A series of programs took place while creating and celebrating O N E E V E R Y O N E. Hosted by Landmarks at The University of Texas at Austin, the combined events attracted more than two thousand attendees.
2 February 2016, ART Building
Department of Art & Art History chair Jack Risley spoke with Ann Hamilton about her work, motivation, and process. Co-sponsored by the Department of Art & Art History. View the video.
25 January 2017, Health Learning Building
Members of the media were introduced to Ann Hamilton and viewed O N E E V E R Y O N E panels in the Health Learning Building. Sponsored by Dell Medical School.
26 January 2017, Visual Arts Center
Students and faculty previewed the O N E E V E R Y O N E exhibition and asked Ann Hamilton about her work and process. Moderated by Jack Risley and co-sponsored by the Department of Art & Art History.
CONVERSATION WITH ANN HAMILTON
26 January 2017, LBJ Auditorium
Readings by Brian Rotman, Natalie Shapero, and Kathleen Stewart were followed by a discussion led by Humanities Institute director Pauline Strong with Ann Hamilton. The conversation complemented the Humanities Institute’s 2017 theme of Health, Well-Being, and Healing. Co-sponsored by the Humanities Institute. View the video.
Q&A WITH ANN HAMILTON
28 January 2017, ART Building Auditorium
A conversation moderated by art critic Nancy Princenthal in which the process and various forms of O N E E V E R Y O N E were discussed. View the video.
27 January 2017, Visual Arts Center
A reception celebrating the launch of O N E E V E R Y O N E that was attended by one thousand visitors. Co-sponsored by the Visual Arts Center.
27 January — 24 February 2017, Visual Arts Center
More than fifty portraits panels were on display alongside texts outlining the project concept and materials. Visitors were encouraged to take books and newspapers and circulate them throughout the community. Co-sponsored by the Visual Arts Center.
28 January 2017, Health Learning Building
Visitors had a first look at the porcelain enamel panels while Ann Hamilton signed copies of her book. Sponsored by Dell Medical School.