Students discuss their final projects from the fall course Extreme Costuming—taught by visiting professor Mariaelena Roqué.
College of Fine Arts News
The Design program launched wkrm design studio—an innovative, student-run design agency concept aimed at providing students the experience of working with clients in a realistic setting.
Senior Lecturer Ann Johns recreated her popular Art History course for the virtual classroom—increasing the number of students and utilizing campus resources.
Sonia Seeman, associate professor of ethnomusicology, received a Fulbright Scholar grant to conduct research in Turkey for a book project. She plans to write about music as a form of labor, and will explore the issue by focusing on three professional musician families.
California may seem like the typical spring break getaway, but for Studio Art senior Christina Curlee the trip was all business. Through a women-in-gaming scholarship program, the interdisciplinary artist visited San Francisco to attend the International Game Developers Association’s Game Developers Conference.
As the Department of Theatre and Dance kicks off UT New Theatre, an annual showcase of new plays from third-year playwrights in the M.F.A. Playwriting Program, we look back on six alumni of the program who went on to see their plays produced.
Alvin Rangel (M.F.A., Dance, 2012) will address the graduating class of 2016 at commencement ceremonies for the College of Fine Arts at The University of Texas at Austin. The ceremony takes place at 3 p.m., Friday, May 20, in Bass Concert Hall.
Many members of the Longhorn community have asked to make gifts in Haruka’s memory. The Weiser family has requested that all gifts be directed to the Haruka Weiser Memorial Fund.
Bob Duke, head of Music and Human Learning at the Butler School of Music and director of the Center for Music Learning, is among three educators who will be inducted into the University of Texas System Academy of Distinguished Teachers on April 19.
Francie Ostrower, public policy professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance and the LBJ School of Public Affairs, penned an article for Nonprofit Quarterly weighing costs and benefits of nonprofits existing in perpetuity versus spending down their endowments.