The Simulation and Game Applications (SAGA) Lab, an R&D initiative of the Center for Arts and Entertainment Technologies, is testing how crowdsourced data-gathering in mobile game apps can help obtain medical data that would be prohibitively expensive otherwise.
College of Fine Arts News
The Alcalde covers Ann Hamilton's O N E E V E R Y O N E, a public art project in the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin.
Photography spotlights Ann Hamilton and her O N E E V E R Y O N E project in the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin.
Beili Liu, associate professor in the Department of Art and Art History, was named a 2016 recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant. The foundation awarded 25 artists with $25,000 grants through an anonymous process with a jury panel that convened in fall 2016.
J. Quinton Johnson, a former student in the Department of Theatre and Dance, has been cast in the role of Hercules Mulligan/James Madison in the Broadway production of the Tony Award-winning smash hit Hamilton.
The Kimbell Art Foundation will receive the 2017 E. William Doty Award, the highest honor bestowed by the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin. The college will also honor jazz pianist Helen Sung (B.M., 1993, M.M. 1995) with the E. William Doty Distinguished Alumna Award and playwright Meghan Kennedy (M.F.A., 2011) with the E. William Doty Young Alumna Award.
The Center for Integrated Design (CID) in the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin, founded earlier this year to bring design thinking into the core of the UT undergraduate curricula, is expanding its course offering to include three new microcredit courses that will count toward the Bridging Disciplines Program in Integrated Design.
Meet the three students—representing each of the college’s three academic units—who earned recognition during this December commencement ceremony.
The Fine Arts Library has received archives of noted dancer, choreographer, teacher and innovator Yacov Sharir. A faculty member in the university’s Department of Theatre and Dance for almost forty years, Sharir has pioneered the use of new technologies, including virtual reality, intelligent fabrics and interactive systems in performance.
Julia Caswell, visual arts studies senior and Intellectual Entrepreneurship pre-grad intern, took second place in the university’s Undergraduate Research Showdown, held Nov. 15 by the School of Undergraduate Studies. She presented her research into new strategies for digital engagement for museums through audio walks.