The Arts & Technology Scholarship is funded by the Metroplex Technology Business Council 2008 Tech Titan Award and the Greater Texas Foundation. The award is a total of $2000 for one year towards tuition, or $1000 per Fall and Spring semester.
The University of Texas at Dallas will welcome Lincoln Wallen, chief technology officer of DreamWorks Animation, to kick off the second season of the ATEC Distinguished Lecture Series on Jan. 28.
Nearly a dozen professors from the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science are finding more space to conduct their work in the $60 million, 155,000-square-foot Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building.
On Wednesday, Dr. Sean B. Carroll, vice president for science education of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, will chronicle the adventures of scientist Jacques Monod in a talk presented by UT Dallas’ Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History as part of the Ad Astra Lecture Series.
Professor Frank Dufour’s Dreamarchitectronics exhibition at the Dallas Contemporary was among the 10 Best Art Exhibitions of 2014. The Best of Dallas® is presented annually by the Dallas Observer.
In conjunction with the Loris Gréaud exhibition at the Dallas Contemporary opening Jan. 17, The Arts & Technology program and The Center for Translation Studies are hosting a panel discussion with local and international distinguished figures in contemporary art and art education.
Whether by studying the intersections of medicine and technology or by creating art that fuses the digital and analog, new faculty who have joined UT Dallas’ School of Arts and Humanities this fall add to the breadth of expertise housed in the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building.
After a year-long stay in the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building, two sculptures created by Liz Larner will be leaving campus December 3.
Open call to ATEC and EMAC students: Propose a creative idea that uses Art and Technology that inserts it into the art forms of the Korean Wave to further empower it.
EDGE is the Economic Development, Growth & Expansion initiative of the Richardson Economic Development Partnership (REDP). Each year, REDP, the Richardson Chamber of Commerce and the Richardson rotaries recognize Richardson companies and organizations that have achieved extraordinary success and/or made a significant investment in Richardson.