• Wild Art | 04.23.15

    After a performance in front of the Tower, French exchange student Valentin Guérin lets graduate student Li Kuang, a member of the UT Trombone Octet, try the pyro-trombone, which Guérin designed. The octet performed the piece “Bolivar” by composer Eric Cook, and Nathaniel Brickens conducted the piece.

    Marshall Tidrick | Daily Texan Staff

  • Wild Art | 04.22.15

    Freshman business major Samantha Fox walks around the Senior Design Exhibition at the Art Building and Museum Tuesday afternoon.

    Mariana Gonzalez | Daily Texan Staff

  • Wild Art | 04.20.15

    Aviation electrician Lorenzo Taylor performs maintenance on a Navy helicopter at Austin Bergstrom Airport on Sunday. Taylor and his squadron will fly the helicopter from Florida to Arizona, where it will be retired on Thursday after more than 30 years in service.

    Griffin Smith | Daily Texan Staff

    The White family explores a train as part of Austin Steam Train Association's Hill Country weekend ride that takes passengers to Burnet and back. The well-kept vintage train is run by experienced volunteers on the weekends.

    Mariana Gonzalez | Daily Texan Staff

  • Gaden Shartse Phukhang Monastery Mandala

    Tibetan monks Konchok Jampa, top, and Lobsang Tsundu work diligently at City Hall on a sand mandala, a traditional Tibetan artwork. The mandala takes 5 days to finish and is part of the Gaden Shartse Phukhang Monastery’s tour to share the beauty of the traditional practice with the public.

    Griffin Smith | Daily Texan Staff

  • Wild Art | 04.15.15

    Pedestrians wait to cross the street at the corner of 24th and Guadalupe streets on Tuesday evening.

    Rachel Zein | Daily Texan Staff

    A man refills a liquid nitrogen reservoir outside of Welch Hall on Tuesday evening.

    Jack DuFon | Daily Texan Staff