UNT on the Square
CURRENTno current events
A faulty exhibition for the artists working in the College of Visual Arts and Design.
An exhibition of works by Susan Cheal.
An exhibition of images of acclaimed photographer Joe “The Hillbilly Snapshooter” Clark and his son Junebug featuring the people and landscapes of Cumberland Gap, in...Read More
An exhibition of art by Denton ISD students, including two pieces from each of the district’s 34 schools.
An exhibition of photography by Velibor Božović, created in collaboration with writer Aleksandar Hemon (this year’s UNT Artist-in-Residence) for the book “The Lazarus Project”–a National...Read More
A retrospective of paintings made by artist and UNT studio art professor Vincent Falsetta over several decades–from early, meticulous acrylic paintings (1970s through mid-1990s) to...Read More
Longtime favorite Jessup moves away from figuration toward abstraction in these four new monumental paintings.
Horsey photographs from the UNT library’s special collections. It’s a multi-million dollar industry!
Smith will discuss her residency, her work, and the exhibition currently on view in Denton.
UNT’s artist-in-residence and international art star Kiki Smith presents an exhibition of work completed at her residency.
Presented for the first time in two venues, the Annual Faculty and Staff Exhibition showcases artworks in all media by the artists working in the...Read More
When/Where: Nov. 8 to 23 at UNT on the Square, 109 N. Elm St., Denton. Hours are 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5...Read More
By day, they’re construction managers, academic advisors, professors, IT managers, administrative assistants and librarians. But in their spare time, many University of North Texas faculty...Read More
Art works from early faculty members who provided the foundation for UNT’s award-winning art programs, beginning with a drawing class around 1893 at what was...Read More
UNT communication design alumni since 1947 juried by Patrick Coyne, editor and creative director of Communication Arts magazine.
Works by “the dean of Texas painters” gathered from a collaboration of Texas history orgs: The Torch Collection, the Harry Ransom Center, the Panhandle Plains...Read More