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COVID-19 era's effects related in artworks by students, faculty

COVID-19 era's effects related in artworks by students, faculty

posted Mon, 22 Feb 2021
College students and faculty showed how the pandemic is affecting them in a virtual exhibit hosted by the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research.
Redefining gender roles: challenging stereotypes and bias through art

Redefining gender roles: challenging stereotypes and bias through art

posted Fri, 05 Feb 2021
Through her paintings, Texas A&M Visualization associate professor Felice House challenges traditional gender roles.
Texas A&M Vizzer helps bring Pixar’s “Soul” to life

Texas A&M Vizzer helps bring Pixar’s “Soul” to life

posted Mon, 25 Jan 2021
A former Texas A&M University visualization student, Cheyenne Chapel ’19, was one of Pixar Animation Studios’ artists who helped bring its most recent 3-D animated feature, “Soul,” to life.
Former Visualization department head hits the ground running with VFX fellowship

Former Visualization department head hits the ground running with VFX fellowship

posted Wed, 20 Jan 2021
Associate professor of visualization Tim McLaughlin is learning about next-generation virtual production tools as a member of the Epic Games Unreal Fellowship.