Rex Koontz

Director at University of Houston

Location:
5019 Calhoun Street, Townhouse #2, Houston, Texas, United States
Company:
University of Houston
HQ Phone:
(713) 221-8000
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Last Updated 8/3/2017

General Information

Employment History

Department of Art  - Yahoo! Inc.

Department of Art  - biz.yahoo.com

Education

PhD  - 

PhD  - Univ. of Houston

Web References  

Lamar University Press - News

Rex Koontz, director of the school of art at the University of Houston, will present the lecture, "The Intertwined Artistic Destinies of Texas and Mexico: The Greater Texas and Panamerican Exposition of 1937 in Dallas," 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the Dishman Lecture Hall.
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Lamar University Press - Koontz to lecture on Texas, Mexico links

Rex Koontz, director of the school of art at the University of Houston, will present the lecture, "The Intertwined Artistic Destinies of Texas and Mexico: The Greater Texas and Panamerican Exposition of 1937 in Dallas," 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the Dishman Lecture Hall.
"Koontz's talk is going to be about early Texas artists who are interested in arts from Mexico and other Mesoamerican locations," Stephanie Chadwick, LU assistant professor of art history, said. Koontz will discuss how both expositions are building on an idea of highlighting Texas artists and looking toward connection with Mesoamerican art. Koontz will discuss 20th century Texas artists Jerry Bywaters, Everett Spruce, Alexander Hogue, Toni LaSelle and Robert Preusser, as well as Mexican artists Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros. Koontz will present examples of the Texas artists' work from the 1937 Texas and Panamerican exposition.

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Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts › Events

Moderated by Blaffer Director and Chief Curator Claudia Schmuckli, this talk features guest panelists Fredericka Hunter, Director of Texas Gallery; Rex Koontz, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Houston; Mary Leclre, Associate Director of the Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and Katrina Moorhead, artist.

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