University of Texas at Dallas
The Dallas Museum of Art partners with the
Coastlines: Images of Land and Sea
Graduate students and faculty in the Arts and Technology program at UT Dallas are working in collaboration with exhibition, curatorial, and education staff at the Dallas Museum of Art to create an immersive multi-layer sound installation for the Coastlines exhibition. UT Dallas students will serve as lead composers and sound quality technicians, and will also collaborate in a web-based exchange with sound design students in Marseilles, France, who will contribute several individual soundscapes to this project.
Spring Honors Seminar
This annual semester-long collaborative course is offered to students in the Collegium V program at UT Dallas. The course meets weekly at the Museum and is taught by UT Dallas professors and Dallas Museum of Art educators and curators. Past topics have included Maya Art & Mythology, Modernism, Creativity, and The Senses in Art & Literature.
Each June the Dallas Museum of Art offers a Summer Seminar in cooperation with the University of Texas at Dallas. This two-week graduate seminar is offered as a noncredit course or may be taken for three credit hours through UT Dallas.
DIG! The Maya Project
DIG! The Maya Project is a web-based game that focuses on Maya art and culture. The game was created through a partnership between the Dallas Museum of Art and the Institute for Interactive Arts and Engineering at UT Dallas.