School of Art

CREATE + PROTECT: Mask exhibition showcases creativity across campus

As the pandemic continues to evolve, staff at the Art Galleries at TCU have found a way to turn this new normal into art. CREATE + PROTECT: Fashioning...

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The Art Galleries at TCU open call for submissions for upcoming mask exhibition

In a year of dramatic change, The Art Galleries at TCU has found a way to inspire creativity amongst the TCU community. CREATE + PROTECT: Fashioning S...

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TCU Magazine: Elizabeth Theban’s Thesis Focuses On How “The Fox” Changed Art Criticism

A short-lived ’70s journal that used Marxist ideology had a significant influence on the art world. by Caroline Collier Capitalism and art have alwa...

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TCU Magazine: From ‘Twin Peaks’ to ‘Us,’ She Sets the Scene

Ruth De Jong is a top Hollywood production designer. by Lisa Martin With credits ranging from films like Us and Manchester By the Sea to TV shows ...

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TCU Magazine: Creativity Boosts Your Brain

Art helps the brain stay healthy, which leads to a thriving life. by Trisha Spence Eighteen years ago, Jeanette Alexander ’79 almost died. She was u...

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2020 Senior Scholar Spotlight: Hannah Merritt

The College of Fine Arts congratulates our John V. Roach Honors College 2020 Senior Scholars! Selected by faculty consensus in their respective school...

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The self-reflective process of art making in quarantine

The students in Dan Jian’s Life Studies art class have had to adapt to distance learning in recent weeks, like numerous others across the university...

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School of Art professor uses 3D printers to make PPE for health care workers

  Nick Bontrager, associate professor in the School of Art, is using 3D printers to make face shields for local health care workers amidst the co...

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