The Oscar G. Brockett Center for Theatre History and Criticism has been invited to partner with American Theatre magazine to produce the monthly feature “Almanac,” an editorial highlighting historical information and significant anniversaries.
College of Fine Arts News
Soloist Mela Dailey (M. Music, 2003), won a Grammy last night for Best Choral Performance as part of the ensemble The Conspirare Symphonic Choir and their performance of “The Sacred Spirit of Russia.” Dailey is a faculty member in the Department of Theatre and Dance as well as a Butler School alumna.
UT Theatre students cross borders with the acclaimed artists of the Moving Company in Refugia.
The College of Fine Arts is pleased to congratulate the Butler School of Music on this well-deserved recognition.
Alumnus Luke Leonard (M.F.A. Directing ‘10) has brought the history of O.A. “Bum” Philips, coach of the Houston Oilers from 1975-1980 and father of former Dallas Cowboy’s coach Wade Phillips, to life in a new work of that premiered earlier this year.
There are currently three permanent Turrell public installations to visit in Texas—two in Houston and The Color Inside at the University of Texas Student Activity Center in Austin.
Congratulations to Natalia Anciso (B.A. Studio Art, 2008) for being listed as a top innovator in Latina's 30 under 30!
The sale of illegal antiquities is now estimated to be ISIL's second-largest revenue stream after oil.
Crystal Bridges President Don Bacigalupi, (M.A. 1985, Ph.D. Art History 1993), and his epic search for America's best unknown artists.
IE-Studio Arts Pre Grad intern and Kuhn Scholar Lakeem Wilson uses visual art to inspire social change
Senior studio art major at The University of Texas at Austin, Lakeem Wilson works diligently to create pieces that play on metaphors and respond to current social events.