In an upcoming exhibition and art fair at Bale Creek Allen Gallery in Fort Worth, Texas, AET Professor Yuliya Lanina will showcase a number of works from paintings to multi-media sculptures and animation with 50 percent of Lanina's sales going directly to Misto Dobra, a Ukrainian charity hosting displaced families.
To mark 50 years since the security cordon known as the "Ring of Steel" was built around Belfast city center, Kabosh in collaboration with Professor Kate Catterall from The University of Texas at Austin will present "Drawing the Ring of Steel" on Thursday, March 24, 2022 as part of this year's Belfast Festival of Ideas and Politics.
Design in Health takes 1st and 2nd place in McCombs Healthcare Case Competition
Two teams from the Design Institute for Health placed 1st and 2nd in the McCombs Annual Health Innovation Case Competition, hosted by McCombs Health Innovation Fellows and the MBA Healthcare Association.
Since proclaiming Black designers 'missing in action' in 1987, Miller has continued her forthright criticism of an industry that marginalizes Black talent. She is now a distinguished lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin for the School of Design and Creative Technologies.
After fifty years of being one of the only Black designers at the table, famed graphic designer Dr. Cheryl D. Miller shares what it means to win a Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in addition to the AIGA Medal. Miller is the only person in history to receive both industry awards in the same year. Additionally, she was named the inaugural Honorary IBM Design Scholar for 2021.
Fast Company recently selected the Aga Khan Foundation's Schools2030 initiative as an Innovation by Design honoree for most innovative educational design. Congratulations to their incredible team, including Design Professor Gray Garmon.
Associate Professor of Practice Michael Baker has been named chair of the Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies in the School of Design and Creative Technologies at The University of Texas at Austin.