The Blanton Museum of Art, near both the Capitol Building and the heart of the UT Campus, is known for its thoughtfully-curated exhibits and fantastic monthly parties for the public, making art as accessible as possible to community members of all socioeconomic levels. This summer, the Blanton doesn’t disappoint with its selection of 90 works of art between The Human Touch exhibit and its accompanying The Collecting Impulse showcase. Offering a blend of musings on the human form and humans’ impulse to collect things, the dual exhibit debuted in early June and will remain on display through August 12.
The Blanton Museum of Art, 200 East MLK Blvd. (at Congress Ave.)
Hours: 10 am-5 pm Mon-Weds, Fri-Sat
Open every Thursday 10 am – 9 pm with free admission all day
Learn more about the Blanton at its official website