Journalism junior Michael Baez, theatre and dance senior Callie Hacker and theatre and dance junior Selina Rosales raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease through interactive art installation called “Eye See ... I Forget,”as part of The Cohen New Works Festival presented by Broadway Bank.
College of Fine Arts News
Robert Duke, professor from the Butler School of Music and director of the Center for Music Learning, received a $25,000 award for the Friar Centennial Teaching Fellowship.
Will Davis (M.F.A. in Directing '13) received Outstanding Director of a Play - HAYES Production and Andrew Hinderaker (M.F.A. in Theatre '13) was honored with The Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding Original New Play or Musical for COLOSSAL.
The Design Institute for Health is a first-of-its-kind institution dedicated to applying design thinking and creative solutions to the nation’s health care challenges—and integrating that perspective into medical education and community health programs. The institute is a collaboration between the new Dell Medical School and the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin, leaders from the two schools announced at The Contemporary Austin–Jones Center on Monday, the first day of the inaugural South by Southwest Health and MedTech Expo.
A bouquet of aluminum canoes and boats blossoms over a busy pedestrian intersection on the University of Texas campus.Called “Monochrome for Austin,” the sculpture by Nancy Rubins stands 50 feet tall and stretches about as wide. Commissioned by UT’s public art program, Landmarks, it is now the largest sculpture on the UT campus.
Spend any time on the Forty Acres, and you’ll find yourself encountering some rather extraordinary art, even if you don’t seek it out — and often without setting foot inside a building. That’s due in large part to Landmarks, the university’s public art program that launched in 2008.
Discoveries in Art and Health: UT’s College of Fine Arts Announces Guest Residencies for Spring 2015
AUSTIN, Texas —The College of Fine Arts (COFA) at The University of Texas at Austin will offer three opportunities this spring for members of the university and the health community to attend lectures by noted speakers on issues illuminating connections among the arts, innovative thinking and healthcare. Through the lecture series, the College of Fine Arts hopes to promote a broader vision of career options to its students.
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.
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.