In conjunction with the “Making Africa: A Continent of Contemporary Design” exhibit, the Blanton Museum of Art hosted a panel comprised of artists whose work are featured in the current showcase and artists whose work mirror the themes presented in the exhibition.
University of Texas at Austin students and professors discussed the challenges minority students face on UT campus and in academia at large On Thursday, Oct. 18, in the Multicultural Engagement Center.
Theatre students at the University of Texas at Austin recently collaborated on a performance of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” taking a fresh approach that addressed the issue of gentrification and its consequences.
Uniting politicians and the politically inclined from all corners of Texas, the 2018 Texas Tribune Festival featured panelists who covered key issues including gerrymandering, voter apathy and education reform.
From Thursday through Saturday evening, politicians, media representatives and the politically-interested from all backgrounds will gather in downtown Austin to consider today’s pressing issues. For the eighth consecutive year, the Texas Tribune Festival offers the promise of bringing communities together to engage in meaningful discussions.