The Playwright's Horizon 2013-2014 season includes “Your Mother’s Copy of the Kama Sutra,” a new play by Theatre & Dance resident playwright and director Kirk Lynn (Rude Mechs).
College of Fine Arts News
Steven Dietz’s Rancho Mirage will receive four productions through the National New Play Network's Continued Life of New Plays Fund in the 2013/14 season.
COFA alumn Don Bacigalupi took on one of the biggest gambles the art world has ever seenand made it look easy
Don Bacigalupi, MA ’85, PhD ’93 (Art History), joined Crystal Bridges as executive director. It is the biggest new museum of American art in more than 50 years built in Bentonville, Arkansas by Wal-Mart heiress Alice Walton. He now serves in the newly created position of president and was appointed to Crystal Bridges Board of Directors.
Landmarks,The Public Art Program of The University of Texas at Austin announces that "Circle With Towers” and “Wall Drawing #520” by Sol LeWitt will be officially dedicated March 21, one of several events to mark the opening of the new Dell Computer Science Hall and Bill and Melinda Gates Computer Science Center.
Texas’ Arts and Culture Industry plays a major role in the state’s overall economy. The nearly 10,000 Arts and Culture Industry businesses located throughout Texas employ over 110,000 workers.
The UT Wind Ensemble got a nice credit in a NY Times review of a Juilliard performance of Corigliano's Circus Maximus in Carnegie Hall.
In a major coup for ZACH, Anton Nel, one of the world’s greatest concert pianists and Butler School of Music faculty, brings Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations to brilliant life in this regional premiere of theMoises Kaufman Broadway play 33 Variations.
Professor Emeritus McDonald Smith taught in the Art Department of the College of Fine Arts for more than 30 years.
Dr. David Stuart of Mesoamerica Center reveals how the Mayans would have viewed the end of the year 2012.
New research is also telling us about how the ancient Maya thought of time in terms of their world and local politics. Hear Dr. Stuart reveal how the Mayans would have viewed the end of the year 2012.
Congratulations to Katie Rose Pipkin. She was named Artist of the Year Early Career at the 2012 Austin Visual Arts Awards. Katie is an undergraduate Studio Art major working on her BFA.