Archive for March, 2015

Visiting Artist: Swedish Game Animator lecture by Markus Hammarstedt – Thursday 3/25 at 1:30


Thursday March 25th at 1:30 in the Fine Arts building. computer Lab 110, we will have Markus Hammarstedt, a well known international Swedish game animator. Who will talk about his animation work and how he got started in the game industry. He is currently the lead animator for Castle Wolfenstein  ‘Old Blood’. He has work for EA, Epic Game Studio, Massive, Ubisoft, Grin and many more. Just recently, he showed two game animations in the “Extra Lives” Exhibition at the Clyde H. Wells Fine Art Gallery. Everyone is invited to his lecture.

Happy Gaming:)

Knut LSG Hybinette

Photographing your artwork tips for scholarship submissions


Follow this link for a pretty clear guide about photographing your artwork.

Basic steps –

Make sure the light in the room is even and the flash is off.

If your work is lit with yellowish indoor incandescent bulbs, you should color correct your work in Photoshop.

Make sure your camera is directly in the center of the work to avoid distortion.

Crop the image in Photoshop to remove the background.

Save them image as a JPEG with 72 ppi and around 2000 pixels on the widest side.

Brown Bag Lecture: visiting artist Christopher Blay – Thursday 3/19 at 12:15

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The department of Fine Arts is pleased to announce a brown bag lecture on Thursday at 12:15 in the Fine Arts workshop theater, featuring North Texas artist Christopher Blay.  Christopher is also going to be the juror for the Juried Student Exhibition, opening next week.

Christopher Blay is a North Texas artist with a B.F.A. in photography from Texas Christian University. He founded the Group f8 photography collective in Fort Worth and works primarily as an installation artist, with an eye towards institutional critique.

Notable works include the NEA funded The Ark on Noah Street and Machine Time at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary

He has received awards including the 2013 Moss/Chumley Award from Southern Methodist University and the 2015 Masterminds Award from the Dallas Observer.

Tarleton Art and Digital Media spend spring break in New York City

The Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum

Call for entries – Annual TSU Student Exhibition, work turn in on March 18th


Call for Entries: 2nd Annual TSU Diversity Art Exhibition, Theme: Control




Call for Entries – TSU Scholarships – Images due by March 18th



This year we will be collecting work for the TSU Art/Digital Media scholarships a little differently than in year’s past.  This year, we will only accept digital images of work, no actual pieces please.  To learn how to take better pictures of your work, follow this link.  Please send your images in an attachment to  All entries must be turned in by the end of the day March 18th. You must meet the minimum requirements for TSU scholarship and fill out the scholarship application before any award can be given.