Upcoming | Past
May 10, 2018
The Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies in UT Austin’s School of Design and Creative Technologies celebrates five years of student-designed video games and projects. Guests will be able to play student-created video games, view 2-D animation films and take mini lessons on the 3-D printer. The program will include a reception from 7-8 p.m. where guests can meet the student creators. RSVP now on Eventbrite link.
May 6, 2018
Join Landmarks for an hour-long, docent-led walking tour of works in the public art collection. Location and theme changes month to month. Stay tuned for meeting point!
Free and open to the public. Tours are held rain or shine; please dress accordingly.
May 6, 2018
Join Landmarks for an hour-long, docent-led walking tour of works in the public art collection. Meet your docent at the north entrance to the Health Learning Building at Dell Medical School to learn about art focusing around the human body and human experience. Visit website for more information
Location: Health Learning Building, Dell Medical School
May 4 – 6, 2018
Come enjoy one last magical evening with the Musical Theatre graduating seniors as they perform excerpts from their recent New York Senior Showcase as well as favorite songs from Broadway and beyond! The production will be performed in the F. Loren Kinship Building in WIN 1.134.
May 4 – 5, 2018
Collaborative works by composers, choreographers and media artists from The University of Texas at Austin.
This annual performance of collaborative invention and experimentation showcases the talents of students and faculty from the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music and The University of Texas at Austin Department of Theatre and Dance.
May 4-5, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Choreography Director....Erica Gionfriddo
Music Director...Russell Pinkston
Additional program details coming soon.
Admission is free, seating is limited.
May 3, 2018
Teruko Nimura : Mimesis
May 3 – September 15, 2018
Thursday, May 3
Using imagery taken from historical caricatures of Japanese figures, Teruko Nimura’s work addresses the complex politics of cultural identity and collective memory. Her finely crafted ink drawings, paper cuts, and haunting installations challenge the simplicity of stereotypes while balancing between personal identification and critique.
Teruko Nimura is a multi-disciplinary artist with a diverse practice that includes installation, drawing, painting, sculpture, performance, participatory and public art. Her work investigates cultural heritage, identity, collective memory and interconnectedness. She has exhibited nationally and in Mexico, and was recently included in the 2017 TX Biennial. She received her BFA from San Francisco Art Institute and her MFA from UT Austin in 2009. She is currently based in Austin, TX.
Location: Courtyard Gallery
May 2 – 5, 2018
The year is 2465, and little remains of the United States. For the few survivors living inside a walled citadel, politics carry on as usual - with all the pageantry and partisanship of an old government that is now a distant memory. But when an opposing army shows up at their gates, the citizens of the new United States are confronted with the most important decision of their lives. Wellesley Girl asks us to confront the question: what if your vote could truly determine the future of the country? The production will be performed in the F. Loren Kinship Building in WIN 2.180.