From the Texas premieres of Rappahannock County and The Infernal Comedy starring John Malkovich, to an evening with four-time Grammy Award-winning soprano Dawn Upshaw, to a return engagement by the National Theatre of Scotland performing the state premiere of Long Gone Lonesome, the 2011-2012 Texas Performing Arts Season continues to bring world-class entertainment experiences to Central Texas audiences.
College of Fine Arts News
From 3000 applicants, Stuart and Webster were selected in the areas of Anthropology and Cultural Studies and Fine Arts Research respectively.
Memorial celebration of Kelly's life and art will be held April 23, 5-7 p.m. at Austin Museum of Art-Laguna Gloria
Exhibition closes March 12
Landmarks Purchases ‘Circle with Towers’ from Madison Square Park Conservancy
Jules Buck Jones (M.F.A., Studio Art, 2008) first solo exhibition at Champion, Animal Again, is comprised of new works on paper, video, and a massive installation, all of which extend his investigation into the concepts of wildlife, natural science, mythology, and abstraction. Animal Again builds on Jones earlier work by bringing together both drawing and sculpture – choppier, heavier marks abstract the mask-like animal forms.
Animal Again will be on view from February 25 through March 19, 2011.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11-6 PM.
Broadway performer and multiple Tony Award nominee leads Dietz’s comedic play in Denver
Humorist, playwright and storyteller Kevin Kling visited campus to teach and perform for theatre students
Prominent choral director made profound impact in choral arts
Schmidt Granted Professor Emeritus Status, Establishes Endowment for Theatre Design