VAC Media Tour Invitation
Media Tour Invitation — The Visual Arts Center invites members of the media to an exclusive preview tour of the VAC’s fall 2011 exhibitions on Thursday, September 8, 2011.
|Media Contact:||You You Xia, Marketing and Communications Manager|
Members of the professional working media
An exclusive preview tour of the VAC’s fall 2011 exhibitions
- The Center’s fall 2011 Vaulted Gallery Artist-in-Residence Mika Tajima will be available to introduce her site-specific installation and answer questions.
- Also available for preview are the exhibitions “ ”, Queer State(s), and Music of the Spheres. The opportunity to speak with the artists and curators of the exhibitions will also be available.
- Photography is allowed throughout the tour.
Thursday, September 8 from 10 am to 12 pm
The Visual Arts Center, at the corner of Trinity and 23rd Streets
Parking is available at the San Jacinto Garage just north of Dean Keaton Street. Park on the 3rd level or higher and exit through the Trinity Street exit. Once you exit the garage, walk southbound on Trinity street and you will see the VAC arbor entrance on your right. A complimentary parking pass to the San Jacinto Garage will be provided to all attendees of the media tour.
Please RSVP by Friday, September 2, 2011. Email You You Xia at email@example.com
or call 512-471-1749.
About the Visual Arts Center
The Visual Arts Center (VAC) is a place for the intersection of art education and art innovation, which draws together a uniquely diverse population of students, alumni, faculty, guest artists, and creative voices from around the world. Comprising 25,000 square feet, it is the heart of the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin, providing pivotal exhibition, education, outreach, and research space. Designed by renowned San Antonio architects Lake | Flato, the VAC features state-of-the-art exhibition galleries and community gathering spaces that form the intellectual and emotional center of UT's dynamic arts community. Learn more at www.utvac.org.