American novelist Cormac McCarthy is remembered for his unique style of writing.
Awareness and recognition of vernacular art has grown over the past few decades.
Not since the adoption of the steel frame has there been a development with as much potential to transform the way buildings are conceived and constructed.
Norman Daly’s 1972 exhibition “The Civilization of Llhuros” presented fiction as fact – and reminded viewers of just how easily they could be duped.
The exhibition Wildfire Recovery through Art and Public Memory opens Monday, August 1, at the Anna Porter Public Library, featuring more than 40 drawings that document the devastating impact of the wildfires and the mountain communities’ response.
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, received a $300,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support the exhibition, a related website, educational outreach, and programming for “A Sense of Indigenous Place: Native American Voices and the Mound at University of Tennessee.” The exhibition will be presented
Conrad Ricamora (’12) is playing Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors” in New York City.
UT Libraries have acquired the personal archive of renowned modernist painter Beauford Delaney.
Bass-baritone Rocky Sellers made the most of his mainstage Met Opera debut.
UT’s Clarence Brown Theatre brings the magic of theatre to underserved audiences.
Ashlee Latimer (’16) won her second Tony Award for co-producing The Inheritance.
A new mural designed by UT alumnae showcases why it’s great to be a Tennessee Vol.