Three Artist Panel Discussion

Three Artist Panel Discussion


in association with the

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft


Three Artist Panel Discussion

featuring current Resident Artists at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Each of the artists will be allotted 10 minutes to give a short talk and slide show about their work. The talks will be followed by a Q & A session, in which audience members can submit written questions for the artists to answer.

This HMAG program is free and open to the public. Feel free to bring your friends and family!


Glassell School of Art

Freed Auditorium

5101 Montrose Boulevard, Houston, TX

(713) 639-7500



Friday, October 26th, 2012

7:00-9:00 PM


Tarina Frank


Tarina Frank is a Houston-based artist and certified high-school art teacher who works primarily in metals and paper. She began drawing and painting as a child when living and traveling on a 30-foot sail boat with her parents. She received her BFA from the University of Texas at Austin with a focus in metals and painting.


 Jaydan Moore

Jaydan Moore’s career began as an undergraduate student at California College of Arts, Oakland, where he earned his BFA in jewelry and metal arts. During his time there, he focused on the production of oil cans and their representation of craft and the Industrial Revolution. While studying at CCA, Jaydan worked as a machinist and bench jeweler for the high-end metal production company, Svartvik Metal Works.


 Robert Thomas Mullen

Originally from Freeburg, IL, Robert Thomas Mullen received his BFAs in metalsmithing and photography from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and a MFA in metalsmithing from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. This past summer, he worked as a studio technician at the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh and assisted Daniel DiCaprio at Penland School of Crafts.

For more information about The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and the Artist in Residency Program click here.