Archive for: art

 

Strange Days

Monday through Friday, Ralph Eugene Meatyard was an ordinary optician and family man—think coach of his son’s Little League team and president of the local...

 
 

Chalk Talk

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. Like many of his fellow PhD students in UT’s physics department, Frank Lee spends ample time in the grad student lounge...

 
 

Building Landmarks

It’s 4:30 p.m. on a lip-chappingly cold Wednesday during the intersession, and campus is dead. The normally bustling stretch of Speedway between 21st Street...

 
 

Waller Creek Lights Up

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. On most evenings Waller Creek is unlit and generally not trafficked, save for Austin’s homeless population....

 
 

Portrait of the Artist

For two UT professors who moonlight as visual artists, their craft is both an escape from and a reflection on their day jobs. Michael Adams is a man of many hats....

 
 

3D-Printed Art Comes to Campus

You’ve probably heard about how the rise of 3D printing is revolutionizing the science and technology sector—but did you know it’s transforming the...

 
 

The Dog Days of Summer

Buster, Sassy, Coco—a pet by any other name is, well, still a pet. But as an upcoming exhibit at the Blanton Museum of Art shows, our furry friends have come...

 
 

Students Relieve Stress With Dry-Erase Drawings [Slideshow]

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. Ah, finals—that point in the semester when college students seem more like zombies than human beings, pulling all-nighters...

 
 

“Just Light”: James Turrell Talks Skyspaces at UT

Artist James Turrell’s medium of choice must be shaped, molded, and formed, not unlike clay. Like paint, it requires a canvas and, as with any other medium,...

 
 

UT Student Wins $10,000 By Turning a Tequila Barrel Into a Work of Art

Some people would look at a common tequila barrel and see just that, a wooden barrel. Others see a blank canvas and the opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind piece...

 
 
 
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