Department of Art and Art History Facilities

Courtyard Gallery

Located on campus at the university's AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, the Courtyard Gallery presents a wide range of artwork produced by faculty and alumni from the Department of Art and Art History in the College of Fine Arts.

Courtyard Gallery Opening

Location

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
2nd Level
1900 University Avenue
Austin, Texas 78705
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Hours

9am – 7pm Daily

Admission

Free and Open to the Public

Contacts

Jade Walker, Gallery Director
512/ 471-3713
jadewalker@utvac.org

Current Exhibition

tree with debris from flood

Gathering Ground
Anna Collette

October 2, 2014 – February 6, 2015
Opening Reception: October 2, 5–7pm

Gathering Ground is a series of photographs made in the Onion Creek area of Austin and represent the beginning of Collette's exploration in her new environment as a recent transplant to the city. They capture the staggering beauty of damaged trees following the October 2013 floods in south Austin. Collette leverages her medium to register images narrowly perceptible to normal vision and, consequently, our conception of the natural world.

Anna Collette joined the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin as an Assistant Professor in Photography in 2013. Collette received her MFA from the Yale School of Art and her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art. She lives and works in Austin, Texas.

Upcoming Exhibition

sculpture on floor
Cibolo Creek, 2013
Photo by Brad Farwell

is what is
Jeff Williams

February 12 – May 2, 2015
Opening Reception: February 12, 5–7pm

Jeff Williams was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts and raised in Plymouth, Michigan. His work questions the relationships between materiality, abstraction, and their correlation to time. He studied at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from Columbus College of Art and Design in 1998, and his Masters of Fine Arts from Syracuse University in 2002. From 2006–2008, he was a fellow and artist-in-residence at the Core Program at The Museum of Fine Arts Houston. He received the Texas Prize from The Contemporary Austin in 2012.  Williams lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, and Austin, where he is an assistant professor in Sculpture in the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin.

 

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