Welcome alumni! 

Our alumni are an important part of the College of Fine Arts community. Please stay in touch by updating your contact information and sending us your news. Check out what your fellow alums are up to in our Alumni Spotlight section. If you're nearby, stop by to say hello, and while you're here, support current students by coming to one of their many performances, exhibitions and events

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Feature Stories

KLRU’s “Arts in Context” features Alumnus Jared Steffenson’s current exhibition

Wednesday, July 22, 2015   |  KLRU Arts In Context

Discover the unique combination of skateboarding and art in Jared Steffenson’s “Torque and Axis” exhibition with KLRU’s Arts in Context. Listen to Steffenson, MFA 2006, describe how skateboarding taught him to discover the hidden potential in everyday objects and how he came to combine two of his life’s passions.

Alumni Spotlight

Natalia Anciso featured in Elle Magazine's 30th Anniversary issue

Thursday, September 17, 2015   |  Elle Magazine
Natalia Anciso
Alumna Natalia Anciso (B.A. in Studio Art, 2008) appears in this month's 30th anniversary issue of Elle Magazine as part of the publication's "This is 30" feature, an assembly of 35 of the world's most accomplished 30-year-old women, including skier Lindsey Vonn, philanthropist Lauren Bush Lauren, and actress America Ferrera.

Jonas Criscoe participates in teen mentorship program

Wednesday, August 26, 2015   |  The Contemporary Austin
Jonas Criscoe

Jonas Criscoe (B.F.A Studio Art, 2006) participated in The Contemporary Austin's Teen Artist + Mentor Program, which culminated this summer in the exhibition Special Blend. Collaboration is the foundation of this community arts initiative, in which ten professional artist-mentors work with ten exemplary high school students from the Austin area over seven months to create new work.

New Edition of Scott Shattuck's 'The Director's Vision' Released

Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Scott Shattuck

The Director's Vision (Second Edition) by Louis E. Catron and Scott Shattuck (M.F.A. Drama, 1988) was published by Waveland Press, Inc. in May 2015. It is one of the most widely-used textbooks in college courses that introduce students to the process of play directing.