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Arts & Humanities
July 11, 2013
|Time:||June 20-Aug. 1, 2013, 6-7 p.m.|
|Description:||The Harry Ransom Center offers free docent-led tours of the exhibitions "Literature and Sport" and "Contemporary Photographic Practice and the Archive" every Thursday at 6 p.m. Note that there will be no tour on July 4.
Drawn exclusively from the Ransom Center's collections, "Literature and Sport" showcases the literature of sport through fiction, essays, poetry and plays. Organized by sport, the exhibition highlights some of the finest examples of literary writing about baseball, football, boxing, tennis, cricket, bullfighting and other sports.
"Contemporary Photographic Practice and the Archive" was created in cooperation with the Lakes Were Rivers collective, an Austin-based group of artists working in photography and video. Members of the collective created a body of work influenced in some way by the Ransom Center - its space, its purpose, its collections. Approximately 50 new works are displayed alongside Ransom Center collection materials chosen by the artists, including photographs by Ansel Adams and Man Ray, manuscripts from the E. E. Cummings archive, William Blake's "Songs of Innocence," an embellished Maurice Ravel score and props from the Robert De Niro collection.
|Location:||Harry Ransom Center (HRC)|
|URL:||More about this event...|
|Contact:||Alicia M Dietrich | 512-232-3667|
|Sponsor:||Harry Ransom Center|
|Categories:||Everyone, Exhibition, Tour|