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

Five Theatre and Dance Graduates Selected to Exhibit Work in the 2019 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space

Monday, August 20, 2018   |  USITT
Prague Quadrenniel exhibit logo

Theatre and Dance graduates Kelsey Vidic, Bruno-Pierre Houle, Lucey Erb, E.L. Hohn and Yi-Tai Chung (all M.F.A.,Theatre, 2017) have been selected to exhibit their work in the 2019 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space (PQ), the largest performance design event in the world. The 14th PQ will take place June 6-16, 2019, in Prague. The U.S. exhibition at the PQ is supported, in part, by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Helen Sung To Release First Vocal Album, Play Trinity Jazz Festival

Monday, August 20, 2018   |  The Houston Chronicle
Helen Sung at a piano

Helen Sung (M.M., Music Studies, 1995 ) will play the Trinity Jazz Festival in Houston January 26, 2019. The festival will coincide with her seventh album release, "Sung With Words," which is Sung's first vocal album and is in collaboration with California's Poet Laureate, Dana Gioia.Sung won a "New Jazz Works" grant in 2014, which facilitated the collaboration. (photo by Kat Villacorta)

Alumni Spotlight

Hank Hehmsoth Wins NEA Grant

Monday, August 20, 2018   |  Texas State University
Hank Hehmsoth

Hank Hehmsoth (M.M., Applied Music/Voice/Piano, 1976) has been awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for his ongoing project, Reminiscences of NEA Jazz Master Dan Morganstern. The project will capture Morgenstern’s first-hand reminiscences and decades-spanning scholarly research on Kansas City jazz and its big bands, as well as preeminent individual artists and their styles and innovations. Hehmsoth received his first NEA grant in 1979.