Resident playwright and director Kirk Lynn (Rude Mechs) lands on Time Out New York's top 10 best of theater list for "The Method Gun." Earlier this month, he was honored with a United States Artist Fellowship. Congratulations, Kirk!
College of Fine Arts News
Department of Theatre and Dance Distinguished Professor of Playwriting receives the Creative Research Award at the Robert W. Hamilton Book Awards
Kirk Lynn, Department of Theatre and Dance lecturer of playwriting and directing, has been honored as one of the 2011 United States Artists Fellows. This prestigious award grants 50 of America's finest artists with individual fellowships of $50,000.
Artist and Professor Margo Sawyer commissioned for public art work, "Synchronicity of Color Receptors 2011" for new Dallas development
Celebrated artist and Department of Art & Art History Professor Sarah Canright returns to New York City to exhibit recent paintings at CUE Art Foundation, Nov. 19 - Jan. 14, 2012
"A Singer's Search for an AIDS Cure" ran in The New York Times jobs section Nov. 12. Butler School of Music alum is chief executive of amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research, New York.
Newly created position will help improve the quality, accessibility and cost of an undergraduate education in the Fine Arts.
Department of Theatre and Dance brings Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to the B. Iden Payne Theatre Oct. 28 - Nov. 6
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' 12th New Visions/New Voices showcase will feature a play by M.F.A. candidate Gabriel Jason Dean.
Performance as Public Practice student in the Theatre and Dance Department receives prestigious university fellowship.