Thanks to a gift from collector and contemporary art advocate Joan Davidow, bare walls of the Erik Jonsson Academic Center and the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building are now covered with work from some of Texas’ budding artists.
Dr. Moon Kim, a professor of materials science and engineering, has published Art & Technology, an interactive book for the iPad that focuses on the union of art and science.
In this ‘lecture-performance’, Roger Malina and the artist Andrew Blanton will present work in progress though sound performances and presentation of works created in the UT Dallas ArtSciLab. This will include data remixing of scientific data from collaborators in the brain sciences (connectome data), in astronomy (deep field survey from antactica) and geosciences.
This free event will help you get your resume and portfolio reviewed before the Big Design Conference. In this workshop, you will learn how to write a better resume from some leading experts.
Max Schich, an art historian who works under the umbrella of the University’s ATEC program, has reconstructed the migration and mobility patterns of more than 150,000 notable individuals over a time span of 2,000 years. By connecting the birth and death locations of each individual, Schich and his team have made progress in our understanding of large-scale cultural dynamics.
Twenty Dallas-area teenage girls recently got hands-on experience with nanotechnology, robots, virtual reality, forensics and space science when they visited UT Dallas for a weeklong summer camp. Organized by Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas, Richland College and UT Dallas’ Science and Engineering Education Center (SEEC), the SMART Summer College Camp introduced eighth- and ninth-graders to […]
Edith O’Donnell, longtime visionary and patroness of the arts and education, has made a contribution of $17 million to create the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History. The purpose of the investment is to elevate art history at UT Dallas to a nationally pre-eminent stature.
Adobe’s Create Now 2014 World Tour will stop at the UT Dallas campus this summer to present the latest in Adobe Creative Cloud.
The e-book Arts Humanities and Complex Networks captures the excitement of creators and scholars pioneering the application of network science to culture. Beginning in 2010, the AHCN symposia tracked breakthrough moments as network theories, big data, and inventive visualizations triggered new insight in fields ranging from 16th century political history to 21st century art. These papers were presented […]
Assistant Professor Kim Knight has been recently published in The Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media. This collection of works includes articles from university professors across the United States who are well-versed in the rapidly expanding field of Digital Media.