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Six Must-See Exhibitions in 2020

A view of four pieces by Diedrick Brackens, made out of woven cotton and acrylic yarn and silk organza,
Six Must-See Exhibitions in 2020 December 16, 2019 by Lizabel Stella Back to Blog From our cutting-edge Contemporary Project gallery presenting recently-made works by notable multi-disciplinary artists to museum centerpiece …
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The Art Museum and Medical Education

Students from UT’s Dell Medical School viewing art
The Art Museum and Medical Education May 6, 2019 by Penny Snyder Back to Blog This post is authored by Ray Williams, the Blanton’s director of education and academic affairs. For …
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9 Notable Exhibitions To See In 2019

Installation view of colorful garments hanging from the ceiling shown in the exhibition Jeffrey Gibson: This is the Day
9 Notable Exhibitions To See In 2019 December 13, 2018 by Lizabel Stella Back to Blog Planning your cultural calendar can be a challenging task with all the things-to-do and …
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The Blanton’s Snowiest Skating Scenes

Screenprint by Hyman Warsager, titled "Winter Scene", depicting a snowy landscape and people skating on a frozen pond
The Blanton’s Snowiest Skating Scenes December 12, 2018 by Mairead Horton Back to Blog This Third Thursday, December 20, join us for a pop-up exhibition of winter scenes from the Blanton’s collection. …
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Weaving Mindfulness into the Blanton

two visitors working on mindful weaving
Weaving Mindfulness into the Blanton December 4, 2018 by Bixie Mathieu Back to Blog In a corner of the museum known as the “Meredith Lounge,” located between our Film & …
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Mapping Eugène Atget

The crowd gathered in Paris’s Place de la Bastille on April 17, 1912, was observing a solar eclipse through viewing apparatuses.
Take a walk in Atget’s shoes through this map documenting picture locations from our exhibition.
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