Doreen Lorenzo, director of the Center for Integrated Design, spoke with The Daily Texan about new courses being offered through the Bridging Disciplines Program.
Stacey Chang, the founding and executive director of the Design Institute for Health, penned an article for the New England Journal of Medicine’s Catalyst about designing a better health care system. The Design Institute for Health is a joint venture between the College of Fine Arts and the Dell Medical School.
Yuliya Lanina is a multi-media artist who is currently teaching AET 102: “Gender, Race and Technology.” The course is designed to expand students' awareness of issues affecting women and minorities in the creative and technological fields, and she has invited guest speakers from around the world to meet with her students. We caught up with her recently to learn more about her AET course.
The Art of the Hollywood Backdrop, a book by Richard Isackes and Karen Maness, both faculty in the Department of Theatre and Dance, was featured in The Alcalde.
The latest book by George Flaherty, assistant professor of art history and co-director of the Center for Latin American Visual Studies, was awarded the Arvey Foundation Book Award from the Association for Latin American Art during its annual business meeting at College Art Association last week.
Professor Emeritus Paul Hatgil was named a 2016 Distinguished Alumnus from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. The award was given in Boston with an exhibition of his work and hundreds in attendance. During his tenure of 34 years at The University of Texas at Austin, Hatgil instructed more than 2,000 students in the art of ceramics, sculpture and two- and three-dimensional design in the Department of Art and Art History.
Ann Johns, distinguished senior lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History shares the lessons learned in her first semester teaching art history through an online platform.
Over five days, students will showcase 35 new works to about 7,000 audience members as part of the Cohen New Works Festival.
In Susan Rather’s newest art history course, students learn the observation skills of art historians and how those skills can be applied in practicing medicine.
If you are heading to South by Southwest this year, don’t miss these alumni, faculty and students participating in various areas of the festival.