Actors walk through their blocking during the filming of Rebellious Children of the Unconscious at the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Mansion Wednesday afternoon. The film is being produced by Mass Production LLC.
This is Mary Kang and Andrew Torrey, your Summer 2011 Daily Texan photo editor and associate photo editor. Here's a little compilation of our favorite wild art, or photography shot around the University and the world, for the month of June.
Check back at the beginning of every month to see ten of the best pictures from past and current Daily Texan photographers.
Mary Kang & Andrew Torrey
Peter Franklin | Daily Texan Staff
Teenagers illegally dive from the Steeplechase Pier, Coney Island while watching for police who may stop them.
William Paul Wentzell | Daily Texan Staff
Jian Yang, a Plant Biology graduate student, makes a call on his cell phone outside Wanfu Too restaurant on Barton Springs Road.
Jeffrey McWhorter | Daily Texan Staff
Joey Gutierrez, 14, gets his haircut by Jeremy Lopez, 19, at Booker T. Washington Terraces in East Austin. Lopez, who graduated from nearby Austin Can Academy, hopes to get into cosmetology school to cut hair professionally.
Emily Kinsolving | Daily Texan Staff
Goetz von Totenburg and Zach Most fight in a medieval style tournament at Patterson Park tennis courts in East Austin. Von Totenburg and Most are members of the Society for Creative Anachronism which meets weekly. Opponents battle until the first hypothetically fatal blow ends the match.
Proudly carrying their catch of the day, three young boys follow their mother down the beach. Sayulitans use homemade fishing rods made from Coca-Cola bottles as an inexpensive and efficient way to catch fish right off the shoreline.
The Daily Texan is holding tryouts Thursday, June 2nd through Thursday, June 16th! Join photo staff to gain vital experience, shoot events, sports, portraits and meet other people interested in photography.
Applicants must complete two days of tryouts. Sign up at the DT Photo office in the basement of the HSM and remember to bring your camera to both tryout days.
Once on staff, photographers shoot one day a week and should be available throughout that day. Photographers will be expected to have minimal proficiency in video.
Questions? Contact Mary Kang at 512.963.0916 or email@example.com