College of Fine Arts News
This week, artists, scholars and educators from across the Americas will gather in the Winship Building and the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center for the 2019 Latinx Theatre Commons Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) Sin Fronteras Festival & Convening. Latinx theatre Commons (LTC) Convenings occur in different cities across the country each year. This event is special for the LTC as it is the first time in its history to focus on theatre for youth.
Associate Professor Roxanne Schroeder-Arce essays the first in a series of articles for HowlRound Theatre Commons ahead of the 2019 Latinx Theatre Commons Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) Sin Fronteras Festival and Convening this month on the UT Austin campus.
Associate Professor Andrea Beckham and Assistant Professor Katie Dawson's project "Make Your Move: Bodies Creating Change" will be part of the performance series at SXSWedu this March in partnership with Peace First.
Studio Art Professor and Director of First Year Core Program Beili Liu has been awarded a residency at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans through the Joan Mitchell Foundation.
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs of the College of Fine Arts Rachel Martin will retire February 8, 2019.
University of Texas Associate Professor of Dance Gesel Mason is awarded a prestigious Rauschenberg Residency. The residency is located on Robert Rauschenberg’s former property on Captiva Island, Florida, where the artist lived and worked for nearly four decades.
The University of Texas at Austin Theatre and Radio-Television-Film major Claire Hardwick shares her personal experience working on "Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play," a zero-waste, student-run production directed by Khristian Mendez Aguirre.
A UT student production of "Mr. Burns: a post-electric play" shows how to make theatre the sustainable way
UT Department of Theatre and Dance graduate students and co-executive producers Khristián Méndez Aguirre (director) and Iman Corbani (scenic designer) sit down with the Austin Chronicle about their zero-waste production of "Mr. Burns: a post-electric play."
Dance Lecturer Rennie Harris Creates Tribute Piece to Alvin Ailey for 60th Anniversary of Ailey Dance Company
University of Texas Dance Lecturer and artist-in-residence for the Alvin Ailey Dance Company Rennie Harris has created a tribute piece for Alvin Ailey in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Ailey Company.