Arts & Humanities Events

Saturday, October 20

Call for Presenters for the 26th Annual Emerging Scholarship in Women's and Gender Studies Graduate Student Conference

"Min(d)ing the Gap: Queer and Gendered Labor in Institutional Voids" The Center for Women's & Gender Studies (CWGS) conference offers both undergraduate and...

Exhibit: Epic Imaginings

Epic Imaginings showcases the rich landscape of contemporary poetry in epic form. Some selections are book-length narratives directly referencing (and...

Framing Eugène Atget: Photography and Print Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris

Eugène Atget trained his lens on the city and people of Paris for nearly four decades. The resulting photographic archive presents an enigmatic portrait of...

Interested in creative writing? Join an online writing community led and created by UT students!

We're looking for aspiring writers to join Prolitfic Fiction Writing Resources, our Facebook group that has lots of free writing resources (links, courses,...

The 38th Annual Madrigal Dinner: Tickets on Sale

Campus Events + Entertainment Creative Arts + Theatre presents The 38th Annual Madrigal Dinner: The Road to Reilingard. Enjoy an original,...

Traversing Dimensions: An Exploration of Diversity in Science Fiction

Science fiction literature is often seen as a space traditionally reserved for white, male authors and audiences. However, with growing interest in...

Apply: Research Assistant for Study on Children who Translate for English-limited Parents

We study social, emotional, educational, and health outcomes of high school students of Mexican origin who translate for their parents who do not speak...

Fortlandia

The Wildflower Center presents Fortlandia, a collection of unique forts by local architecture and design firms, individual artists, and students from The...

Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design

Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design showcases the work of over 120 artists and designers and illustrates how African design accompanies and...

Wangechi Mutu: The End of eating Everything

Wangechi Mutu’s animated video The End of eating Everything features the singer Santigold as a post-apocalyptic being hovering in a darkened sky. Her...

Dawoud Bey: Forty Years in Harlem

Dawoud Bey: Forty Years in Harlem acts as a small-scale retrospective and meditative moment within the photographer's prolific career. First exhibited in...

Ed Ruscha: Archaeology and Romance

See works by celebrated American artist Ed Ruscha, including photographs and sketches related to his landmark artist’s books, such as Twentysix Gasoline...

Family Day at the Visual Arts Center

Bring the whole family to the Visual Arts Center for an exciting day of art-making, games, and more surrounding our current exhibitions. Look, explore, and...

Tour the Harry Ransom Center’s Exhibitions

Experience the Harry Ransom Center with free daily exhibition tours. Visitors have the opportunity to see some of the Ransom Center’s renowned holdings in...

Matawan

In 1916, a series of fatal shark attacks terrorized the New Jersey Shore. Further inland, a polio epidemic plagued Philadelphia, while the cloud of World War...

Texas Theatre and Dance present Matawan

By Dan Caffrey Directed by Alice Stanley In the summer of 1916, a series of fatal shark attacks terrorized the New Jersey Shore. Further inland, a polio...

Tour the Harry Ransom Center’s Exhibitions

Experience the Harry Ransom Center with free daily exhibition tours. Visitors have the opportunity to see some of the Ransom Center’s renowned holdings in...

Matawan

In 1916, a series of fatal shark attacks terrorized the New Jersey Shore. Further inland, a polio epidemic plagued Philadelphia, while the cloud of World War...

Texas Theatre and Dance present Matawan

By Dan Caffrey Directed by Alice Stanley In the summer of 1916, a series of fatal shark attacks terrorized the New Jersey Shore. Further inland, a polio...

Saturday, October 20