UT Visual Arts Center (VAC)
January 26 - February 23, 2018
"Just Press Print is an international, traveling group exhibition that explores the introduction of 21st century technologies within the discipline of printmaking." The show is curated by Dr. Paul Laidler, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Fine Art Print Research at the University of the West of England, and includes works by:Carolyn Blunt Stanley Donwood Richard Falle Paul Laidler Roy Voss Andrew Super Sebastian Schramm Arthur Buxton Paul Coldwell Gordon Cheun
January 26 - February 23, 2018
I Think We Meet Here features works by three artists currently participating in the Core Residency Program at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston: Yue Nakayama, Shana Hoehn, and Felipe Steinberg. The three artists "are engaged in a search — for freelance animators, participants on dating/meeting platforms and monsters. Their videos explore the relationships that emerge as a result of their searches."
January 1 - 31, 2018
In this 2008 video work, British artist Sarah Morris documents the city of Beijing during the 2008 olympic games. Aiming to capture a portrait of the city, Morris' film shows Beijing as "an ever-shifting assemblage of people, media, and architecture captured in numerous montages from multiple perspectives."
In Almost Doesn’t Count, artists Emily Lee and Rachael Henson “explore the endless in-between-ness of identifying oneself.”
“Just Press Print is an international, traveling group exhibition that explores the introduction of 21st century technologies within the discipline of printmaking.” The show is...Read More
An exhibition featuring a hand-painted replica of The Codex Borgia, a pre-Hispanic Aztec painted manuscript. This piece is the result of a decades-long project by artist Richard Lee...Read More
I Think We Meet Here features works by three artists currently participating in the Core Residency Program at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston: Yue Nakayama, Shana...Read More
In this 2008 video work, British artist Sarah Morris documents the city of Beijing during the 2008 olympic games. Aiming to capture a portrait of the...Read More
A screening of Hermine Freed’s video Art Herstory (1974). In the piece, the artist “takes on more than five hundred years of the treatment of women in...Read More
“META_“REAL”_WORLD is an exhibition of recent work presented by students from UT’s Fall 2017 Advanced Expanded Media class that focuses on the creative use and...Read More
“Body is a Bridge details the lived experiences of illness through an intersectional lens.” The show includes works by Texas-based artist Amber Shields, and Portland, Maine...Read More
“For this exhibition, the Studio Art MFA candidates at UT Austin invited six MFA students from Yale University, Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of...Read More
A screening of the 2015 38-minute video work Inverso Mundus by Russian collective AES+F (Tatiana Arzamasova, Lev Evzovich, Evgeny Svyatsky, and Vladimir Fridkes). “Inspired by the medieval...Read More
A screening of Teresa Serrano’s 2003 video work La Piñata. Serrano created the piece “to address the repercussions of the lack of rights for working-class Mexican women.”
“Known for his use of brightly colored, “African” batik-style cloth in paintings, sculptures, installations, photography, and films, Yinka Shonibare has devoted his practice to the...Read More
A show of works created by students studying studying in the university’s Learning Tuscany program.
“This exhibition presents work made by 2017 UT teaching residents, Israeli-artist collective, The New Barbizon group. The New Barbizon members, Natalia Zourabova, Asya Lukin, Anna...Read More
A show featuring photographs and paintings by Marta Lee and Anika Steppe. The pieces in the show “examine common tropes of tourism, the functions and perils...Read More
Located in Mexico City’s Colonia Juárez, the non-profit art library and community space Aeromoto provides public access to art books and small press publications from...Read More
“Larry Bamburg uses natural materials to create process-based works that vacillate between living and dead, natural and manmade. For BurlsHoovesandShells on a Pedestal of Conglomerates, Bamburg...Read More
A screening of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s 1977 video work Re Dis Appearing. The piece “evokes themes of exile and displacement through overlaps and interjections of multilingual...Read More
A screening of Animal, a video works that UT Austin commissioned by artist David Ellis.
Rita Myers’ 1973 video Tilt 1 will be on view in the VAC lobby as a part of UT Landmarks’ video screening series.
in order to is the 2017 thesis exhibition of three MFA students in Design at The University of Texas at Austin: Tirza Hutagalung, Em Karimifar,...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by fourteen graduating UT MFA students. Artists include: Zachary Betts Laura Brown Kurt Chung-Liang Cheng Anthony B Creeden Caitlin Halloran Ryan...Read More
A show featuring works from seniors graduating from the UT Austin undergraduate design program.
A show of works by students graduation from the UT Austin art program.
An exhibition that aims to “challenge notions of stability associated with the image of “The Home,” taking ownership over and embracing liminality within identity, not...Read More
An exhibition combining art, science, and engineering. For the past year, artists Daniel Bozhkov, Patrick Killoran, Steven Brower, and James Sham have worked with UT researchers...Read More
A show of photographs by Elizabeth Bick. In this exhibition, Bick argues that “the divisions between the arts are not distinct, and that a true division between...Read More
An exhibition of works made during Ann Hamilton’s process of creating her new public art work for UT’s Dell Medical School. This show includes smaller panels and...Read More
“Fieldwork is a space for projects initiated by faculty and students in the Department of Art and Art History.” Faculty members include Teresa Hubbard, Julie...Read More
An exhibition “bringing together emerging contemporary artists engaging with politics of anti-assimilation. As gayness enters the mainstream, assimilation to white heteronormativity becomes increasingly privileged over...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by James Walker, Michael Mogavero, Jason Urban, Jeff Williams, and Heidi Powell.
An exhibition where Mexico City-based artist Victor Pérez-Rul and curator Leslie Moody Castro collaborate with UT’s student community to create works that explore the “human consciousness...Read More