News and Events

The U.S.–Mexico War exhibit

A new exhibit, Celebrating and Forgetting, Lamenting and Remembering: The U.S.–Mexico War, 1846-1848, focuses attention on the “forgotten” U.S.-Mexico War through letters, diaries, daguerreotypes, sketches, maps, and other materials. The U.S.–Mexico War was a formative event in US and Mexican history that continues to have repercussions. The struggling Republic of Mexico lost over half its territory while the U.S. gained Texas, California and the Southwest. Today, however, the war is largely overlooked in popular culture.


The exhibit is free and open to the public. For more information call 817-272-3393.


April 1-August 30, 2014. Special Collections, Sixth floor, Central Library.

Call for Submissions: 2014 Maverick Lens


The 2014-2015 Maverick Lens theme is “The Colors of UT Arlington.” We invite all photographers in the UT Arlington community to interpret and submit work, in any photographic media, that contains the colors blue and/or orange and which reflects life at UT Arlington. 

 

For more information on The Maverick Lens and how to submit visit http://blog.uta.edu/maverick_lens/.

 

 

The Maverick Lens: Views from the Library

The Maverick Lens is an annual photo exhibit designed to reflect the diversity of learning, living and working at UT Arlington. Each year The Maverick Lens series will announce a theme and solicit photographs from students, staff and faculty for a framed art exhibit to be held at the Central Library. Submissions will be juried by a committee of staff, faculty and students.

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the UT Arlington Library the inaugural theme of The Maverick Lens is "Views from the Library".

 

The exhibit is free and open to the public. For more information call 817-272-3393.


September 3, 2013 - March 5, 2014. Parlor, Sixth floor, Central Library.

 



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