A variety of faculty and guests artists will perform throughout the summer at UNT in conjunction with workshops presented by the College of Music. Concerts are offered from Saturday, May 18 to Saturday, July 27.
Sunday, July 14: Jazz Combo Workshop Faculty Concert
The Military History Center of the University of North Texas presents the 5th Annual Air Power Symposium: “The Cigar Who Brought the Fire Wind: Curtis LeMay, American Airpower, and the Bombing of Japan” by Dr. Conrad C. Crane.
UNT on the Square presents an exhibit by the Sculpture Collective of UNT, a student group bringing artists together to promote an environment of creative energy, advice, and exposeure for three-dimensional art and scuplture.
The New Venture Creation Contest (NVCC), sponsored by the Murphy Center for Entrepreneurship, is an opportunity for new, independent student ventures to solicit start-up funds. The competition is for new ventures created, managed, and owned by UNT students. Students must have played a major role in conceiving the venture, have key management roles in the venture, and own significant equity in the venture. Up to $40,000 in total funding is awarded including the Social Enterprise Venture Contest (SEVC).
Women’s history is not always easy to find in special collections. For years, women were known only as the wives of accomplished men. Traditional ways in which women contributed to society, as teachers or homemakers, went undocumented. Women writers, dismissed as sentimental and overly romantic, went uncollected in major institutions. The hard-fought struggle of women to emerge in business and politics is largely still an unwritten story.
The spring 2013 premiere screening will begin at 7 p.m. in Room 184 in UNT’s Radio, Television and Performing Arts Building, which is located one block west of Welch and Chestnut streets at 1179 Union Circle. Admission is free. The students will answer questions from the audience after the films are shown.
“A Chicano Photographer’s Journey: 1969 to the Present” — A lecture by Jesús Manuel Mena Garza, leading documentary photographer of the 1970s Chicano Civil Rights Movement is presented in the 12th Annual Commemorative Lecture in
“A Chicano Photographer’s Journey: 1969 to the Present” — A lecture by Jesús Manuel Mena Garza, leading documentary photographer
The UNT College of Visual Arts and Design (CVAD) presents a workshop led by advanced metalsmith Gary Griffin April 26 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The "Sectioning: Creative Cognitive Developmental Workshop" event will explore creative idea generation through the use of sectioning. Artists of all disciplines are welcome to participate.
The UNT Institute of Applied Science (IAS) presents the 2013 Techfest, themed "Engineer Your Way to a Better Tomorrow!" The event will be held April 27 from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the Environmental Science (EESAT) Building. Techfest features a day full of engineering and science exploration. Families are invited to explore science while building RC Rovers, designing solar cars, creating electrical systems and more.