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On December 1, 2009 the Fine Arts Library hosted Alafia, a performance and installation in honor of World Aids Day. The performance and installation of African art was presented by Issa Nyaphaga and UT Art History ...
Jacqueline Barnitz: 40 Years of Publications
Jacqueline Barnitz: 40 Years of Publications Jacqueline Barnitz is responsible for establishing modern Latin American art as an area of concentration within art history at the University of Texas at Austin, where she has ...
Michael Kostiuk Collection
Born in December 1944 in Texas, self-employed photographer and intermedia/interdisciplinary artist Michael Kostiuk also lived in Pennsylvania, New York, and Maryland. He has also worked as a commercial photographer, ...
Sam Shepard Archives
The most influential playwright of his generation, Sam Shepard was born in 1943 in Ft. Sheridan, IL. His family traveled extensively before settling in Southern California. While in high school he began acting and writing ...
Artstream Ceramic Library
The Artstream Ceramic Library, featuring the work of thirteen nationally recognized ceramic potters, is being hosted by the Fine Arts Library through Thursday, March 31. Similar in structure to a literature-based library, ...
Fermata Thin Air
The Fine Arts Library is proud to exhibit the work of artist Dennis Harper. Suspended above the current periodicals shelves is his sculpture "Fermata Thin Air". Made almost entirely of Foam-core (thin sheets of styrofoam ...
Suspended above the fifth floor staircase is the woodcut print "Elephant" by Scott Thom. Completed in 2001, the Fine Arts Library is proud to give the lively pachyderm a temporary home. A graduate of the University of ...
Documents, Group 8: Programs: Sharir Dance Company and Sharir+Bustamante Danceworks, 1983-2007
Includes programs for Sharir Dance Company and Sharir+Bustamante Danceworks between 1983 and 2007.
Automated Body Project: Faces; November 19, 2000
Rehearsal Video Session
Sharir+Bustamante Danceworks Season 18 premiere, Mixed Works by Yacov Sharir & José Luis Bustamante: Henrietta & Alexandra, Entre lo que me quieres y te quiero (Between Your Love for Me and Mine for You), Six Distances, Drums Suite; November 17, 2000
Performance at the McCullough Theatre, UT-Austin.