Arts in the Square, in collaboration with the Frisco Independent School District and Frisco Square, and with proceeds going to the Frisco Education Foundation and Frisco Family Services, announce the Jury Panel. Arts in the Square requires the support of city, education and the arts community to flourish. This perfect combination is reflected in the jury panel that will select the Best of Show, Juror’s Choice and winners in each category. With their investment of time and resources, the following individuals bring their full support to Arts in the Square:
Brett Dyer holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in painting and printmaking from The University of Texas at Tyler, and a Masters of Fine Arts degree in painting and intermedia arts from Texas Woman’s University in Denton. Brett currently lives and works in Dallas, where he exhibits locally and works as an art professor teaching courses at North Lake College. He also teaches private drawing and painting workshops at The Encaustic Center in Richardson, and has previously taught at El Centro College, Tarrant County College, and Collin College.
Victoria Estrada Berg DeCuir came to the UNT Art Gallery as Assistant Director in 2007 with experience working in contemporary galleries and museums in both curatorial and registration roles. At the College of Visual Arts and Design, DeCuir manages all aspects of exhibition logistics for two professional galleries, as well as management of three art collections. While at CVAD, DeCuir has taught as an Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Art History/Art Education and has worked as a freelance writer and critic. Her areas of research include: modern and contemporary
American and European art history, post-WWII British and American political and cultural history, and popular and
visual culture from 1968 to the present. DeCuir was born in Mexico City, D.F. and holds a BFA and MA in Art History from the University of North Texas.
Dudley Raymond, Planning and Business Development Manager for the City of Frisco’s Parks and Recreation
The event will be held March 28-29, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., each day, and offers free admission and parking.
For more information please visit www.friscosquare.com/AITS.
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