- Full-Time Faculty:
- Annie Labatt
- Christie Blizard
- Constance Lowe
- Dennis Olsen
- Garry Graybill
- Gregory Elliott
- Judith Berg Sobre
- Julie Johnson
- Juliet Wiersema
- Ken Little
- Kent Rush
- Kristy Masten
- Libby Rowe
- Mark McCoin
- Meredith Dean
- Ovidio Giberga
- Richard Armendariz
- Ron Binks
- Sara Frantz
- Scott Sherer
- Teresa Eckmann
- Jayne Lawrence
Education and Training
PhD, Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (2002)
MA, Art History, University of Kentucky (1993)
BA, Architecture, Yale University (1987)
Modern and postmodern visual art, performance, literature, and intellectual history; Curatorial practices; Histories of civil rights, sexuality, and gender; Theoretical and lived constructions of space; Historiography and the social and cultural roles of institutions
Dr. Scott A. Sherer’s interdisciplinary background contributes to his positions as Associate Professor of Art History and Director, UTSA Main Art Gallery and Satellite Space. Sherer earned a BA in Architecture from Yale University, a MA in Art History, from the University of Kentucky, and a PhD in Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society from the Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota. Sherer teaches a range of courses and seminars in modern and contemporary art, and he organizes exhibits and programs with local, regional, national, and international artists. His research continues philosophical and artistic traditions that examine the inherent conceptual distance and opportunities between lived sensory experience and artistic representations.
“Seminar in Research Methods and Writing”
“Embodiment and Representation”
“Survey of Modern Art”
“Cultural Difference and Postmodern Critique”
“Art Gallery and Museum Internship”
Select recent projects
Alien Contexts: Mexico and the US (Fernando Brito, Alejandro Cartagena, Mayra Martell, David Taylor, Anne Wallace), exhibition curator, UTSA Art Gallery, San Antonio, September-November, 2012.
Intense Concentration, (Janet Chaffee, Judith Cottrell, Kris Jones, Darice Polo, Albert Wong, Daniel Zeller, Hong Chun Zhang), exhibition curator, UTSA Art Gallery, San Antonio, January-February, 2010.
“Drawing and Disorder: The Work of Heimo Wallner,” in Zwischen Nordlicht und Alpenglühen (Between Northern and Alpenglow), exhibition catalogue, (Brunsbüttel and Lübeck, Germany: City Gallery in the Elbe Forum Brunsbüttel and the Culture Forum Castle Monastery Lübeck, May 2009).
“Remains: Smithson’s Partially Buried Woodshed after 35 Years,” Ephemera, special issue Thresholds 31 (Spring 2006): 56-63; [ISSN: 1091-711X].
“Imagination and Cultural Criticism in the Work of David Wojnarowicz,” Human Creation Between Reality and Illusion, special issue Analecta Husserliana LXXXII, (Lancaster, England: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2005): 233-242.