A film by School of Art Associate Professor Paul Harrill, Light From Light, will make its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival taking place in Park City, Utah, from January 24 to February 3, 2019.
The McClung Museum will host an afternoon of holiday-themed activities, highlighted by caroling with cast members from “A Christmas Carol.”
The longest-running production in the history of UT’s Clarence Brown Theatre returns on November 28 as A Christmas Carol premieres on the theater’s mainstage.
Welcome Home Brother, a film created by two recent UT graduates as part of Land Grant Films’ Defender of Dreams documentary series, received a nomination in the topical documentary category of the Midsouth Regional Emmys.
Messages of peace, empathy, justice, and inclusion appeared along Pedestrian Walkway as part of a public arts project to promote values important to the campus community.
The School of Art’s Artist-In-Residence program welcomes Dana Lok, whose work bridges the gap between painting and theater.
New national rankings show that graduates of UT’s College of Architecture and Design are hired more often than those from many peer institutions.
Deborah Wong, an ethnomusicologist and professor from the University of California, Riverside, is the next speaker in the UT Humanities Center’s 2018-19 Distinguished Visiting Scholars Lecture Series.
UT’s College of Architecture and Design has named Billie Faircloth, a partner at KieranTimberlake, its 2018 BarberMcMurry Professor.
The Knoxville community will have a chance to meet and hear from artist Chakaia Booker as she visits Knoxville for the 2018 Mid-South Sculpture Alliance conference, being hosted October 4–7 by the UT School of Art.
UT Clarence Brown Theatre’s Carousel Theatre share a few behind-the-scenes facts about the production of Alias Grace.
Through journals, drawings, photographs, postcards, and mementos, travelers seek to remember their experiences and share their stories.