AT&T Gifts Make an Aesthetic Addition to UT Dallas Campus
Feb. 10, 2012
The University recently received three works of art from the AT&T Corporate Art Collection.
The large-scale pieces, done by 20th-century American artists, include work in various media.
Paul Brown’s Mother, 1977, acrylic on canvas, and Peter Granucci’s Untitled, 1975, oil on canvas, hang in the Faculty-Staff Dining Room of the Dining Hall.
Frances Stevens Bagley’s lacquered wood abstract carving, The Bremen Town Musicians, is on display in the Founders Building atrium.
The collective value of the works is $38,500.
At left: Holly Reed, regional vice president for AT&T, and UT Dallas President David E. Daniel stand near Peter Granucci's work. Below: Frances Stevens Bagley's piece hangs inside Founders.
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