Arts and Technology Impact on DFW

The opening of the new Arts and Technology (ATEC) Building at UT Dallas in 2013 will bring global attention to North Texas as a hub of research and innovation in this emerging field. This $60 million, 155,000-square-foot facility will provide an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment for students, scholars and industry. Here they will apply the principles of visual arts, computer science and engineering to solutions impacting fields as diverse as medicine, education, journalism, social media and more.

Thomas Linehan, to be joined by Roger Malina, Sandra Thomas and Dan Kuenster in a discussion panel concerning the impact of ATEC on the DFW Metroplex

Learn more about this innovative program from two UT Dallas faculty members as well as from executives from Istation, a successful local technology company that has already discovered the value of ATEC’s research and graduates. Presentations will include ATEC projects and Istation’s educational animation programs, which are available to Texas public school students from third to eighth grade.

Dr. Thomas Linehan
Arts and Humanities Distinguished Chair and Director of the ATEC Program

Dr. Roger Malina 
Arts and Technology Distinguished Chair and Professor of Physics

Sandra Thomas 
President and Chief Operating Officer, Istation

Dan Kuenster 
Executive Vice President of Design and Animation, Istation
Winner of the 2004 Emmy Award for Individual Achievement in Storyboarding

A light breakfast will be served starting at 7:30 a.m. with a panel discussion following from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Communities Foundation of Texas
5500 Caruth Haven Lane
Dallas, Texas 75226

Detailed agenda is located at

Limited seating is available; please register at [email protected] or 972-883-6504. This event is free and open to the public.