All conference panels will take place at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.
Download and print a campus map and building directory to help you find your way around the conference’s many venues. For additional visitor resources on getting around the University of Texas and Austin, click here.
Landmarks, the university’s public art program, offers regularly scheduled public walking or bike tours on campus through its website or by emailing email@example.com.
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UT Museums and Galleries
Born from the John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies (WCAAAS,) the Art Galleries at Black Studies (AGBS) provide a platform to unpack timely social-justice issues, through the arts. AGBS is home to two spaces—the Christian-Green Gallery and the IDEA Lab. AGBS studies, celebrates, and exhibits visual arts, archives, and material culture of and by the Black Diaspora. AGBS is the sole on-campus entity dedicated to showcasing the art, culture, and history of Africa and the African Diaspora. These galleries are premiere destinations for anyone who seeks to connect with human narratives that affect us all.
The Gordon-White Building (GWB), home to Black Studies and Latino Studies at UT, also has artworks from the Black Studies collection on view on the second and third floors. Make sure to stop by GWB, then stroll by the Barbara Jordan and Martin Luther King Jr. statues as you explore all that UT has to offer.
LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections, a partnership of the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection and the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, raises awareness of past and current issues that affect Latin America and U.S. Latina/o communities through its world-class collections, globalized higher education, research, international exchange, and public programs.
The Blanton Museum of Art at The University of Texas at Austin is one of the foremost university art museums in the country, and has the largest and most comprehensive collection of art in Central Texas. The Blanton’s permanent collection of more than 17,000 works is recognized for its European paintings, an encyclopedic collection of prints and drawings, and modern and contemporary American and Latin American art.
Situated in the Department of Art and Art History, the Visual Arts Center (VAC) provides pivotal exhibition and research space, and serves as a creative hub in the university’s active arts community. Within its five gallery spaces, the VAC exhibits new work commissioned from established national and international artists, as well as the work of talented students just entering into their professional artistic careers.
The Harry Ransom Center is among the nation’s finest research libraries and a place of unlimited discovery. The collections assembled here document the work of some of our finest writers and artists and provide unprecedented access to the creative process while also helping us understand the historical moment out of which this work emerged.