And in Austin — a creative city with a vibrant art scene — you’ll apply what you’re learning. Intern at established galleries, The Contemporary art museum, and the city’s Cultural Arts department, including the airport public art program. And in your spare time, take advantage of the Blanton Museum, dozens of established galleries, the interdisciplinary Fusebox Festival, and the two.
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Department of Art and Art History: Liesbeth Demaer: graduate coordinator II: Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders: Diana DiNitto: professor: Steve Hicks School of Social Work: Cassandra Donnelly: doctoral student: Department of Classics: Eric Drott: associate professor: Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music: James Gardner.
Affiliate, Edith O'Donnell Institute of Art History (email protected) JO 5.114: 972-883-2962: American History, Race, Material Culture, Public History: Valente, Sarah Visiting Assistant Professor, Friend of the Wald Professorship (email protected) JO 4.818: 972-883-2758: Latin American Jewish literature, history, Holocaust studies, and translation: Wickberg, Daniel Associate Professor (email.
The University of Texas at Austin, School of Design and Creative Technologies in the College of Fine Arts seeks a Chair for the fast-growing Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies, effective Spring of 2020. This dynamic department has exploded in growth grown quickly since its inception four years ago. Its degree program currently.
The University of Texas at Austin is launching a new, rich gaming curriculum for the 2020 academic year, entitled the University of Texas Game Development and Design Program. The program is a partnership between the Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies (AET) and the Department of Computer Science (CS) and is intended for undergraduates with career interests in the gaming industry.
Founded on the acquisition of the internationally renowned Gernsheim Collection in 1963, the Ransom Center's photography collection has grown to more than five million prints and negatives, ranging from the earliest photographic trials to the latest contemporary works. The collection's encyclopedic scope makes it one of the world's premier sources for the study of photography and its history.
Explore new theories and refine your technique through programs in Studio Art, Art History, and Art Education. Develop an artistic or scholarly practice and become an adept thinker in visual arts. Join us at the Department of Art and Art History at the College of Fine Arts, University of Texas at Austin.