More than 80 pieces of art are displayed on UNT's campus, including the works of 13 alumni. These pieces represent media such as sculpture, fiber, painting and drawing, and can be found outdoors and inside buildings on campus.
Jonathan A. Molina-Garcia ('14) ran away with the idea, creating a documentary photography project depicting labor workers in West Texas. The project helped him win the Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Arts Award -- worth up to $150,000.
Two faculty members, Harlan Butt and David Taylor, will gather inspiration from nature when they complete projects as fellows in UNT's Institute for the Advancement of the Arts in the 2014-15 academic year.