Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum
An exhibition featuring the sculptures of Charles Umlauf.
In its third year, Last Straw Fest is a family-friendly festival featuring pumpkin carving, fall-themed family activities, food trucks, music, and more.
A show of works by the 2017 UMLAUF Prize winner, Austin photographer and recent UT MFA graduate Bucky Miller. This year’s prize was juried by CAMH...Read More
An exhibition of works created by Farrah Fawcett and Charles Umlauf. From 1965-1968, Fawcett studied with Umlauf at UT Austin.
An exhibition by 2016 UMLAUF Prize winner Elizabeth McClellan. In her work, McClellan explores processes of genetic modification and the possible future of skin decoration made possible by...Read More
A multimedia interactive exhibition recreating the studio of Charles Umlauf (1910-1994).
An exhibition of work by Jesús Moroles. This show pays tribute to the sculptor and shows the breadth of this work, including sculptures, drawings, and models.
A family fun fest featuring pumpkin carving, a haunted garden, sculpted scarecrows, and more. For info, go here.
An exhibition of site-specific works by UMLAUF Prize winners Ryan Hawk and Gracelee Lawrence.
The opening event for a limestone and glass orb by artist Damian Priour, now permanently installed in the sculpture garden.
An iconic, large-scale, polychrome fiberglass sculpture by legendary Texas artist Luis Jiménez (1940-2006), Sodbuster honors Saint Isidore of Seville–patron saint of farmers.
A talk by architect Lawrence Speck and artist Margo Sawyer. Speck designed the Umlauf’s museum & terrace in 1991, while Sawyer created the current site-specific...Read More
University of Texas’ pioneering art department faculty between 1938-1963 features work by artists David Adickes, Kelly Fearing, Kenneth Fiske, Seymour Fogel,Constance Forsyth, Michael Frary, John...Read More
Umlauf presents the first collective exhibition of more than two dozen important early Texas artworks from the collections of the University of Texas Blanton Museum,...Read More
Check out work spanning Woitena‘s entire career. You may recognize the artist’s work from his large sculpture outside of Terminal E at Bush Intercontinental Airport...Read More