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Visual Arts Center, Art Building (ART)

The Visual Arts Center (VAC) is a 13,000 square-foot gallery space located on UT’s campus that exhibits new work from established national and international artists as well as the work of students just entering into their professional artistic careers. The VAC provides artists with a platform to experiment, gives students the opportunity to curate, exhibit, and interact with artists from around the world, and sparks conversations around the intersections of art and contemporary society.

2300 Trinity St, Austin TX 78712

Phone

(512) 471-1108

Website

utvac.org

Twitter

@utvac

Upcoming Events

Sarah Chess, Gabby Constantine, Alex Freyre Cuza, Rowan Howe, Jennifer Teresa Villanueva. A Ground to Stand, a Place to Call, 2022. Digital collage. Dimensions variable. Image courtesy of the artists.

A Ground to Stand, A Place to Call brings works from the first year MFA cohort - Sarah Chess, Gabrielle Constantine, Alex Freyre, Rowan Howe, and Jennifer...

1/28 12pm

Bill Morrison is one of the most accomplished filmmakers working today whose practice rescues lesser known and forgotten histories while investigating the...

1/28 5pm

Publications have long been important sites of discourse integral to the formation of artistic communities and their diverse practices. Despite this rich...

1/28 5pm

Corentin Canesson confronts the constructs and legacies of painting by reconsidering conventional modes of display, questioning the notion of singular...

1/28 5pm
Sarah Chess, Gabby Constantine, Alex Freyre Cuza, Rowan Howe, Jennifer Teresa Villanueva. A Ground to Stand, a Place to Call, 2022. Digital collage. Dimensions variable. Image courtesy of the artists.

A Ground to Stand, A Place to Call brings works from the first year MFA cohort - Sarah Chess, Gabrielle Constantine, Alex Freyre, Rowan Howe, and Jennifer...

1/29 12pm

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