The University of Texas at Austin has recruited leading 3-D filmmakers Buzz Hays and Dave Drzewiecki to teach in the UT3D program, the nation’s only comprehensive 3-D production program.
The Department of Radio-Television-Film at The University of Texas at Austin has received a $2.17 million grant from the Moody Foundation to create "UT3D," the first comprehensive 3-D production curriculum in the country.
The University of Texas at Austin College of Communication will host Belo Center for New Media tours and a building dedication ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 1, at 300 W. Dean Keeton St.
New York Times columnist and reporter David Carr will present "Hitting the Reset Button" – the 2012 Mary Alice Davis Distinguished Lecture in Journalism – from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24, in Room 2.106 of the Belo Center for New Media, 300 W. Dean Keeton St. Carr will discuss how mainstream legacy organizations, such as The New York Times, are working to survive in the Digital Age – a topic covered in "Page One: Inside the New York Times." Released in 2011, the documentary follows Carr and his New York Times colleagues for one year.
The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life Hosts ‘Political Polarization: A Conversation Across the Divide’ on Oct. 18
While polarization can make politics more exciting for intense partisans, it can hinder compromise and governing. In an effort to bridge the partisan divide, the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life at The University of Texas at Austin College of Communication will host "Political Polarization: A Conversation Across the Divide."
Located at the northeast corner of Dean Keeton and Guadalupe streets, the $54.8 million Belo Center provides interactive classrooms and meeting space for more than 4,200 students in the college and houses the adjacent KUT Public Media Studios. The Belo Center includes lecture halls, auditoriums, student offices and meeting rooms, as well as spaces for film screenings and conferences for all college departments.