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Summertime is world tour season for big-time musicians: Bruno Mars, Katy Perry and the University of Texas Wind Ensemble. That’s right! The UTWE just returned from Asia and Europe.
“The Color Inside” is a new naked-eye observatory from renowned “sculptor of light” James Turrell. The artist participates in a free Q&A Friday, Oct. 18.
Aerospace engineering Ph.D. student Andrew Takano captures Austin, UT in a stunning new light.
Professor Douglas Bruster confirms that five pages in a 16th century Thomas Kyd play were actually written by Shakespeare. Watch Bruster explain the evidence.
Close relationships with faculty, collaborative projects and strong professional preparation all lead UT architecture students to love their school. Watch a video about their experience.
Is your bedroom scattered with laundry? Adorned with photos? Do you and your partner have equal closet space? Read more about what couples’ homes reveal.
Brian Schwarz, MFA ’12, will be in Beverly Hills on June 8 to accept a Student Academy Award for his film, “Ol’ Daddy.” Watch a trailer.
Coming soon to radio-television-film students: UT3D, the first-of-its-kind 3-D production curriculum in the country. Watch a video to learn more about the new program.
It’s not every day that you see a two-story structure built inside a gallery. But this spring’s artists-in-residence at the Visual Arts Center think big. Watch the video.
What has 1604 pipes, 2000 leather pouches and more than 10,000 parts in all? The newly restored pipe organ in Jessen Auditorium. Watch a video about how it was refurbished.
Erinn McGurn, M. Arch. ’98, worked with RTF filmmakers to tell a story about the importance of education in rural Zambia through the eyes of two sisters.
Linguist Lars Hinrichs and his student researchers in the Texas English Project collect and analyze field recordings of native Texans speaking in a casual setting.
Through exposure to and interaction with collection materials at the Harry Ransom Center, undergraduate students can open the door to the creative process.