CELINE LASSUS


b. 1999, Tampa, FL. Lives and works in Austin, TX.

 

EDUCATION


2021

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Studio Art — The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX


EXHIBITIONS


2021
The Space in Between, juried exhibition, Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX, (Juror: Rachel Stuckey, Director, Women & Their Work)

2021
Tangibles, A Research Week Exhibition, Halls + Walls Gallery, Austin, TX

2021
The Future Belongs to You!, Mexican American Culture Committee - University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

2021
Hear and Now, TEDx UTAustin and Center Space Project, Austin, TX

2020
Sculpture Exhibition, Halls + Walls Gallery, Virtual

2020
Research Week Exhibition, Halls + Walls Gallery, Virtual

2019
Show of Gratitude, Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX

2018
DEATH2GAYDAR, Fine Arts Library — University of Texas at Austin, Austin,  TX

2018
It’s not a home, It’s a house, Virtual

AWARDS

2021
Juror’s Distinction, Visual Arts Center, Austin, TX

2020
Joan W. and J. Cecil Rhodes Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2021
Video Production Intern, Society for the Preservation of Texas Music, Austin, TX

2020 – 2021
Creative Technologist, Good Mirrors Aren't Cheap, Brooklyn, NY

2019

Videographer, School of Design and Creative Technologies — University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX


PERFORMANCES

2021
JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS: A CAUTIONARY TALE OF DISMISSING THE THINGS TEEN GIRLS LOVE, The Museum of Human Achievement, Austin, TX

PUBLICATIONS as AUTHOR


The Comment Section, Center Space Project Spring 2021 Creative Journal. June 24, 2021. 14-15.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Sabrina LeBoeuf, “Art from your car: 'Hear and Now' takes over parking garage in West Campus,” Austin American-Statesman. March 5, 2021.

Anh Vu, “Hear and Now – TEDxUTAustin Exhibition Catalogue,” Center Space Project. March 5, 2021. 16.


Alexandra Mills, “Halls + Walls Sculpture Exhibition Review,” Alex Mills (blog). October 24, 2020.

A reimagined Expanded Media assignment during the pandemic examines wider process and politics of emoji,“ Department of Art and Art History - University of Texas at Austin. April 27, 2020.