In a trip designed to strengthen existing ties and build new relationships, College of Fine Arts Dean Doug Dempster and UT Provost and Executive Vice President Maurie McInnis traveled to Mexico City in late August.
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Now halfway through their time as the young professional string quartet in residence at the Butler School of Music, Invoke is profiled in Arts+Culture Texas magazine.
The College of Fine Arts is pleased to share that a new student price of $74.99 a year for Adobe Creative Cloud is available for all UT students through UT’s Campus Computer Store. This price is a significant cut from the previous student price of $240 that was offered.
Emily Severe, a Business Honors student, advocated for arts engagement for undergraduates to enhance their educational experience. She cited the Landmarks public art program as a key entry point on the UT Austin campus.
Studio Art Professor Teresa Hubbard and her partner Alexander Birchler discuss Flora, their video exhibition at the Venice Biennale in The Alcalde.
The College of Fine Arts announced two major commissions set to come to campus in the coming years through Landmarks and the Butler Opera Center.
Opera Co-Commissioned by UT Austin’s College of Fine Arts To Bring Prolific Story of Artists Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera to Life
A Spanish-language opera about iconic artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera has been co-commissioned by the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin, the Fort Worth Opera, the San Diego Opera and DePauw University.
Laura Gonzalez, a costume design junior in the Department of Theatre and Dance, describes her internship-filled summer and what it was like to design for a department production while just a sophomore.
In a new video Beili Liu, associate professor in the Department of Art and Art History, discusses the process behind a work she created for the social media company’s Austin office as part of their artist-in-residence program.