New Look: Selections from the University of Dallas Permanent Collection
To mark the 20th anniversary of the opening of the Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery, the
gallery will be exhibiting works from the University of Dallas Permanent Art Collection.
The collection began in the university earliest days, in the 1960s, with gifts from
friends of the university; including Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, the Stanley Marcus
Foundation, the Khan family, and Mr. and Mrs. Haggerty. The exhibition will include
recent acquisitions as well as old favorites.
On view from September 14th to October 11th, 2020.
Image: Robert Cardwell, Bumppo, 1975, oil on canvas, University of Dallas Permanent
Leticia Bajuyo Solo Exhibition
The Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery is proud to announce the upcoming solo exhibition
of Leticia Bajuyo in late October, 2020. Bajuyo has been invited to design, create,
and install a site-responsive disc-installation for the gallery. The initial designs
and sketches for the installation feature three horn forms connected to two or three
theremin but may change as ideas develop.
Known for her shiny discwork Bajuyo wows her audiences with her large-scale installations
and ability to closely connect and engage with communities through collections of
media and memories. Bajuyo is a Filipinx-American interdisiplinary artist, object
maker, and sculptor. She is also an arts educator who lives, works, and teaches in
Corpus Christi, Texas. We look forward to a rich exchange of ideas with her when Bajuyo
meets with our students in the Haggerty Art Village. Learn more about the artist by
visiting her website leticiabajuyo.com
On view from October 23, 2020 to January 26, 2021.
Image: Leticia Bajuyo, detail from Dual Wielding, 2014 - Tulsa, OK installation.