• Photoworks 2021 Exhibit through April 24
    By appointment Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. and Thursdays and Fridays from 1–6 p.m. at the SP/N Gallery, 3020 Stewart Dr. Admission is free. To make an appointment, e-mail glmetz@utdallas.edu or visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d4ea5a62baaf8c61-spngallery to schedule preferred date and time. The exhibit features diverse explorations of photography created by students in UT Dallas’ Advanced Photography course, curated by faculty member Marilyn Waligore. More information may be found here.
  • Free Online Lecture features Metropolitan Museum of Art Publisher April 16
    2 p.m. via Zoom. Admission is free. (For Zoom link and more information, click here.
    The School of Arts and Humanities, along with UT Dallas’ Center for Translation studies, is hosting award-winning translator, author and Metropolitan Museum of Art Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Mark Polizzotti for the latest installment of its lecture series, “The Future of the Arts and Humanities in Times of Crisis.” Polizzotti’s talk is entitled “Whom Shocks Who—Humanity and Humanities in an Age of Fear” and aims to interrogate the line between acceptable and unacceptable challenge in the arts, looking at questions such as, “What does it mean when a work of art or literature is deemed offensive, and is there a positive value to offense? Should art be a safe space, or is its primary role to disrupt our certainties and comfort levels? What role can the humanities play in a world increasingly averse to the challenges that art and literature often pose?