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2009 Winter

Campus radio station KNTU celebrates 40th anniversary.

Professor's works displayed at Cowboys Stadium and Australian university

Cowboys Stadium in Arlington and Monash University near Melbourne, Australia, are a few of the latest settings for the works of Annette Lawrence, professor of studio art.

Texas Fashion Collection’s 1920s styles are at Fashion on Main

“Painting the Town: 1920s High Style,” a free exhibition of 1920s clothing styles from the Texas Fashion Collection at UNT, is on display through Dec. 18 at Fashion on Main at the Universities Center at Dallas.

Documentary series centers on matters involving women

A free series of documentary films focusing on women’s issues and presented by the UNT women’s studies program and the UNT Media Library, continues in the spring semester.

Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence grant brings virtuoso flutist to UNT

UNT students are learning about creative artistry from a non-Western perspective through the residency of virtuoso flutist Surmani Srinivasan, an expert in both the Hindustani and Carnatic styles of Indian music.

UNT alumnus Lyle Mays to serve as guest artist in February

Award-winning pianist and composer Lyle Mays — who as a North Texas student composed or arranged all the selections on the One O’Clock Lab Band’s Grammy-nominated Lab ’75 — will return to campus to teach master classes and perform Feb. 22-25.

Global Performance

2009 Winter

Professor of music and internationally renowned tenor Richard Croft performs at Versailles.

UNT Fine Arts Series presents Urban Bush Women

Experience African American history and culture through a blend of dance, music and text when the Urban Bush Women visit campus Jan. 30 as part of UNT’s Fine Arts Series.

Mad Men Series Inspires Student’s Work

2009 Winter

UNT interior design senior Stephen Walsh's executive office suite took first place.

Drawing and learning

Educators investigate art in their elementary classrooms in Drawn Toward Transformation: Conversations on Teaching and Learning Drawing, by Nadine Kalin, assistant professor of art education.