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Annual Juried Student Exhibition 2018

2019 Annual Juried Student Exhibition

February 21 - February 28

The Art Galleries at TCU present the "2019 Annual Juried Student Exhibition" from February 21 – 28, 2019 at Moudy Gallery.  This year’s jurors are acclaimed DFW artists Letitia and Sedrick Huckaby. Opening reception and awards presentation on Thursday, February 21st, from 5 – 7pm

Faculty Recital Series: John Owings, piano.

February 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Faculty Recital Series: John Owings, piano.

Guest Artist Series: Millennium Brass Quintet

February 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Guest Artist Series: Millennium Brass Quintet

Faculty Recital Series: Elisabeth Adkins, violin. Accompanied by Edward Newman, piano.

February 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Faculty Recital Series: Elisabeth Adkins, violin. Accompanied by Edward Newman, piano.

The Diviners

February 26 @ 7:30 pm

A dramatic piece set in the Depression era that explores how the people in a small town relate to one another and fail to meet each other’s expectations.

The Diviners

February 27 @ 7:30 pm

A dramatic piece set in the Depression era that explores how the people in a small town relate to one another and fail to meet each other’s expectations.

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Fine Arts News

TCU Symphony Orchestra performs at I.M. Terrell in advance of their visit to the Texas Musician Educators Association Convention.
TCU School of Music alumni help orchestrate new arts curriculum in Fort Worth high school
  Fort Worth’s newest high school, the I.M. Terrell Academy for STEM and VPA, has two Horned Frogs at the helm as they launch an innovative art...

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Cheez-It Bowl logo, designed by Ken Gragson '16
Behind the Logo: TCU alumnus designs Cheez-It Bowl logo
Kenneth Gragson ’16, the designer behind the Cheez-It Bowl logo, credits TCU’s unique graphic design program for preparing him for the big game TC...

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TCU Opera: A Midsummer Night's Dream
TCU Opera Studio earns national recognition for two productions in its first competition
  The National Opera Association hosts an annual competition to promote opera and music theatre in academic institutions and small regional opera...

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Cast photo from Circle Theatre’s April 2018 production of Luna Gale. Shown, left to right: TCU theatre major Rachel Poole (Lourdes), Ken Orman (Cliff), TCU theatre major Thomas “Quinn” Moran (Peter), Lisa Fairchild (Caroline), TCU theatre major Ashlee Waldbauer (Karlie), TCU associate professor of theatre Krista Scott (Cindy) and Jakie Cabe (Pastor Jay). Courtesy of Circle Theatre | Photo by Circle Theatre executive director Tim Long
TCU Magazine: Students Gain Experience Through Community Theatre
Collaborations set the stage for TCU actors’ careers. Circle Theatre, a 125-seat theater in Fort Worth, produced Luna Gale with TCU’s Theatre D...

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Andrea Karnes '00 Art History
A Retrospective: 20 Years of TCU’s M.A. in Art History Program
Twenty years ago, TCU launched its M.A. program in art history. A two-year curriculum with an emphasis on the museum experience, the program continues...

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