Month: January 2015

Demonstrations of Freedom: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Artworks of the 1960s

It took fifteen years from the death of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to create the federal holiday of Martin Luther King Day. First introduced as legislation by Rep. John Conyers (D-Michigan) in 1968 following Dr. King’s assassination, Martin Luther King Day would not be adopted by all 50 states, in some form or …

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What the heck does a social media manager actually do?

“I get paid to be on Facebook.” This is normally how I introduce my job to new people. Admittedly, it’s a statement designed to be provocative. Shock, awe, horror—these are all responses I’ve encountered. Almost everyone uses Facebook these days, from your high school friend who just got engaged, to your weird aunt inviting you …

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Volunteering Provides Insights for Career Choices

Volunteers at the Blanton have a variety of opportunities to see first-hand what it takes to run an art museum. Currently, there are nearly 60 university students from UT and other Austin-area colleges and universities who are exploring options for museum careers by helping us operate the Blanton on a daily basis. If museum work is something …

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