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Past Events

Visualizing the Arctic Ocean: Presentation by An T. Nguyen and Gregory Foss

Oceanographer An T. Nguyen and visualization specialist Gregory Foss discuss computational visualization as both a method for scientific data analysis and a means for greater data accessibility.

Broken Line: Artist Talk with Olaf Otto Becker

Exploring the Arctic Ocean artist Olaf Otto Becker discusses his photographic process, in which he uses a large-format camera to document the impact of humankind on nature.

Dec 5, 2018

6:00 PM

ART 1.120

Sculpting the Narrative: The Material Practice of Epi-Olmec Art and Writing

Recent graduate Stephanie Strauss will present her work on the Epi-Olmec visual culture system seen on such famed monuments as the La Mojarra Stela and other monuments of early Mesoamerica.

Dec 3, 2018

4:30 PM

DFA 2.204

Opening Reception for Jessica Wetherly: If all else fails

Enjoy refreshments and conversation as you view Jessica Weatherly If all else fails, a body of work made during her three-month residency at The University of Texas at Austin.

Nov 29, 2018

5:00 PM

Visual Arts Center

Art and Activism: Artist Talk with John Quigley

Exploring the Arctic Ocean artist John Quigley discusses his aerial art projects and considers the efficacy of activist art production.

Photographing Science: Artist Talk with Chris Linder

Exploring the Arctic Ocean artist Chris Linder presents his work documenting major expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctica and reflects on his use of photography to communicate scientific research.

Learning Tuscany Info Session II

Join us for the Learning Tuscany Study Abroad Information Meeting! Program leads, Ann Johns and Eli Durst, will be discussing the itinerary, costs, scholarships and more. 

Nov 15, 2018

5:00 PM

ART 3.432

"Senatorial Imagery" by Dr. Amy Russell

Many major Roman monuments, from the Ara Pacis to the Arch of Constantine, were commissioned and built not by the emperor, but by the senate. Dr. Amy Russell explores the effect on our interpretation of these commissions when viewed as senatorial as well as imperial monuments. 

Nov 15, 2018

4:00 PM

ART 1.120

Nov 14, 2018

9:00 AM ‑ 12:00 PM

ART 3.432

Architecture, technology, and society in Mid-Republican Rome

Professor Seth Bernard explores the practice of architectural production in Rome during the Mid-Republican period (c. 400 –200 BCE), exploring the fundamental technological changes and approaches to material brought by conquest and early Roman imperialism.

Nov 13, 2018

4:00 PM

ART 1.120