Humanities Institute

Blanton Lecture with James Luna: Phantasmagoria

Sat, April 28, 2012 | The Blanton Museum;located at the intersection of Brazos and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

James Luna
James Luna


James Luna is a Pooyukitchum Indian who enrolled and lives on the La Jolla Indian reservation in California. An internationally recognized conceptual artist, Luna draws from over thirty years of artwork to present a performative lecture that deals with the realities of race from an insider's perspective.

This event is included with museum admission; Free to members and UT staff, faculty, and students.

Paid parking is available in the Brazos Garage on Brazos Street and MLK. Parking is $3, bring your ticket with you to the museum.

Funding for this program is provided by the Carolyn Harris Hynson Centennial Visiting Professorship in Fine Arts.

Click here to visit the artist's website.

Click here to download a flyer for this event.

Sponsored by: The Blanton Museum of Art, Fusebox Festival,The Humanities Institute at the University of Texas, and the UT Native American and Indigenous Studies Program.

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