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Join us for a special celebration as we launch the Lab for Immersive Media (LIM) in the Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies.
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From Campus to Career
UT’s Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies Opens Futuristic Lab for Immersive Media, Welcomes New Era of Discovery
The Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies (AET) is thrilled to announce the opening of its newest space for innovation and creativity, the Lab for Immersive Media (LIM). The LIM is an interactive and immersive media laboratory that enables novel research and entertainment experiences in virtual and physical spaces.
Who Runs the World? AET Professor Yuliya Lanina and the Women's Experience at the Elisabet Ney Museum
On October 21, the Elisabet Ney Museum hosted Re-Imagining the Ney: A Community Art Bash. German-American sculptress Elisabet Ney’s mission was brought to life by Austin contemporary visual artists Agustina Rodriguez, Lisa B. Woods, and SDCT’s very own Yuliya Lanina. The AET Assistant Professor presented four sets of artwork that showcased the struggles, creativities, and common lived experiences of womanhood.
The Creative Research Award was presented to Professor Kate Catterall for “Drawing the Ring of Steel.” The one-day theatrical event in Belfast commemorated the 30-year ethno-nationalist conflict known as the Troubles in Northern Ireland, specifically focusing on the 2.2-mile security cordon of 12-foot-tall steel, concrete and barbed wire barricades that encircled Belfast.