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.
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.
A guide to books published by College of Fine Arts faculty during the 2016-17 academic year.
Over three decades, Michael Gillespie has continued to paint and follow the ambitions that inspired him to study studio art.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan is busy these days. The film Hacksaw Ridge, co-written by Schenkkan and directed by Mel Gibson, has been nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor. The Great Society, the follow-up to the Tony Award-winning All the Way about President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s time in the White House, is currently enjoying its Texas premiere in a production at the Zach Theatre in Austin. And Schenkkan has his hands in multiple ongoing projects, both in film and theatre. We caught up with him recently to learn more about his work and creative process.
Studio art alumnus Woody Green discusses the journey that led him from sculpture to earning a place in the inaugural class of University of Texas at Austin’s Dell Medical School. Now he uses his creativity and visual thought process to prepare for a career as a doctor.