UT VAC Fall starting lineup

The new Visual Arts Center at UT Austin has announced its premier lineup, a slew of shows scheduled to begin later this month, when the center opens its doors. Five exhibition spaces kick off with five new shows: an installation by LA artist Ry Rocklen; a sumi-ink party with Lucky Dragons, an experimental artist duo and music group, also from LA; 8 various artists deconstructing totality; a solo exhibition by Mexico-based artist Magali Lara; and "Unveiled," an exhibition composed of work from students and alumni from the Department of Art and Art History. And a partridge in a  pear tree.

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  1. Fort Worth is going to lose it’s Central Park. And if this was New York’s Central Park, we wouldn’t be losing it. But because we are ‘Fort Worth ‘ and bless our ignorant hearts…we don’t knows or understand that our ‘last stand of Redwoods’ is being logged…..hell let them have it…. and be grateful that it isn’t a fucking gas well being put there.
    Bunch of fucking nitwits.

  2. Fort Worth is going to lose it’s Central Park. And if this was New York’s Central Park, we wouldn’t be losing it. But because we are ‘Fort Worth ‘ and bless our ignorant hearts…we don’t knows or understand that our ‘last stand of Redwoods’ is being logged…..hell let them have it…. and be grateful that it isn’t a fucking gas well being put there.
    Bunch of fucking nitwits.

  3. … Right in front of the Kimbell which is also in front of The Modern!!…all parking lots currently…except for the John Peter Smith Oak tree….. maybe they could spare that. But no one is asking me.

    Therein (Thermin) lies the question, maybe bigger voices are required.

  4. … Right in front of the Kimbell which is also in front of The Modern!!…all parking lots currently…except for the John Peter Smith Oak tree….. maybe they could spare that. But no one is asking me.

    Therein (Thermin) lies the question, maybe bigger voices are required.

  5. Sorry for the late response. I have been in the Davis mountains, with no internet, or cell phone reception. As the title suggests, I feel that erecting a Renzo Piano building next to Louis Kahn’s masterpiece is tantamount to putting a McDonald’s in the spot. Way overrated. The Kimbell has been successful because of its idyllic setting, and the new annex does not add anything but exhibition space to this, at great expense to the setting…

  6. Sorry for the late response. I have been in the Davis mountains, with no internet, or cell phone reception. As the title suggests, I feel that erecting a Renzo Piano building next to Louis Kahn’s masterpiece is tantamount to putting a McDonald’s in the spot. Way overrated. The Kimbell has been successful because of its idyllic setting, and the new annex does not add anything but exhibition space to this, at great expense to the setting…

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