UT Austin ART Building
Austin, TX 78712
March 1 - 31, 2018
In her 1982 video work Leaving the 20th Century, Max Almy "uses stylized visuals, ironic humor, and sophisticated technology of her time to create an experimental three-part video that depicts her vision of the end of the twentieth century and a fictional world of the future."
An artist talk by UT’s Spring 2018 artist-in-residence, Trenton Doyle Hancock.
“Caitlin Halloran’s work uses associative color and serious play to mimic objectivity and hysteria. Her recent textiles and drawings toy with the viewer’s expectations of...Read More
To mark the opening of Ann Hamilton’s new large-scale installation O N E E V E R Y O N E in UT Austin’s Dell Medical School, the...Read More
Focus Group presents the award-winning Peruvian film Daughter of the Lake (Hija de la laguna) by Ernesto Cabellos Damián. About the film: “At the height...Read More
An open studio event featuring works by UT MFA candidates. Artists include: Hiba Ali / Transmedia Zachary Betts / Sculpture Laura Brown / Printmaking Chung-Liang...Read More
A lecture by New York City-based artist Jacqueline Humphries. The lecture will take place in Room 1.102.
A lecture by University of California, Santa Cruz professor Jennifer A. González. The lecture will take place in Room 2.204.
A lecture by Stanford University professor Wanda Corn. “Studying the clothes the painter left behind in her closets, this lecture will explore Georgia O’Keeffe’s use of...Read More
An artist talk by Peter Saul. Saul’s work is connected with Pop Art, Surrealism, and Expressionism.
Khaled Malas will lecture on two of his recent projects that “examine alternative narratives of modernities and its creative resistances.”
An artist talk by London-based sculptor Denise de Cordova. The artist describes herself as a”kind of Victorian Magic Realist” and creates tableaux that “use specific imagery...Read More
A lecture by New York-based artist Anna Betbeze. Recently, Betbeze was the 2013-2014 recipient of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Rome Prize and has had shows in Philadelphia,...Read More
The annual Viewpoint Series invites leading curators, critics, and scholars of the contemporary art world for three separate visits every spring semester. This year’s guests are Lynne...Read More
A lecture by artist Marie Lorenz.
Dale Kinney: 'An infinity of churches without roofs': The Fate of Rome’s Medieval Churches after the Renaissance'
A lecture by Dale Kinney, the Eugenia Chase Guild Professor Emeritus in the Humanities and Research Professor at Bryn Mawr College.
An open studio event for UT MFA candidates in Painting & Drawing, Photography, Print, Sculpture & Extended Media, and Transmedia.
A lecture by animation artist Takeshi Murata. “Murata’s approach to filmmaking embraces new computer software, and frequently innovates uses for existing technologies. Murata’s past projects have...Read More
Montréal artists Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum–the duo known as Seripop–give a talk and then present their new, outdoor performance/installation, Pushing On A String– a...Read More
An exhibition not only sharing faculty member’s modes of creative expression via object making, writing, teaching, designing, or theorizing, but also reflecting their areas and...Read More
A.L. Steiner uses photography, video, installation, collage, collaboration, performance, writing and curatorial work as seductive tropes channeled through the sensibility of a skeptical queer ecofeminist...Read More
The Wikipedia artist gives a talk!