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Private Collections II
A follow-up to a UTA art exhibit organized back in 2001, Private Collections II features 20 works, by artists from both Texas and far corners of the globe, that had been sitting in personal collections around the state. These p...
There’s still time to catch the UTA faculty photography exhibit at Gallery 76102. The five photographers here show the range of the medium’s expressive capabilities, from Leighton McWilliams’ austere cityscapes to Andrew ...
Michael Noland and Fred Stonehouse share our fascination with the bizarre motifs and garish rawness of outsider art.
UTA’s students (and the rest of us) get their periodic look at what their teachers have been up to as the school holds its faculty biennial. More than 40 artists display their work in various media in this show, including...
Someday I’d like to see the Sahara Desert. My Uncle Jimmy made an unscheduled stop there 20 years ago.
A resolution introduced during the last meeting of the University of Texas at Arlington’s student congress called for the university’s award-winning newspaper The Shorthorn to discontinue its printed circulation, an...
A global physics research project is revving up in Europe — with UTA faculty in key roles.
God particles and dark matter may sound more like topics for theological debate than terms of science, but they’re both part of a global collaboration in physics research in which the University of Texas at Arlington is p...
This is the last weekend to catch the B.F.A. exhibit at UTA.
There’s still time to catch the UTA Faculty Biennial, which features works in ceramics, painting, sculpture, photography, glassworks, video, digital art, and graphic design by more than 40 professors.
Spike Lee once behaved like a jackass to one of this paper’s interns, but that doesn’t diminish the artistry of the films made by this unruly, bristling, angry, risk-loving giant of American cinema.