College of Fine Arts News

IBM gives students hands-on design experience

Wednesday, November 8, 2017   |  The Daily Texan

The Daily Texan highlights a collaboration between IBM and the new School of Design and Creative Technologies. The “Radical Collaboration @ IBM” course is held at IBM Design Studios and gives students hands-on experience working with professional designers on real projects.

Art History professor participates in online debate over Viking clothing

Wednesday, November 8, 2017   |  The Atlantic

Stephennie Mulder, Art History associate professor, challenged recent articles about Viking clothing research by turning to Twitter. The Atlantic looks into the ramifications of the debate and the significance of this ancient clothing on current events in America.

Studio Art graduate students join with visiting schools on new VAC exhibition

Wednesday, November 8, 2017   |  The Daily Texan
Art hangs on a white wall

In the current Visual Arts Center exhibition, “Room before,” graduate studio art students from the Department of Art and Art History teamed up with their peers at six other universities. The Daily Texan explores the work, which is on view through Dec. 9.

IBM and UT Austin’s College of Fine Arts Join Forces to Create a Design Thinking Curriculum to Prepare Students for the Creative Jobs of the Future

Thursday, October 26, 2017   |  School of Design and Creative Technologies
Doreen Lorenzo works with Design students in wkrm.

IBM and UT have formed a classroom collaboration to teach design thinking to University of Texas undergraduates. IBM and UT’s first project is a course called “Radical Collaboration,” hosted by IBM and offered by the UT Center for Integrated Design within the newly launched School of Design and Creative Technologies. “Radical Collaboration” is a three-hour course offered to 24 University of Texas undergraduates from colleges across campus. Students are led through a rigorous semester-long design thinking training program taught by IBM designers at the IBM Design Studios in North Austin.

Andrew Dell’Antonio part of music and social justice project

Tuesday, October 17, 2017   |  University of Michigan Press
Andrew stands in front of a bookshelf

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies Andrew Dell’Antonio is co-editor on a project with University of Michigan Press that is calling for submissions regarding music and social justice. The new series, Music and Social Justice, reaches across academic and trade presses to welcome projects that shine new light on familiar subjects such as protest songs, humanitarian artists, war and peace, community formation, cultural diplomacy, globalization and political resistance.

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