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Putting Your Passion into Practice

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.

What will you study?

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

Career Preparation

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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School of Art Biennial Faculty Exhibition

September 25 - October 27

Come experience the excellence of the arts through our renowned faculty artists.

Curly haired dog


October 19 - October 21

Empty nesters Greg and Kate have moved back to Manhattan after 22 years in the suburbs. As Kate tells Greg: "The dog phase of my life is definitely over." But life has a way of giving you what you think you don't want. Greg finds Sylvia, a street-smart lab/poodle mix, and brings her home. She promptly becomes a bone of contention between Greg and Kate, testing their marriage to hilarious and touching effect. By: A.R Gurney Oct. 19-20, 5:30 p.m. Oct.…

Student Recital Series: Tuba and Euphonium Solo Concert

October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join the TCU School of Music for its student recital series. Faculty member, Richard Murrow will be coordinating the recital for tuba and euphonium students.

Guest Artist Series: Cara Dailey, flute. Janet Pummill, piano.

October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join the TCU School of Music for its Guest Artist Series featuring Cara Dailey playing the flute. Janet Pummill, piano.

Post-Processing an exhibition by artist Cisco Merel

October 21 - December 2

Panamanian artist Cisco Merel creates site-specific installations of painting and sculpture that produce extraordinary moments of beauty and color. Often his response to a location is to reimage the space using a sophisticated system of lines and shapes. Post-Processing explores these ideas through various means and transforms the gallery space into a new utopia; an open space for meditation on TCU in the 21st century, where all things are possible. The exhibition at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts runs  Oct. 21…

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Fine Arts News

Graphic Design Students Win 6th Annual Banned Books Cover Design Competition
A juried selection of Graphic Design students’ cover designs for books once banned from the public is on display in the Mary Couts Burnett Library f...


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The New Girl In Town Taylor Quick
Theatre alum Taylor Quick moved to New York after graduating in 2016 and she achieved the role of a lifetime: playing the title role in THOROUGHLY MOD...


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Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts names Babette Bohn 2017-18 Senior Fellow
The Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, a world-renowned research institution that brings distinguished scholars from around the world to th...


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Alumni Spotlight: Tyler Kitchens, BFA Graphic Design
Designing Creative Solutions for Major Brands TCU degree, class year: BFA Graphic Design, 2007 Current job position: Creative Director at Tracy Loc...

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Trinity Shakespeare Festival Opens June 13
The critically-acclaimed Trinity Shakespeare Festival opens its ninth season, performing Richard III and Measure for Measure in repertory June 13-...


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Student Work

Students experience holistic guidance and growth from renowned faculty and uncommon opportunities. During her time at TCU as a musical theatre major, Devin Berg saw the one-act play she wrote realized on the Hays Theatre stage. With the help of theatre professor, T.J. Walsh, “Mister Major and the Minor Wife,” came to life.

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