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Past Events

Nov. 15, 2017

7:00PM

CLA 1.302B

Visiting Artist Lecture: Molly Zuckerman-Hartung


Painter and writer Molly Zuckerman-Hartung will discuss her process and practice.
 

Nov. 15, 2017

4:00PM

ART 1.102

Fine Arts Library presents “Experiencing Artists’ Books”


Come smell, touch and taste a collection of artist books that have multi-sensory components in this gathering with leaders from Austin’s zine and book arts communities.
 

Nov. 7, 2017

5:30PM - 7:30PM

Fine Arts Library

“What should we do with old monuments?: Adam Kraft’s Public Art in the Nuremberg Cityscape” 


As part of the Art History Lecture Series, Dr. Corine Schleif examines the mechanics of patronage and underlying motivations for the work of late-medieval sculptor Adam Kraft’s work.
 

Nov. 6, 2017

4:00PM

ART 1.120

Prospective MFA Open House


Join us at the open house for prospective graduate MFA students. There will be a meet and greet brunch with current faculty and grads, an information session on the program and application process, a Q&A with the faculty and students, and a tour of the facilities.
 

Nov. 4, 2017

12:00PM

Art Building

Visual Arts Center’s Mid-Season Opening Reception


Join the Visual Arts Center for the opening reception of three new exhibitions.
 

Nov. 3, 2017

6:00PM - 8:00PM

Visual Arts Center

Body is a Bridge: Artists in Conversation


The exhibition’s three artists will engage in informal conversation and answer audience questions relating to the exhibition’s themes and the creation of these bodies of work.
 

Nov. 3, 2017

4:00PM

Visual Arts Center

META_“REAL”_WORLD


META_“REAL”_WORLD is an exhibition of recent work presented by students from the Fall 2017 Advanced Expanded Media class that focuses on the creative use and misuse of digital technologies at the nexus of art and practice; thoughtful experimentation is celebrated and risk-taking is encouraged over formal mastery.
 

Nov. 3 – 16, 2017

Visual Arts Center

“Hidden Physics, Manifest Psychics: Rethinking the History of Science and the Occult”


As part of the Art History Lecture Series, Dr. Richard Noakes examines the nature of the overlap between scientific reasoning and occultisms in the nineteenth century as seen within the careers of Victorian physicists such as William Crookes and Oliver Lodge.
 

Nov. 2, 2017

4:00PM

ART 1.120

Carol Mavor author of Aurelia: Art and Literature through the Mouth of the Fairy Tale


Cultural theorist, art historian and author Carol Mavor will explore the magical and political dimensions of the fairy tale form.
 

Oct. 31, 2017

3:30PM

ART 1.120