College of Fine Arts News

Landmarks to Unveil New Installation by Beth Campbell April 11

Thursday, March 7, 2019   |  Landmarks
Beth Campbell artwork, white with light gray delicate shapes

Landmarks will unveil a new installation by New York City-based artist Beth Campbell on April 11, 2019. The site-specific commission, titled Spontaneous future(s), Possible past, consists of a mobile and companion graphite drawing. Both works will be sited at Dell Medical School’s Health Transformation Building at The University of Texas at Austin.

A Q&A With Actress and Producer Felicia Day

Thursday, March 7, 2019
Felicia Day

Actress, producer and entrepreneur Felicia Day was recently honored with the College of Fine Arts’ E. William Doty Young Alumna Award. While Day received her degree in math from UT, she attended UT on a full violin scholarship, took dance classes in the Department of Theatre and Dance and starred in multiple productions in the department. Director of Communications Alicia Dietrich spoke with Day about her career and creative projects. 

School of Design and Creative Technologies Partners With Computer Science to Create Game Design Curriculum

Wednesday, February 27, 2019   |  Variety
video game

In response to the growing demand for video game designers throughout Texas, The University of Texas at Austin is offering a new gaming curriculum, The University of Texas Game Development and Design Program. The program is a partnership between the departments of Arts and Entertainment Technologies (AET) and Computer Science (CS) intended for undergraduates with career interests in the gaming industry.

Landmarks Appoints Kathleen Brady Stimpert as Deputy Director

Monday, February 18, 2019   |  Sightlines Magazine
Kathleen Brady Stimpert

Landmarks, The University of Texas public art program, has appointed Kathleen Brady Stimpert Deputy Director to oversee Landmarks’ operational and institutional affairs. Stimpert comes to Landmarks from the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division where she managed all communications as well as the City’s UNESCO designation and cultural tourism plan.

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