A Night at the Museum

“Art offers us an opportunity to slow down and look at things a little differently,” Annette Carlozzi, deputy director at the Blanton Museum, told Free Minds students when they toured the museum on January 19. It was a busy night, with groups taking in the last days of the striking exhibit, El Anatsui: When I … Continue reading

Students Visit UT’s Blanton Museum of Art

On January 20, Annette Carlozzi, Deputy Director of Art & Programs at the Blanton Museum, treated Free Minds students and faculty to a tour of the American and Contemporary collections. We began with a long consideration of Teresita Fernández’s Stacked Waters, the 3,100 square feet of acrylic that cover the atrium walls in a striped … Continue reading