible pathogens. 

Selected works from the Summer II Environmental Art Sculpture class are on display August 8 – October 2, 2020, in in the second floor gallery of the TAMU-CC Mary and Jeff Bell Library. This exhibition is titled No Waste: Paper and Plastic, 2020.

These artworks were created during a multi-level sculpture class of Environmental Art, Summer II 2020: ARTS 3304 Intermediate Sculpture and ARTS 4304 Advanced Sculpture with Associate Professor Leticia R. Bajuyo.

For more information about the artworks and the Environmental Art course, stop by the TAMU-CC Mary and Jeff Bell Library or email Leticia.Bajuyo@tamucc.edu.