Southeast Campus Gallery

The Art Corridors Galleries

guests mingling and looking at artworks during an opening for an exhibit at the Art Corridors GalleriesThe Art Corridors Galleries at Southeast Campus are dedicated to presenting relevant and engaging exhibitions by established and emerging artists, curators, designers, and other creators.

The exhibition spaces also offer opportunities for faculty and students to explore, innovate, and exhibit their own artwork.

2023–2024 Exhibits & Events

See event details on this page:

Spring 2024

Fall 2023

Summer 2023


Spring 2024

Faculty, Staff & Students: Recent Works

Exhibit Details

  • Dates: February 12–March 22
  • Place: Art Corridor II Gallery
  • Opening Reception:
    • Date: Thursday, February 15
    • Time: 2–4 p.m.

About the Exhibit

The TCC Southeast Art Corridor Gallery is proud to present this group exhibition featuring the work of current art faculty, staff, and students.

These artists work in a variety of media, such as:

  • Oil
  • Acrylic
  • Pencil
  • Encaustic
  • Ceramics
  • Video

Each artist explores their own personal theme using the medium that best expresses their artistic intent.


Fall 2023

Paper Works

This is a group exhibition featuring works by these artists:

  • Christen Humphries
  • Bonny Leibowitz
  • David Willburn 

Select each image below to see the full-size photo of the artwork (full-size artwork images will open in a new window).

grayscale work on paper featuring a large black bird among a tangle of branches
Under Boughs Bones by Christen Humphries
3-dimensional wall piece made of reconstructed paper and other materials
Un-Dress by Bonny Leibowitz
collage of brightly colored squares, rectangles, and arching lines on top of a yellow textured gris pattern
Not Your Amarillo by David Willburn 

Exhibit Details

  • Dates: October 16–December 1
  • Place: Art Corridor II Gallery
  • Opening Reception:
    • Date: Thursday, October 19
    • Time: 2–4 p.m.
    • Artist Talk: 2:15 p.m.

About the Exhibit

Each artist brings something personal and authentic to this visual conversation. They engage thoughtfully with their materials and at the same time offer insight into their personal experiences and landscapes. 

Christen Humphries uses paper as a traditional support for her nature-themed drawings. She uses a range of media—graphite, gouache, and/or watercolor.

Bonny Leibowitz creates 3-dimensional objects that occupy and command the space surrounding them. As Leibowitz says, “I like to think of my work as fragments of a blown apart reality, reconstructed into a landscape—both physical and internal—where forms collide and conjoin in myriad nuance and potential.”

David Willburn injects meaning into the mundane and creates work that can hint at whimsy. As Wilburn states, “My canvases, panels, and works on paper hold small collections of images, colors, materials, and objects, and there is serenity in that.”  


John Neal Phillips: Lower Pecos Canyonlands Archaeological Area

Photo of John Neal Phillips, holding his camera and standing in a South Texas cliff alcove
John Neal Phillips in South Texas

Exhibit Details

  • Dates: August 21–September 29
  • Place: Art Corridor II Gallery
  • Opening Reception:
    • Date: Thursday, September  7
    • Time: 2–4 p.m.
    • Artist Talk: 2:15 p.m.

About the Exhibit

This solo exhibition features the photographs of John Neal Phillips, a TCC Southeast professor.

Professor Phillips spent the Spring 2022 semester researching and photographing select archaeological sites in South Texas. This region is home to thousands of examples of ancient pictographs and petroglyphs, some dating to 4,000 BCE.


Summer 2023

Emma Valenzuela: Together

aerial view of a bicycle on a sunny sidewalk with its shadow cast on the concrete
Bicycle, painting by Emma Valenzuela

Exhibit Details

  • Dates: June 12–July 13
  • Place: Art Corridor I
  • Opening Reception:
    • New Date: Thursday, June 15
    • Time: 5–7 p.m.
    • Artist Talk: 5:15 p.m.

About the Exhibit

This solo exhibition features the paintings of Emma Valenzuela, a current TCC Southeast art student.

Her work explores themes such as her Mexican heritage, religion, and family.



Past Exhibitions

Visit Southeast Visual Arts 

See art from our faculty, staff, students as well as guest artists.



The Art Corridor Galleries

Penelope Bisbee, Instructional Assistant & Gallery Coordinator

Updated February 06, 2024