James Turrell unveiled his newest Skyspace at the University of Texas at Austin. It was financed through a percent-for-art policy, which direct a small percentage, typically 1 percent, of the budgets of campus construction projects to public art. Such policies are becoming increasingly common at Texas public universities, and campus leaders say they contribute to the vibrancy of their institutions.
College of Fine Arts News
As staged by UT, this drama of convicts making theatre in colonial Australia is fascinating to watch.
The latest work in The University of Texas at Austin's Landmarks public art program made its debut – Artist James Turrell's new Skyspace called “The Color Inside.” The installation is located on the roof of the Student Activity Center.
Members of the media gathered at sunset on the rooftop of the University of Texas's Student Activity Center to experience James Turrell’s The Color Inside, a new, permanent Skyscape commissioned by Landmarks, UT’s public arts program.
UT junior, studying for a BFA in Design, Raul de Lara learned about the Herradura Tequila Barrel Art Contest from a friend and read about the interesting rules, he decided to go for it.
One of the most important living artists, James Turrell reflects on light and the Skyspace, "The Color Inside."
"In Our/Their/Your Midst," - a current exhibition at the Visual Arts center features work by studio art graduate students Eric Swanson, Phil LadDeau and recent graduate Janaye Brown.
The Department of Art and Art History in the College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the appointments of Anna Collette, Carma Gorman and Kristin Lucas.Anna Collette is an Assistant Professor in Photography, Carma Gorman is an Associate Professor in Design and Kristin Lucas joins the department as an Assistant Professor in Transmedia.
Holly Williams, professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance, has been appointed as the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Accreditation in the College of Fine Arts.
The results are in from the Best of Austin.
Check out the Best Visionary Change on the 40 Acres - Landmarks, Best Spirit of Schroeder - Michelle Schumann (DMA 2003) and Best Art Photographer - Sandy Carson who shoots many COFA events.