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Jackelyn Cordova

portfolio: https://jackelyncordova.weebly.com/
3123 Cove Hollow Ct. (832) 806-8260
Norman, Oklahoma, 73072 jackelyn.r.cordova@gmail.com

EDUCATION
Texas A& M University, College Station, Texas August 2019 – Present
 Master of Science in Visualization
 3.53 GPA
University of Houston, Houston, Texas August 2015 - May 2019
 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting with a Minor in Art History
 3.85 GPA
HONORS
Lechner Scholarship
 Competitive scholarship awarded based on academic and c-curricular achievement.
Academic Excellence Scholarship
 Exhibit academic achievement in a college-preparatory environment.
Flaxman Endowed Art Scholarship
 Scholarship awarded to fine art block participants with high recognition.
Dean’s List – University of Houston
 Maintained a GPA of at least 3.75

WORK EXPERIENCE
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas January 2020- Present
Teaching Assistant
 Assisting a professor in handling coursework material
 Communicating with students in regards to their work

BHG Printing, Cypress, Texas June 2018 – August 2018


Art and Design intern
 Developed custom designs at client’s requests.
 Communicated with other artists and clients for design work.
 Trained for developing files formatted for production in different printmaking processes.
 Assisted in production of designs to be printed on T-shirts, banners, and vehicle wraps.

ACTIVITIES
East Austin Studio Tour – Art Start Art November 2019
Group Exhibition
 Chosen as featured artist in a group show of artists on the Art Start Art platform.

William R Jenkins Architecture & Art Library May- August 2018


Solo Exhibition
 Chosen as featured summer artist whose work was featured in areas of high foot-traffic.
Blaffer Art Museum April 2018
Student Show
 Displayed a selection of artistic works in commemoration of completing the Painting Block Program.
Bi-Annual BAMFSA Art Show March 2018
Participant
 Displayed and sold art work in the student run show for the Blaffer Art Museum.
National Women’s Conference November 2017
Exhibition
 Artistic work chosen by National Women’s Conference curator to be displayed during conference.
Brasil Café, Houston May- June 2017
Project Exhibition
 Chosen to have multiple artistic works featured

SKILLS
 Experience with Illustrator, Photoshop, Procreate, ZBrush and Maya.
 Familiar with Python, C++, OpenGL and OSL.
 Fluent in both English and Spanish