Buddy Holly Center to feature artwork of Tech student - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Buddy Holly Center to feature artwork of Tech student

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -
The Buddy Holly Center is bringing a new exhibition to the Fine Art Gallery featuring Texas Tech graduate student Zach Tate. Tate, who is in his last semester of art school will display Political Discourse, works in clay. The exhibition will be on display March 22nd through April 21st. 

Originally from Missouri, Tate received his BFA in Ceramics from Missouri State University in Springfield in 2008. Tate has taken several opportunities to travel and work in the ceramic field. He has been a resident artist and technician at several art centers in the U.S., Asia and Europe.

Tate has been in numerous national and international exhibitions and continues to be a contributing writer for several publications including Ceramics Technical, Studio Potter, and The Log Book. In the summer of 2012, he co-organized the 2012 International Wood-fired Landscape Symposium in Göteborg, Sweden. This symposium brought together 11 artists to create work, fire kilns, lecture and exhibit the work that was created in those four weeks. Tate's interest in the ceramic medium lies, not only with the expressive qualities of clay, but with the community that is inherently ceramics.

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