The College of Fine Arts recently had the opportunity to highlight some of our new and evolving programs at SXSW this month. The University of Texas hosted their second “UT Live” event this year at 3Ten ACL Live. The college participated with the program “Designing an Arts College for the Future,” which covered how the college is evolving and shared the work of two graduate students.
The college launched two new scholarships this semester that allow students to get support as they pursue unpaid internships.
Yuliya Lanina is a multi-media artist who is currently teaching AET 102: “Gender, Race and Technology.” The course is designed to expand students' awareness of issues affecting women and minorities in the creative and technological fields, and she has invited guest speakers from around the world to meet with her students. We caught up with her recently to learn more about her AET course.
Shelton Lewis, the college’s new director of recruitment and enrollment management, discusses his new role in the college and his goals for the program.
New technology available in The Foundry is sparking creativity and expanding opportunity.
The Butler School of Music’s new young professional string quartet reaches beyond expectations of the genre to create a uniquely American style.
Over five days, students will showcase 35 new works to about 7,000 audience members as part of the Cohen New Works Festival.
Ann Johns, distinguished senior lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History shares the lessons learned in her first semester teaching art history through an online platform.
Dean Doug Dempster discusses art, science and invention, and the importance of the arts in an increasingly technology-driven world.
In Susan Rather’s newest art history course, students learn the observation skills of art historians and how those skills can be applied in practicing medicine.