School of Art

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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Nicholas Bontrager

TCU Magazine: Army Survival Art Inspires Project

Subjects of 1957 Army drawings find new life in Nicholas Bontrager’s work.   One day in 2009, Nicholas Bontrager pulled a 1957 edition of Depa...

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The Codex Mexicanus is a small 16th-century book written in Nahuatl, a native Aztec language. Courtesy of Lori Boornazian Diel

TCU Magazine: Ancient Manuscript Describes Assimilation of Aztecs

Art historian Lori Boornazian Diel decodes the story of Spanish invasion and the struggle to find a new identity after defeat.   In late 2016, ...

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School of Art Graduate Student earns 2018 Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Emerging Texas Artist Award

April 24, 2018 — TCU School of Art graduate student Audrey Travis was named the 2018 winner of the Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Emerging Art...

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School of Art Alumna Alicia Price Rico ’04 Pushes Boundaries and Finds Fame through Bows and Arrows Flowers.

Studying studio art at TCU’s School of Art set Alicia Price Rico ’04 on a journey that took her from Dallas to New York back to Dallas, a ...

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TCU Zoo Enrichment Course

Art and science combine for zoo enrichment design project

  The zoo enrichment course returned for its second year with the same goal – to design an object or structure to develop instinctive behav...

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School of Art students, alumni dominate Mercedes-Benz Financial Services “Experiencing Perspectives” art exhibition

The artwork of three dozen TCU students and alumni is currently on display at the Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Fort Worth facility as part of the ...

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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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Art Students Explore Mortality, the Body and Science with Sketching and Painting Project

Adam Fung likes to challenge his students to rethink their understanding of painting and how it can help them interpret the world. This spring, his st...

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Dallas Exhibition Provides Unique Opportunity to TCU Community

TCU students, faculty and staff have the unique opportunity to experience the México 1900-1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco and ...

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