Work from Nicole Awai, assistant professor in studio art, is included in “Home, Memory and Future,” a three-part exhibition celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Caribbean Cultural Center and African Diaspora Institute in New York. The exhibition explores the notion of home in the age of gentrification, dislocation, migration, exile, belonging, health and unaffordable housing.
College of Fine Arts News
Currently on sabbatical and completing a studio residency in Berlin awarded by the Aargauer Kuratorium, Photography Professor Teresa Hubbard will have her work with collaborator Alexander Birchler included in multiple exhibitions this fall.
Theatre Professor Susan Mickey has been selected as a Research Award Winner by the University Co-Op Hamilton Book Awards.
The Department of Theatre and Dance opens its 2016-17 season with In the Red and Brown Water, which brings together unique faculty collaborations while also providing opportunities in the classroom.
Studio Art student Jasmine Uy created this stop motion animation video for her AET 325 class, “2D Production Art,” with instructor Neal Daugherty. Below she explains her creative process on the project.
The Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) Pre-Graduate Mentorship Program announced 25 Kuhn Intellectual Entrepreneurship Awards for fall 2016, including Fine Arts student Anyssa Flores, Visual Arts Studies senior.
Reverb Nation interviews Thee Phantom, who will play a sold out show at UT this week that combines hip hop with live orchestration. Thanks to funding from the Fine Arts Diversity Committee Guest Artist Initiative, he will also give two talks to students.
The Gaming and Mobile Media Application (GAMMA) Program was among a select few of technology-driven programs at The University of Texas at Austin to participate in the Innovation Showcase at the Texas Tribune Festival.
Tito Muñoz, music director of the Phoenix Symphony, will join the UT Symphony Orchestra as a guest conductor for the season’s opening concert.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Newsies hits the stage at Bass Concert Hall this week. The show’s athletic choreography helps tell the story of a band of misfit newsboys who led the 1899 strike against Joseph Pulitzer following an increase in newspaper prices.