Photo by Nathan Termansen

Gesture is a term often used to describe an active line or brushstroke in a painting or drawing. In three-dimensional works of art, gesture is suggested in the dynamic flow and movement found in sculptural elements. Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, will explore gesture on a docent-led tour of the works in UT's public art collection.

Meet in front of Mark di Suvero's Clock Knot near East Dean Keeton Street and Speedway.

Gesture is a term often used to describe an active line or brushstroke in a painting or drawing. In three-dimensional works of art, gesture is suggested in the dynamic flow and movement found in sculptural elements. Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, will explore gesture on a docent-led tour of the works in UT's public art collection.

Meet in front of Mark di Suvero's Clock Knot near East Dean Keeton Street and Speedway.

Gesture is a term often used to describe an active line or brushstroke in a painting or drawing. In three-dimensional works of art, gesture is suggested in the dynamic flow and movement found in sculptural elements. Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, will explore gesture on a docent-led tour of the works in UT's public art collection.

Meet in front of Mark di Suvero's Clock Knot near East Dean Keeton Street and Speedway.

WHEN

WHERE

University of Texas — Austin
1900 University Ave.
Austin, TX 78705
http://landmarks.utexas.edu/event/landmarks-guided-tour-gesture-and-movement

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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