College of Fine Arts News

Go Behind-the-Scenes of 'Strange Pilgrims'

Friday, December 18, 2015   |  UT News
Strange Pilgrims by Sandy Carson

As part of The Contemporary Austin’s exhibition Strange Pilgrims, Rachel Stuckey, a third-year M.F.A. student, is in charge of maintaining the projectors for an historic film installation piece from 1976 by Paul Shartis called Dream Displacement. She described the process in a UT News video, The Art of Installation.

Students of Many Majors Come Together for Game Development

Friday, December 18, 2015   |  UT News
Game and Mobile Media Appliciations

Students from all over the university are coming together for the college’s UT Gaming and Mobile Media Applications (GAMMA) Program. UT News looked at how departments are partnering across campus to prepare students for careers in the fast-growing game and mobile app industry.

Studio Art Major Paul Cantu Earned a Bachelor's and YouTube Fame at UT Austin

Tuesday, December 8, 2015   |  The Alcalde
Paul Cantu in The Alcalde

Rooted in a desire to be “fashionable on a budget,” Studio Art major Paul Cantu turned his thrift shopping techniques into a successful YouTube channel with 165,000 subscribers. Cantu graduated this semester, and The Alcalde sat down with him to find out what’s next in the young artist’s career.

Live Entertainment Pioneer Allen Becker to Receive 2016 Doty Award

Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Allen Becker

Houston businessman and producer Allen Becker will receive the 2016 Doty Award, the highest honor bestowed by the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin. The Doty Award, now in its 21st year, honors individuals who have distinguished themselves through extraordinary professional achievement and/or demonstrated a dedicated loyalty to the College of Fine Arts. This year, the college will also honor Tony Award-winning lighting designer Kevin Adams with the Distinguished Alumnus Award.

Meet the Art History Alumni, Graduate Students Behind Pastelegram

Monday, November 23, 2015   |  Pastelegram
Pastelegram in the Daily Texan

The Daily Texan takes a look at Pastelegram, a nonprofit arts organization that publishes multiple online magazines and an annual print edition, all with a focus on often-overlooked materials that influence or contribute to an artist’s work. Fine Arts alumna Chelsea Weathers (M.A., Art History, 2005; Ph.D., Art History, 2013) and Art History graduate students Ariel Evans and Allison Myers edit the magazine, which began in 2011.