Archive for: sculpture


The Way Back: True to Form

Unlocking the vault of UT history In 1939, the impressively named William Mozart McVey boasted that his classroom was “one of the best sculpture studios in Texas.”...


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...


Longhorns in Chicago at “The Bean”

Ruben Bonilla, BA ’05, Life Member, shared this photo with his sister, Lisa Martina Bonilla, BS ’09, Life Member, from their visit to Chicago in April. Ruben...



Works in Conversation

UT’s Blanton Museum of Art turns 50 this spring with a new exhibit of masterpieces owned by Longhorns. Join us for a guided tour of Through the Eyes of Texas:...


Light Heavy Sculptures

When Jade Walker, director of UT’s Visual Arts Center, stepped into Diana Al-Hadid‘s New York City studio a year ago, she knew she had to make Al-Hadid...


How the MLK Statue Came to the East Mall

In September 1999, a bronze statue of Martin Luther King, Jr. was unveiled on the East Mall. Created by a husband-and-wife team, Jeffrey Varilla and Anna Koh-Varilla...


1983 Sculpture Gets New Home at Alumni Center

1983 marked UT’s Centennial Celebration, and the University celebrated all year: the festivities ranged from a time capsule (to be opened in 2083) to a musical...

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