The sale of illegal antiquities is now estimated to be ISIL's second-largest revenue stream after oil.
College of Fine Arts News
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.
Mary Ellen Poole, director of the Butler School of Music talks music with the Statesman's Jeanne Claire van Ryzin.
Theatre and Drama Alumni (B.A. 1975) and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan's LBJ drama All the Way premiered at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and now the sequel, The Great Society, is up and running at OSF.
Adam Crosson, (M.F.A. candidate in Studio Art), is the recipient of the Umlauf prize that includes an exhibition at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden’s outdoor space.
Vincent DiNino, retired band director who built the Longhorn Band and a near-constant campus presence for more than a half-century, died Tuesday night in Bay City.
Whether he’s splitting the uprights or singing arias, COFA alumni (BSOM '11) Justin Tucker puts on quite the performance. He delivered the commencement address to his alma mater, the University of Texas College of Fine Arts, this spring.
A play about the ecstasy and excesses of performing, the dangers of public intimacy and the incompatibility of truth on stage and sanity in real life, the Rude Mechs’ widely acclaimed work The Method Gun returns to Austin, September 10-14.
Visit the Umlauf Sculpture Garden May through October to see the work of Art & Art History's Margo Sawyer.