The Courtyard Gallery at UT AT&T Executive Education Center
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An exhibition of artist Jared Steffensen’s translations of the movements, shapes, and forms of skateboarding into colorful abstract artworks.
A show of artist Jeff Williams’ experiments in transformation over time, including structures industrial in their materials yet organic in their destruction.
UT Photography professor Anna Collette’s latest photographs, made in the Onion Creek area near Austin, capture the staggering beauty of flood-damaged trees.
L.A.-based artist and poet Karri Paul is featured in Compose Project This Image, the summer exhibition at the Courtyard Gallery. Paul’s scroll-like pencil drawings are...Read More
Assistant Professor Sandra Fernandez, an Ecuadorian-American artist, is featured in Life Lines, the spring exhibition at the Courtyard Gallery. Fernández’s recent installations use hand stitching,...Read More
Michael Mogavero’s Four Letter Words, a series of eight oil paintings, are on display in The Courtyard Gallery beginning September 9. Katie Geha, who runs...Read More
Inspired by the four elements (earth, water, air and fire), Chenowethʼs flowing wall installation creates a topography which utilizes the entire length of the gallery...Read More
Glossaries from IKEA, West Elm, and Pottery Barn catalogues are the basis of Leslie Mutchler‘s new series of digital collages that explore the current use and...Read More
New oil paintings by Marilyn Key at Courtyard Gallery.
featuring digital and collage works on paper by UT College of Fine Arts Professor and Senior Associate Dean Kenneth Hale
UT Professor of Sculpture/Studio Art Margo Sawyer has created sculptural, site-specific works for the Courtyard Gallery. Sawyer recently created four works that integrated the art...Read More
Nan Wilson “paints large colorful watercolors of Texas Butterflies, which includes their life cycles from the egg through the adult and – most importantly –...Read More
Located on the 2nd level of the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, The Courtyard Gallery will exhibit three UT faculty and alumni exhibitions a...Read More