BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH PRODID:-//Virginia Tech//VTCalendar//EN X-WR-CALNAME;VALUE=TEXT:Arts_&_Culture___UT_Arlington_and_Community BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150426T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0040@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150426 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150427 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150426T183000Z UID:1417643178470-0016@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150426T183000Z DTEND:20150426T193000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150426T193000Z UID:1426114243463@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150426T193000Z DTEND:20150427T045900Z SUMMARY:MAVPLAYS Studio Series - WRONG TURN AT LUNGFISH DESCRIPTION: WRONG TURN AT LUNGFISH by Lowell Ganz and Garry Marshall. Directed by Professor Joe Chapa. "An imaginative potion of laughter, lament, and transcendence." The Hollywood Reporter. WRONG TURN AT LUNGFISH is the story of a blind and bitter college professor and his encounter with a saucy, streetwise young woman who volunteers to read to him in the hospital. The clash of intellect and wit takes the two from animosity and fear to friendship and understanding.\n\n Price: $10 for General Public; $7 for Students/Senior Citizens/UTA Faculty & Staff\n Sponsor: Theatre Arts\n Contact: Linda Panther, Box Office Manager\n Phone: UTA Theatre Arts Box Office 817-272-2669\n LOCATION:UTA Studio Theatre (Fine Arts Building, North Section, Room 137) END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150426T200000Z UID:1417643732902-0016@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150426T200000Z DTEND:20150426T210000Z SUMMARY:Spacepark 360: Infinity DESCRIPTION: The fastest fulldome show continues with 9 all new rides!\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150427T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0041@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150427 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150428 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150427T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0031@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150427T140000Z DTEND:20150427T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150427T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0021@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150427T140000Z DTEND:20150427T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150428T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0042@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150428 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150429 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150428T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0032@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150428T140000Z DTEND:20150428T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150428T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0022@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150428T140000Z DTEND:20150428T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150429T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0043@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150429 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150430 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150429T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0033@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150429T140000Z DTEND:20150429T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150429T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0023@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150429T140000Z DTEND:20150429T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150429T230000Z UID:1428085847601@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150429T230000Z DTEND:20150430T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150430T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0044@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150430 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150501 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150430T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0034@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150430T140000Z DTEND:20150430T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150430T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0024@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150430T140000Z DTEND:20150430T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150430T230000Z UID:1417642837687-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150430T230000Z DTEND:20150430T120000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150430T230000Z UID:1428085889542@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150430T230000Z DTEND:20150501T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150501T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0045@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150501 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150502 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150501T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0035@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150501T140000Z DTEND:20150501T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150501T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0025@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150501T140000Z DTEND:20150501T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150501T230000Z UID:1428085902861@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150501T230000Z DTEND:20150502T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0046@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150502 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150503 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0007@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150502T140000Z DTEND:20150502T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0006@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150502T140000Z DTEND:20150502T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T180000Z UID:1417643260240-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150502T180000Z DTEND:20150502T190000Z SUMMARY:Secret of the Cardboard Rocket DESCRIPTION: Join two children on a magical journey through the Solar System, aided by a talking astronomy book, a cardboard rocket, and a vivid imagination.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T193000Z UID:1417643325773-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150502T193000Z DTEND:20150502T203000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T223000Z UID:1417643126848-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150502T223000Z DTEND:20150502T233000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T230000Z UID:1428085931631@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150502T230000Z DTEND:20150503T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150502T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0009@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150502T120000Z DTEND:20150503T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150503T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0047@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150503 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150504 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150503T183000Z UID:1417643178470-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150503T183000Z DTEND:20150503T193000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150503T200000Z UID:1417643732902-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150503T200000Z DTEND:20150503T210000Z SUMMARY:Spacepark 360: Infinity DESCRIPTION: The fastest fulldome show continues with 9 all new rides!\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150504T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0048@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150504 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150505 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150504T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0036@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150504T140000Z DTEND:20150504T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150504T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0026@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150504T140000Z DTEND:20150504T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150504T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0001@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150504T150000Z DTEND:20150504T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150505T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0049@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150505 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150506 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150505T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0037@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150505T140000Z DTEND:20150505T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150505T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0027@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150505T140000Z DTEND:20150505T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150505T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0002@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150505T150000Z DTEND:20150505T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150506T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0050@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150506 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150507 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150506T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0038@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150506T140000Z DTEND:20150506T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150506T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0028@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150506T140000Z DTEND:20150506T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150506T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0003@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150506T150000Z DTEND:20150506T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150506T230000Z UID:1428085955085@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150506T230000Z DTEND:20150507T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150507T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0051@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150507 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150508 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150507T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0039@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150507T140000Z DTEND:20150507T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150507T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0029@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150507T140000Z DTEND:20150507T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150507T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0004@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150507T150000Z DTEND:20150507T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150507T230000Z UID:1417642837687-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150507T230000Z DTEND:20150507T120000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150507T230000Z UID:1428085969652@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150507T230000Z DTEND:20150508T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150508T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0052@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150508 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150509 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150508T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0040@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150508T140000Z DTEND:20150508T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150508T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0030@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150508T140000Z DTEND:20150508T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150508T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0005@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150508T150000Z DTEND:20150508T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150508T220000Z UID:1428333891772@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150508T220000Z DTEND:20150508T120000Z SUMMARY: Reception for BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: Reception and awards ceremony for the 43 BFA students from the Art & Art History Department whose work in currently on view from May 4 - 16.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150508T230000Z UID:1417643074680-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150508T230000Z DTEND:20150508T120000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150508T230000Z UID:1428085980064@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150508T230000Z DTEND:20150509T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T130000Z UID:1409157967787@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T130000Z DTEND:20150509T045900Z SUMMARY:UTA DANCE ENSEMBLE DESCRIPTION: The UTA DANCE ENSEMBLE features work from faculty member Danielle Georgiou, staff member Martin Godoy, student choreographers whose work is selected by a juried panel, as well as, a guest artist from the local dance community. \n\n Price: $5 for students w/ID, $7 general admission.\n Sponsor: Theatre Arts\n LOCATION:UTA MainStage Theatre and Studio Theatre, Rooms 174 and 137, Fine Arts Bldg, N. Section. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0053@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150509 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150510 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0008@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T140000Z DTEND:20150509T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0007@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T140000Z DTEND:20150509T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T170000Z UID:1428333665554-0001@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T170000Z DTEND:20150509T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 - 16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T180000Z UID:1417643260240-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T180000Z DTEND:20150509T190000Z SUMMARY:Secret of the Cardboard Rocket DESCRIPTION: Join two children on a magical journey through the Solar System, aided by a talking astronomy book, a cardboard rocket, and a vivid imagination.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T193000Z UID:1417643325773-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T193000Z DTEND:20150509T203000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T223000Z UID:1417643126848-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T223000Z DTEND:20150509T233000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T230000Z UID:1428085988427@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T230000Z DTEND:20150510T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150509T120000Z UID:1417643580245-0009@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150509T120000Z DTEND:20150510T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150510T130000Z UID:1409157985041@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150510T130000Z DTEND:20150510T045900Z SUMMARY:UTA DANCE ENSEMBLE DESCRIPTION: The UTA DANCE ENSEMBLE features work from faculty member Danielle Georgiou, staff member Martin Godoy, student choreographers whose work is selected by a juried panel, as well as, a guest artist from the local dance community. \n\n Price: $5 for students w/ID, $7 general admission.\n Sponsor: Theatre Arts\n LOCATION:UTA MainStage Theatre and Studio Theatre, Rooms 174 and 137, Fine Arts Bldg, N. Section. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150510T130000Z UID:1409158039868@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150510T130000Z DTEND:20150510T045900Z SUMMARY:UTA DANCE ENSEMBLE DESCRIPTION: The UTA DANCE ENSEMBLE features work from faculty member Danielle Georgiou, staff member Martin Godoy, student choreographers whose work is selected by a juried panel, as well as, a guest artist from the local dance community. \n\n Price: $5 for students w/ID, $7 general admission.\n Sponsor: Theatre Arts\n LOCATION:UTA MainStage Theatre and Studio Theatre, Rooms 174 and 137, Fine Arts Bldg., N. Section. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150510T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0054@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150510 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150511 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150510T183000Z UID:1417643178470-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150510T183000Z DTEND:20150510T193000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150510T200000Z UID:1417643732902-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150510T200000Z DTEND:20150510T210000Z SUMMARY:Spacepark 360: Infinity DESCRIPTION: The fastest fulldome show continues with 9 all new rides!\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150511T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0055@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150511 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150512 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150511T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0041@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150511T140000Z DTEND:20150511T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150511T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0031@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150511T140000Z DTEND:20150511T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150511T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0006@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150511T150000Z DTEND:20150511T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150512T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0056@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150512 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150513 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150512T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0042@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150512T140000Z DTEND:20150512T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150512T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0032@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150512T140000Z DTEND:20150512T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150512T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0007@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150512T150000Z DTEND:20150512T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150513T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0057@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150513 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150514 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150513T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0043@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150513T140000Z DTEND:20150513T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150513T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0033@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150513T140000Z DTEND:20150513T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150513T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0008@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150513T150000Z DTEND:20150513T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150513T230000Z UID:1428085999134@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150513T230000Z DTEND:20150514T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150514T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0058@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150514 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150515 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150514T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0044@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150514T140000Z DTEND:20150514T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150514T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0034@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150514T140000Z DTEND:20150514T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150514T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0009@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150514T150000Z DTEND:20150514T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150514T230000Z UID:1417642837687-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150514T230000Z DTEND:20150514T120000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150514T230000Z UID:1428086008825@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150514T230000Z DTEND:20150515T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150515T050000Z UID:1426700881144-0059@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150515 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150516 SUMMARY:MavsArt Spring 2015 Exhibit DESCRIPTION: The semi-annual UTA community art show, MavsArt, displays on the first floor of the Central Library. Everyone is welcome. MavsArt Spring 2015 features 52 works by 13 artists drawn from UTA students, faculty, and staff. The exhibit is open any time Central Library is open and will remain until the end of the semester.\n\n Price: Free and open to the public\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Contact: Monique Mojica\n E-Mail:: daldavaz@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/mavsart-spring-2015-exhibit\n LOCATION:1st floor, Central Library END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150515T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0045@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150515T140000Z DTEND:20150515T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150515T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0035@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150515T140000Z DTEND:20150515T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150515T150000Z UID:1428333520516-0010@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150515T150000Z DTEND:20150515T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 -16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150515T230000Z UID:1417643074680-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150515T230000Z DTEND:20150515T120000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150515T230000Z UID:1428086018069@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150515T230000Z DTEND:20150516T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0009@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T140000Z DTEND:20150516T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0008@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T140000Z DTEND:20150516T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T170000Z UID:1428333665554-0002@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T170000Z DTEND:20150516T220000Z SUMMARY:BFA Exhibition in The Gallery at UTA DESCRIPTION: The Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition is a showcase for recent work created by the graduating seniors of the Department of Art and Art History. The Spring 2015 exhibition features the work of 43 students demonstrating a wide variety of skills in concentrations including painting, drawing, sculpture, glass, printmaking, film/video, photography/digital imaging and visual communication.\n Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am - 5 pm and Saturdays, 12 noon to 5 pm. \n Exhibition dates are May 4 - 16, 2015.\n\n Price: free\n Sponsor: Arlington Community Arts\n Contact: Patricia Healy\n Phone: (817) 272-5658\n E-Mail:: phealy@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/gallery\n LOCATION:The Gallery at UTA - 169 Fine Arts Bldg. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T180000Z UID:1417643260240-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T180000Z DTEND:20150516T190000Z SUMMARY:Secret of the Cardboard Rocket DESCRIPTION: Join two children on a magical journey through the Solar System, aided by a talking astronomy book, a cardboard rocket, and a vivid imagination.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T193000Z UID:1417643325773-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T193000Z DTEND:20150516T203000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T223000Z UID:1417643126848-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T223000Z DTEND:20150516T233000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T230000Z UID:1428086028877@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T230000Z DTEND:20150517T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150516T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0010@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150516T120000Z DTEND:20150517T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150517T183000Z UID:1417643178470-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150517T183000Z DTEND:20150517T193000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150517T200000Z UID:1417643732902-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150517T200000Z DTEND:20150517T210000Z SUMMARY:Spacepark 360: Infinity DESCRIPTION: The fastest fulldome show continues with 9 all new rides!\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150518T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0046@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150518T140000Z DTEND:20150518T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150518T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0036@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150518T140000Z DTEND:20150518T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150519T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0047@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150519T140000Z DTEND:20150519T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150519T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0037@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150519T140000Z DTEND:20150519T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150520T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0048@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150520T140000Z DTEND:20150520T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150520T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0038@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150520T140000Z DTEND:20150520T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150520T230000Z UID:1428086041899@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150520T230000Z DTEND:20150521T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150521T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0049@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150521T140000Z DTEND:20150521T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150521T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0039@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150521T140000Z DTEND:20150521T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150521T230000Z UID:1417642837687-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150521T230000Z DTEND:20150521T120000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150521T230000Z UID:1428086053049@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150521T230000Z DTEND:20150522T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150522T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0050@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150522T140000Z DTEND:20150522T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150522T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0040@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150522T140000Z DTEND:20150522T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150522T230000Z UID:1417643074680-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150522T230000Z DTEND:20150522T120000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150522T230000Z UID:1428086062750@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150522T230000Z DTEND:20150523T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150523T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0010@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150523T140000Z DTEND:20150523T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150523T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0009@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150523T140000Z DTEND:20150523T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150523T180000Z UID:1417643260240-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150523T180000Z DTEND:20150523T190000Z SUMMARY:Secret of the Cardboard Rocket DESCRIPTION: Join two children on a magical journey through the Solar System, aided by a talking astronomy book, a cardboard rocket, and a vivid imagination.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150523T193000Z UID:1417643325773-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150523T193000Z DTEND:20150523T203000Z SUMMARY:Black Holes DESCRIPTION: Take the ultimate journey in space and time! Learn how mammoth stars make a black hole and help figure out where they might lead.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150523T223000Z UID:1417643126848-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150523T223000Z DTEND:20150523T233000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150523T230000Z UID:1428086074842@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150523T230000Z DTEND:20150524T130000Z SUMMARY:"The Ties that Bind" DESCRIPTION: Testament is a collection of twelve intricately staged photographs which, through sculpture, installation, and representational human subjects, explores the spiritual labor of bearing weight,\n submission, futileness, and persistence.\n \n To create the work, Jennifer sought out a house that reminded her of her childhood home, rented the house for one year, and transformed it into a freighted sanctuary for constructing\n photographs.\n \n She fabricated sculptural objects for each image, using materials such as wool, linen, clay, human hair, and beeswax. The materials borrow symbolic language from the Bible, and create alter-like, fleshy masses. Jennifer imagines the house as a gateway, the silent space just before crossing over. The people in the photographs are in the final phase of bearing weight, moments away from finally laying it down. The artist is seeking the moment of relief, and relishing in the moments just before it occurs.\n \n Exhibition: April 9 - May 23, 2015\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Jessica Wester\n Phone: 817-272-0365\n E-Mail:: gallery76102@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/fortworth/gallery76102/\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150523T120000Z UID:1417643580245-0010@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150523T120000Z DTEND:20150524T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150524T183000Z UID:1417643178470-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150524T183000Z DTEND:20150524T193000Z SUMMARY:Dynamic Earth DESCRIPTION: Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150524T200000Z UID:1417643732902-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150524T200000Z DTEND:20150524T210000Z SUMMARY:Spacepark 360: Infinity DESCRIPTION: The fastest fulldome show continues with 9 all new rides!\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150525T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0051@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150525T140000Z DTEND:20150525T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150525T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0041@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150525T140000Z DTEND:20150525T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150526T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0052@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150526T140000Z DTEND:20150526T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150526T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0042@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150526T140000Z DTEND:20150526T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150527T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0053@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150527T140000Z DTEND:20150527T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150527T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0043@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150527T140000Z DTEND:20150527T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150528T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0054@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150528T140000Z DTEND:20150528T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150528T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0044@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150528T140000Z DTEND:20150528T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150529T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0055@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150529T140000Z DTEND:20150529T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150529T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0045@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150529T140000Z DTEND:20150529T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150530T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0011@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150530T140000Z DTEND:20150530T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150530T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0010@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150530T140000Z DTEND:20150530T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150530T160000Z UID:1421876246274-0005@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150530T160000Z DTEND:20150530T170000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150530T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0011@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150530T120000Z DTEND:20150531T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150601T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0056@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150601T140000Z DTEND:20150601T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150601T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0046@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150601T140000Z DTEND:20150601T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150602T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0057@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150602T140000Z DTEND:20150602T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150602T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0047@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150602T140000Z DTEND:20150602T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150603T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0058@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150603T140000Z DTEND:20150603T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150603T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0048@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150603T140000Z DTEND:20150603T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150604T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0059@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150604T140000Z DTEND:20150604T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150604T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0049@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150604T140000Z DTEND:20150604T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150605T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0060@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150605T140000Z DTEND:20150605T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150605T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0050@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150605T140000Z DTEND:20150605T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150606T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0012@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150606T140000Z DTEND:20150606T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150606T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0011@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150606T140000Z DTEND:20150606T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150608T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0061@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150608T140000Z DTEND:20150608T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150608T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0051@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150608T140000Z DTEND:20150608T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150609T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0062@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150609T140000Z DTEND:20150609T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150609T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0052@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150609T140000Z DTEND:20150609T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150610T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0063@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150610T140000Z DTEND:20150610T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150610T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0053@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150610T140000Z DTEND:20150610T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150611T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0064@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150611T140000Z DTEND:20150611T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150611T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0054@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150611T140000Z DTEND:20150611T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150612T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0065@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150612T140000Z DTEND:20150612T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150612T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0055@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150612T140000Z DTEND:20150612T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150613T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0013@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150613T140000Z DTEND:20150613T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150613T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0012@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150613T140000Z DTEND:20150613T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150613T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0012@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150613T120000Z DTEND:20150614T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150615T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0066@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150615T140000Z DTEND:20150615T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150615T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0056@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150615T140000Z DTEND:20150615T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150616T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0067@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150616T140000Z DTEND:20150616T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150616T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0057@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150616T140000Z DTEND:20150616T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150617T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0068@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150617T140000Z DTEND:20150617T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150617T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0058@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150617T140000Z DTEND:20150617T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150618T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0069@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150618T140000Z DTEND:20150618T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150618T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0059@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150618T140000Z DTEND:20150618T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150619T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0070@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150619T140000Z DTEND:20150619T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150619T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0060@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150619T140000Z DTEND:20150619T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150620T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0014@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150620T140000Z DTEND:20150620T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150620T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0013@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150620T140000Z DTEND:20150620T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150622T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0071@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150622T140000Z DTEND:20150622T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150622T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0061@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150622T140000Z DTEND:20150622T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150623T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0072@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150623T140000Z DTEND:20150623T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150623T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0062@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150623T140000Z DTEND:20150623T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150624T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0073@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150624T140000Z DTEND:20150624T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150624T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0063@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150624T140000Z DTEND:20150624T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150625T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0074@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150625T140000Z DTEND:20150625T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150625T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0064@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150625T140000Z DTEND:20150625T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150626T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0075@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150626T140000Z DTEND:20150626T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150626T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0065@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150626T140000Z DTEND:20150626T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150627T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0015@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150627T140000Z DTEND:20150627T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150627T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0014@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150627T140000Z DTEND:20150627T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150627T160000Z UID:1421876246274-0006@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150627T160000Z DTEND:20150627T170000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150627T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0013@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150627T120000Z DTEND:20150628T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150629T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0076@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150629T140000Z DTEND:20150629T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150629T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0066@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150629T140000Z DTEND:20150629T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150630T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0077@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150630T140000Z DTEND:20150630T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150630T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0067@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150630T140000Z DTEND:20150630T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150701T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0078@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150701T140000Z DTEND:20150701T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150701T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0068@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150701T140000Z DTEND:20150701T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150702T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0079@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150702T140000Z DTEND:20150702T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150702T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0069@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150702T140000Z DTEND:20150702T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150703T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0080@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150703T140000Z DTEND:20150703T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150703T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0070@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150703T140000Z DTEND:20150703T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150704T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0016@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150704T140000Z DTEND:20150704T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150704T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0015@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150704T140000Z DTEND:20150704T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150706T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0081@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150706T140000Z DTEND:20150706T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150706T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0071@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150706T140000Z DTEND:20150706T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150707T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0082@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150707T140000Z DTEND:20150707T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150707T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0072@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150707T140000Z DTEND:20150707T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150708T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0083@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150708T140000Z DTEND:20150708T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150708T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0073@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150708T140000Z DTEND:20150708T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150709T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0084@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150709T140000Z DTEND:20150709T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150709T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0074@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150709T140000Z DTEND:20150709T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150710T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0085@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150710T140000Z DTEND:20150710T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150710T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0075@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150710T140000Z DTEND:20150710T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150711T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150711T140000Z DTEND:20150711T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150711T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0016@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150711T140000Z DTEND:20150711T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150711T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0014@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150711T120000Z DTEND:20150712T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150713T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0086@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150713T140000Z DTEND:20150713T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150713T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0076@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150713T140000Z DTEND:20150713T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150714T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0087@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150714T140000Z DTEND:20150714T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150714T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0077@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150714T140000Z DTEND:20150714T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150715T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0088@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150715T140000Z DTEND:20150715T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150715T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0078@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150715T140000Z DTEND:20150715T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150716T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0089@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150716T140000Z DTEND:20150716T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150716T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0079@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150716T140000Z DTEND:20150716T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150717T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0090@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150717T140000Z DTEND:20150717T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150717T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0080@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150717T140000Z DTEND:20150717T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150718T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150718T140000Z DTEND:20150718T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150718T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150718T140000Z DTEND:20150718T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150720T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0091@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150720T140000Z DTEND:20150720T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150720T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0081@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150720T140000Z DTEND:20150720T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150721T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0092@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150721T140000Z DTEND:20150721T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150721T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0082@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150721T140000Z DTEND:20150721T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150722T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0093@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150722T140000Z DTEND:20150722T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150722T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0083@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150722T140000Z DTEND:20150722T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150723T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0094@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150723T140000Z DTEND:20150723T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150723T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0084@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150723T140000Z DTEND:20150723T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150724T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0095@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150724T140000Z DTEND:20150724T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150724T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0085@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150724T140000Z DTEND:20150724T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150725T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150725T140000Z DTEND:20150725T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150725T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150725T140000Z DTEND:20150725T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150725T160000Z UID:1421876246274-0007@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150725T160000Z DTEND:20150725T170000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150725T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0015@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150725T120000Z DTEND:20150726T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150727T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0096@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150727T140000Z DTEND:20150727T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150727T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0086@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150727T140000Z DTEND:20150727T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150728T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0097@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150728T140000Z DTEND:20150728T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150728T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0087@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150728T140000Z DTEND:20150728T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150729T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0098@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150729T140000Z DTEND:20150729T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150729T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0088@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150729T140000Z DTEND:20150729T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150730T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0099@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150730T140000Z DTEND:20150730T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150730T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0089@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150730T140000Z DTEND:20150730T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150731T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0100@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150731T140000Z DTEND:20150731T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150731T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0090@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150731T140000Z DTEND:20150731T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150801T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150801T140000Z DTEND:20150801T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150801T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150801T140000Z DTEND:20150801T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150803T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0101@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150803T140000Z DTEND:20150803T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150803T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0091@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150803T140000Z DTEND:20150803T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150804T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0102@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150804T140000Z DTEND:20150804T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150804T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0092@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150804T140000Z DTEND:20150804T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150805T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0103@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150805T140000Z DTEND:20150805T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150805T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0093@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150805T140000Z DTEND:20150805T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150806T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0104@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150806T140000Z DTEND:20150806T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150806T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0094@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150806T140000Z DTEND:20150806T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150807T140000Z UID:1425934467379-0105@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150807T140000Z DTEND:20150807T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150807T140000Z UID:1425948924366-0095@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150807T140000Z DTEND:20150807T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150808T140000Z UID:1425934870732-0021@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150808T140000Z DTEND:20150808T220000Z SUMMARY:Viva Mexico! A Comic Book History of Mexico DESCRIPTION: A new exhibit at The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries Special Collections offers a rare look inside the rise of comic books in 20th century Mexico, their literary, cultural and entertainment value, and influence by the Mexican government. \n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150808T140000Z UID:1425948843165-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150808T140000Z DTEND:20150808T220000Z SUMMARY:Exhibit - Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom DESCRIPTION: This exhibit, co-sponsored by the UT Arlington Libraries, UT Arlington History Department, and Center for Greater Southwestern Studies, will feature over 60 photographs from across the state. The exhibit explores issues that deal with African-American--Texas African-Americans in particular--from Emancipation to the Civil Rights era.\n\n Price: free and open to all\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/library/\n Phone: 817-272-3393\n E-Mail:: spcoref@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://library.uta.edu/exhibits/juneteenth-texas-150-years-freedom\n LOCATION:Central Library sixth floor END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150808T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0016@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150808T120000Z DTEND:20150809T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150822T160000Z UID:1422383935867@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150822T160000Z DTEND:20150822T170000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150822T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0017@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150822T120000Z DTEND:20150823T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150905T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0018@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150905T120000Z DTEND:20150906T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150919T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0019@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150919T120000Z DTEND:20150920T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20150926T160000Z UID:1422383977913@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20150926T160000Z DTEND:20150926T170000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151003T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0020@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151003T120000Z DTEND:20151004T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151017T120000Z UID:1417643478314-0021@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151017T120000Z DTEND:20151018T130000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151031T160000Z UID:1422384004831@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151031T160000Z DTEND:20151031T170000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151101T000000Z UID:1417643478314-0022@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151101T000000Z DTEND:20151101T010000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151115T010000Z UID:1417643478314-0023@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151115T010000Z DTEND:20151115T020000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151121T170000Z UID:1421876317911@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151121T170000Z DTEND:20151121T180000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151129T010000Z UID:1417643478314-0024@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151129T010000Z DTEND:20151129T020000Z SUMMARY:Pink Floyd - The Wall DESCRIPTION: Pink Floyd is the classic that everyone loves. Combine that with the amazing visual effects and you have an absolutely amazing show that no one should miss.\n\n Price: $6 adults, $4 children\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/planetarium/\n Contact: Planetarium\n Phone: 817-272-1183\n E-Mail:: planetarium@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://www.uta.edu/planetarium\n LOCATION:Planetarium END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20151212T170000Z UID:1421876332832@www.uta.edu CATEGORIES:Arts & Culture - UT Arlington and Community DTSTART:20151212T170000Z DTEND:20151212T180000Z SUMMARY:The Art of Yoga DESCRIPTION: FREE community yoga class, open to all levels. Please bring your own mat, towel and any other props you may need.\n\n Price: Free\n Sponsor: Administration\n Homepage: http://www.uta.edu/events/fw\n Contact: Fort Worth Center\n Phone: 817-272-5988\n E-Mail:: utafw@uta.edu\n for more info visit the web at:\n http://gallery76102.org\n LOCATION:Gallery 76102, 1401 Jones St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR
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