Quantcast
eventdetail
Photo courtesy of The University of Texas Department of Art and Art History

Larry Bamburg experiments with elements of the natural world, resulting in his sculptural works. His process is rooted in discovery; he often establishes an end goal and then works backwards in figuring how it can be realized. Bamburg’s artist talk with Leslie Waggoner professor in sculpture Amy Hauft will delve into his current exhibition, "BurlsHoovesandShells on a Pedestal of Conglomerates."

The exhibit will be on display through December 9.

Larry Bamburg experiments with elements of the natural world, resulting in his sculptural works. His process is rooted in discovery; he often establishes an end goal and then works backwards in figuring how it can be realized. Bamburg’s artist talk with Leslie Waggoner professor in sculpture Amy Hauft will delve into his current exhibition, "BurlsHoovesandShells on a Pedestal of Conglomerates."

The exhibit will be on display through December 9.

Larry Bamburg experiments with elements of the natural world, resulting in his sculptural works. His process is rooted in discovery; he often establishes an end goal and then works backwards in figuring how it can be realized. Bamburg’s artist talk with Leslie Waggoner professor in sculpture Amy Hauft will delve into his current exhibition, "BurlsHoovesandShells on a Pedestal of Conglomerates."

The exhibit will be on display through December 9.

WHEN

WHERE

Fine Arts Library
510 E. 23rd St.
Austin, TX 78712
https://art.utexas.edu/event/larry-bamburg-conversation-amy-hauft

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.