Music Professor Researches How Infants Discriminate and Categorize Melodies, Timbres
College of Fine Arts News
The Visual Arts Center’s first artist-in-residence was LA-based Ry Rocklen. His installation ZZZs is on view until December 18, 2010
Texas Performing Arts, in partnership with AIDS Services of Austin, is proud to display panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt honoring some of the greatest names associated with the arts, now through Monday, November 1 in the Bass Concert Hall Lobby.
Professor Beili Liu takes third in Grand Rapids, Michigan based competition.
The Arts Internship and Resource Fair on November 2, 2010 is an opportunity for organizations to recruit job and internship candidates, publicize their organization, and network with Fine Arts students and alumni. Registration is free and available online at Fine Arts Works
Renowned Opera Composer in Residency at the Butler School of Music, Spring 2011
A celebration weekend in September will highlight the grand opening of the new Visual Arts Center at The University of Texas at Austin, a vibrant new collaboration and exhibition space created by the College of Fine Arts Department of Art and Art History.
In 2009, UT grads Ann and Malcolm Brown created the Ann Callaway Brown Endowment Fund for the UT String Project. This endowment supports the UT String Project, which serves as a nationwide example for the training of teachers and young string players. The UT String Project has received numerous national awards, including the First Education Institution Award for being the most significant program in strings among American universities and colleges, and was named 2008 String Project of the Year by the National String Project Consortium. Learn more about the Malcolm's and their inspiring support of one of the oldest string projects in the nation.
Dr. Brant Pope, currently head of the Department of Theatre at The University of Illinois, has been appointed chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance at The University of Texas at Austin, effective June 1, 2010.
Two faculty members in the Department of Art and Art History, Lawrence McFarland and Troy Brauntuch, have each been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation in New York City. The prestigious fellowships are granted annually, based on demonstrated achievement and exceptional promise for productive scholarship and creative ability.