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Join a passionate community that fuels your talents and sparks your personal growth. TCU’s College of Fine Arts is a hub of scholarship and creativity in North Texas for musicians, designers, artists and more. From here, you’ll access a dazzling array of art museums, performing companies, symphonies and theatres, as well as industry leaders in design and fashion merchandising.

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The 33 areas of undergraduate study and 24 areas of graduate study lay a foundation of excellence through academic and artistic rigor.

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We empower individuals to pursue their passions, elevating the arts through their intelligence, talent and values. Horned Frogs are prepared to be global leaders.

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College of Fine Arts Academic Unit Changes
Effective June 1, 2019, two departments in the College of Fine Arts will be renamed. The Department of Design will include graphic design, interior de...

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Susan Douglas Roberts
TCU Magazine: Staying Young and Present Through Dance
Dance professor Susan Douglas Roberts explores liveliness and defining virtuosity as a performer. Susan Douglas Roberts once thought virtuosity was ab...

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Yvonne Cao and Stan Richards
Graphic Design professor interviews Stan Richards
Yvonne Cao, assistant professor of graphic design, sat down to interview Stan Richards, founder and creative director of The Richards Group, during h...

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TCU Magazine: Show Your Syllabus: Corporate Identity
Students combine creativity with market standards as they learn methods and practices for designing a consistent visual brand for a company. About the...

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Stefanie Ball '07 MA Art History
A Retrospective: 20 Years of TCU’s M.A. in Art History Program Series – Q&A with Stefanie Ball ’07
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 continue...

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