Overpasses, by their nature, invite travelers to go over, not under. Thus the areas beneath them are unappreciated, a little foreboding, and passed through quickly. But Bryce Bennett ’13 views these spaces as calm and peaceful, as devoid of human existence as the mountains and vast wilderness of his native Montana. In his photographic series Beneath, he seeks to capture that feeling by presenting images […]
Scholarship Dinner, President’s Reception, Night on the Town, Alumni Picnic
All-Greek Reunion, African-American Alumni Banquet, Dallas Mixer, and World-Class Glass.
Don’t think of your next flight delay as an inconvenience. Think of it as an opportunity to peruse fine works by some of the nation’s leading artists. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is home to $6 million in commissioned paintings, sculptures, and mosaic floor medallions. At Love Field in Dallas, a modernization project is transforming the airport into another place to see outstanding art. The Gallery […]
Little-known aspects of U.S. history shape much of painter Burl Washington’s nationally recognized artwork. With a keen eye for detail, the UT Arlington alumnus and Fort Worth resident captures bygone events that made America great but often are omitted from history books. “When I was growing up, history was boring. Now it’s just a gold mine,” he says. “The more you dig, the more you […]