UT Visual Arts Center (VAC)

UT Visual Arts Center (VAC)



23rd and Trinity Streets

Austin, TX 78712


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Selected Films by Jack Smith

Selected Films by Jack Smith, with introduction by Dr. Ann Reynolds, Associate Professor in Art History, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies. Dr. Ann Reynolds...

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Queer State(s): A Symposium

Scholars and critics discuss the exhibition Queer State(s) . UT Participants include: English Prof. Lisa Moore; Ixchel Rosal, Director of the Gender and Sexuality Center;...

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Lunch Break: Red Without Blue

An honest portrayal of a family in turmoil, Red Without Blue follows a pair of identical twins as one transitions from male to female. Watch...

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The Infinite Space Between

Joshua Lantzy, Kirsten Volness and Jacob Richman, winners in the UT School of Architecture and the Butler School of Music Music in Architecture-Architecture in Music...

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Fade In Film Series: Pandora’s Box

A rare treat: a small ensemble of UT jazz students, under the direction of faculty composer Dr. John Mills, will provide improvisational musical accompaniment to...

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Landmarks Video: Pipilotti Rist

UT’s Landmarks Video program’s second season kicks off with Pipilotti Rist, I’m a Victim of This Song, (1995) screened on a 65″ high-definition media station...

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Center Space Project: Bake Sale

As a twist on the traditional fundraiser, the student organization will be distributing bite-sized art about food for only $10! Proceeds from Bake Sale will...

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Fade In: Pandora's Box

For the first Fall 2011 edition of Fade In, the VAC presents G.W Pabst’s controversial melodrama, Pandora’s Box. This iconic 1929 silent film will run...

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Daniel Rudin: The Working Homeless

Daniel Rudin’s exhibition The Working Homeless consists of video and sculpture documenting conversations with homeless panhandlers who stand alongside the freeway asking for help. The...

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Landon O

The Center Space Gallery of the Visual Arts Center features the work of Landon O’Brien and TJ Hunt who investigate artistic identity through recontextualization in...

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