Kate Colin lives and works in Denton. Her abstract work stems from an interest in unpredictable and systematic processes. Colin’s current work explores the complexity of the conception of hyperbolic structures depicted on two-dimensional planes. She earned her MFA from University of Dallas and obtained her BFA from University of North Texas. Colin began teaching at UNT in 2013, and she has experience teaching painting, drawing, figure drawing, as well as art history. She is a member at 500X Gallery in Dallas, where she continues to exhibit work.
Dr. Megan Morrissey joined the faculty of UNT in 2013 after completing her Ph.D. In Communication Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. Dr. Morrissey’s research interests exist at the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, and citizenship. Her scholarship and teaching uses a critical and rhetorical lens to theorize, understand, and deconstruct the ways identity categories, social hierarchies, and politics are discursively constructed and materially meaningful in people’s lives.