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CentralTrak’s Last Show

Home of UTD’s master’s of fine arts students for nine years, CentralTrak is permanently closing its living space to all current and future...

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CentralTrak closed indefinitely

CentralTrak, UTD’s artist residency program, is closing after nine years of housing students and international creatives. Administrators and directors on campus are working...

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Alumnus unveils new art exhibition

A UTD alumnus’ new art installation is now on display at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth. Textiles artist and master’s graduate...

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Art roast celebrates work of local artist couple

Bright green, pink and purple lights shined behind the sign at CentralTrak, illuminating the sidewalk as self-portraits of two artists, one painted in...

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Billboard art spurs discussion on racial equity

Dallas-based art organization collaborates with artists to create signboard projects with a focus on activism, positive change A billboard-based art initiative about racial...

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Native art showcased at CentralTrak exhibition

Art collective Postcommodity merges indigenous commentary, culture with new aesthetic A Navajo woman butchering a sheep in a Gallup, N.M. hotel is one...

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‘Satellites’ show focuses on themes of communication

As a current guest of the UTD artists’ residency at CentralTrak, it goes without saying that Christopher Blay is someone to watch. At...


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