“Photoworks 2023” Exhibit on Display 

Nebula Gallery, McDermott Library (Room MC 3.504) 

Admission: Free 

Through April 14 

Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 

“Photoworks 2023” represents a selection of creative work completed by UT Dallas advanced photography students, curated by faculty member Marilyn Waligore. The students explore the potential of color and abstraction in photography as the camera lens permits the transformation of the mundane. 

Hispanx/Latinx Film Festival Next Week 

Online and in-person 

Admission: Free 

March 20-22 

Online Monday-Tuesday; in-person Wednesday beginning at 4 p.m. outside the Jonsson Performance Hall (and inside for the film screenings) 

The public is invited to take part in this free festival, including two days of online films and an in-person event on Day 3 that will include live music, food, and back-to-back screenings of two award-winning films from the Dominican Republic and Brazil.  

Website: Hispanx/Latinx Film Festival – Days 1 and 2 – Comet Calendar (utdallas.edu) 

Website: Hispanx/Latinx Film Festival – Day 3 – Comet Calendar (utdallas.edu) 

Locker Art Exhibition Begins March 24 

Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building, Middle Hallway, First Floor 

Admission: Free 

March 24-April 21 (opens in the afternoon of Friday, March 24) 

Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-10 p.m. 

The annual AHT Pop-Up Locker Exhibition is a “playful intervention in architecture,” featuring artistic expressions inside unused lockers, created by UT Dallas students and invited artists. This year the creators were asked to draw inspiration from “shadowland” themes presented in the book, “The Girl in His Shadow,” by Aubrey Blake. Visitors might experience poetry, sound, color—the sky’s the limit.