UT Austin ART Building

UT Austin ART Building

UT Austin

Austin, TX 78712

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Max Almy: Leaving the 20th Century

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...

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Artist Talk: Caitlin Halloran

“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...

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Artist Talk by Peter Saul

An artist talk by Peter Saul. Saul’s work is connected with Pop Art, Surrealism, and Expressionism.

Khaled Malas: Monuments of the Everyday

Khaled Malas will lecture on two of his recent projects that “examine alternative narratives of modernities and its creative resistances.”

Denise de Cordova

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...

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Lecture: Anna Betbeze

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,...

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Viewpoint Lecture and Seminar Series

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...

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Visiting Artist Lecture by Takeshi Murata

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...

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A.L. Steiner

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...

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