The Art of Adaptation

In the midst of the pandemic, College of Fine Arts students found innovative and creative ways to pursue their passions and connect with the campus and community.

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Career Ready: TCU Class of 2021 Already Making an Impact
Another graduating class of Horned Frogs is ready to change the world for the greater good. Finishing strong amid a pandemic, members of the class of ...

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Art class creates collaborative art installation for TCU Race & Reconciliation Initiative
Twelve students in Dan Jian’s Drawing II class collaborated this semester on “We Can, Together,” an art installation for TCU’s Race an...

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Play inspired by the recent murder of Botham Jean by police officer Amber Guyger premieres at TCU
For Bo: A Play Inspired by the Murder of Botham Jean by Officer Amber Guyger will premiere later this month as part of Theatre TCU’s spring season. ...

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Theatre TCU students create virtual Senior Showcase to reach industry professionals
A cherished tradition since 2014, Theatre TCU’s annual Senior Showcase is an important part of the department’s professional preparation for actin...

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Alice, a multiracial Black woman with short curly golden hair, wearing a sleeveless tank top, is crawling on her forearms with her knees in Laurel's footplate. Laurel, a pale white woman also wearing a sleeveless top, is arching her back on the ground as she is dragged along the floor. Their wheelchair wheels are stacked and shine in the light. The sky in the background is full of deep red and orange sunset hues; blue and white projections of figures and constellations fall across the ramp and the floor. Photo by Chris Cameron, courtesy MANCC.
SCCDance hosts disability arts company Kinetic Light to teach accessibility and equity in dance
Over the past several weeks, students and faculty in the School for Classical & Contemporary Dance (SCCDance) have worked virtually with guest art...

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