India Unveiled exhibit - photos by Robert Arnett
(Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community)
The exhibit in the Central Library's sixth floor Parlor features 35 photographs by photographer/author Robert Arnett and highlights the diversity of India and its various regions. Over a span of 19 months Arnett lived with several Indian families in order to study art, culture, and religion. The resulting book "India Unveiled" is the source material for the photos. The photos are on display until January 5, 2013, and the exhibit is free and open to all.
The exhibit was donated to UT Arlington by Arnett in early 2008 following the collaboration of donors who paid to have the photos printed, matted and framed, according to Dr. Nilakshi Veerabathina, Lecturer in the Physics Department, who was involved with bring the exhibit to campus. The exhibit is sponsored locally by ZeOmega, by the Indian American Education Foundation, and the UT Arlington Hindu Student Council.
The sixth floor parlor hours are Monday, 9am - 7pm and Tuesday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm. Closed Sunday. For more information, contact Special Collections at 817-272-3393 or firstname.lastname@example.org.