• 12-inch Messages: A Brief History of African-American Spoken Word Vinyl Records 

      Chambers, Eddie; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2017-08)
      On exhibit on the third floor of the library, the FAL is happy to present "12-inch Messages: A Brief History of African-American Spoken Word Vinyl Records". The exhibit is curated by Professor Eddie Chambers of UT's ...
    • Alafia 

      Nyaphaga, Issa; Okediji, Moyo; Willmann, Travis (photographer) (2009-12-01)
      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 ...
    • The Art & Art History Collection (AAHC) 

      Bourget, Stephen; Jones, Kimberly; Runggaldier, Astrid; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2017)
      The Art and Art History Collection (AAHC) consists of ancient artifacts, historic objects, and ethnographic materials from the Americas and Africa. The bulk of the collection was formed in 2004, consisting of cultural ...
    • Art History: Selections From the Green-Christian Collections 

      Ragbir, Lise; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2014-01)
      “Art History: Selections from the Green-Christian Collection” Concurrent with the UTVAC's exhibit of "Art History: Selections from the Green-Christian Collection", the FAL is showing from January 31-March 8, 2014 examples ...
    • Artstream Ceramic Library 

      Holt, Karen; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2009-01)
      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, ...
    • Black History: Some Documentation 

      Chambers, Eddie; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2017-01)
      Located next to the periodicals section, the Fine Arts Library is proud to host Black History: Some Documentation. The exhibit was assembled by UT's Art & Art History Department Professor Eddie Chambers to commemorate ...
    • British Artists of the African Diaspora 

      Chambers, Eddie; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2015-08)
      The FAL is proud to present the exhibit "British Artists of the African Diaspora". Located in the periodicals section on the 3rd floor of the library, it features a small sampling of materials selected by Dr. Eddie ...
    • Caribbean: Some History 

      Chambers, Eddie; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2016-08)
      During Fall Semester 2016, the IDEA LAB in GWB Building will be showing This Ground Beneath My Feet – A Chorus of Bush in Rab Lands,an exhibit by Annalee Davis, one of Barbados’ leading artists. In recognition of this, ...
    • Charles White: Some Material 

      Chambers, Eddie; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2019-01)
      This exhibition was curated by Art and Art History Department Professor Eddie Chambers in Spring 2019. This collection correlates with exhibitions of the work of Charles White at both the Blanton Museum of Art and the ...
    • Elephant 

      Thom, Scott; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2001)
      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 ...
    • Erudition: An Exhibition on Reading The Ancient Aesthetics of Living 

      Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2012-09)
      The FAL is happy to bring the colorful Erudition: An Exhibition on Reading the Ancient Aesthetics of Living to our fine arts community. This collection of treasured books from the Ming elite's leisure life has been assembled ...
    • Fermata Thin Air 

      Harper, Dennis; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2004)
      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 ...
    • Five Decades of Haitian Painting: Selections from the Green-Christian Collection 

      Ragbir, Lise; Doroba, Mark (photogapher) (2013-08)
      “Five Decades of Haitian Painting: Selections from the Green-Christian Collection” The University of Texas at Austin’s ’ John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies is currently hosting an exhibition ...
    • From the Reinhardt Archive 

      Reinhardt, Paul; Sharir, Yacov; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2016-08)
      "From the Dr. Paul Reinhardt Archive" was an exhibition of a selection of drawings from his archive of costume designs. Dr. Paul Reinhardt served the University of Texas at Austin for 28 years as a professor and student ...
    • Genocide Archive Rwanda & One Million Bones 

      Tenney, Martha; Remington, Matthew; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2012-01)
      The Human Rights Documentation Initiative (HRDI) and Fine Arts Library (FAL) are collaborating on a genocide awareness exhibit featuring photographs from the HRDI’s Genocide Archive of Rwanda collection and an installation ...
    • Hardware Not Responding 

      Weil, Rachel Simone; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2015-01)
      The FAL is proud to present the exhibit "Hardware Not Responding". Located in the periodicals section on the 3rd floor of the library, the exhibit offers a visual history of Sega videogame consoles and electronic toys ...
    • Jacqueline Barnitz: 40 Years of Publications 

      Barnitz, Jacqueline; Tarver, Gina (2006)
      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 ...
    • Liz Hingley: Under Gods 

      Hingley, Liz; Peers, Glenn; Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2012-09)
      The FAL is proud to have two prints in our west windows by British photographer Liz Hingley. The prints "Sikh Yoga" and "Muslim Teenager's One in Five Prayers" are part of "Under Gods", the current exhibit of Liz Hingley's ...
    • Michael Kostiuk Collection 

      Michael Kostiuk Collection (2009)
      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, ...
    • Microbiology for Artists: Nanocellulose As A Creative Material 

      Doroba, Mark (photographer) (2015-08)
      Located inside of the periodicals section on the third floor, the FAL is proud to present the exhibit "Microbiology for Artists: Nanocellulose as a Creative Material". "Microbiology for Artists" is a unique ...