College of Fine Arts

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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Newly endowed award will support fine arts students in honor of the late Dr. Scott Sullivan

A newly endowed award for undergraduate students is named in honor of the late Scott Sullivan, Ph.D., the founding dean of the TCU College of Fine Art...

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Design students win 60 international awards via Graphis New Talent Annual

Twenty-nine students and recent graduates in the Department of Design have won a combined 60 medals (one platinum, 15 gold and 44 silver) in the Graph...

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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Art history professors publish books on prominent female artists

This March, TCU celebrates Women’s History Month and recognizes faculty members whose work highlights the contributions of women throughout history....

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Art at Work: John Devereaux ’12

The Art at Work series highlights TCU College of Fine Arts alumni who are putting their passion into practice. Taking to the Stage “My first memorab...

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The language of music: Associate professor launches online music theory course for beginners

Associate professor of music theory Sean Atkinson is sharing his musical knowledge via a newly launched series accessible on The Great Courses, an onl...

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