College of Fine Arts

TCU Magazine: A Stronger Voice

Hitting the correct notes is paramount, but an accurate rendition of do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do is not a perfect indicator of a singer’s vocal health. ...

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Amy Hardison Tully, DMA

TCU Announces Inaugural Teresa Ann Carter King Dean of the College of Fine Arts

Following a national search, Amy Hardison Tully, DMA, was named Teresa Ann Carter King Dean of the College of Fine Arts. Tully will be the inaugural ...

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10 Things to Know About the TCU Music Center and Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU

The TCU Music Center is an invaluable new asset to the School of Music. In addition to housing the world-class Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU (VCCH a...

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Endeavors: Bold Strokes

MIDWAY BETWEEN VENICE AND FLORENCE, THE ITALIAN CITY OF BOLOGNA is known for meaty pasta sauce and a vibrant cultural scene. In Women Artists, Their...

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School of Music to Celebrate Grand Opening of Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU inside TCU Music Center

The new, brilliantly designed Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU will enhance the student experience and pay homage to its namesake as part of the TCU Mu...

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TCU 360 Features BFA Graphic Design Senior Showcase Experience

TCU 360 recently featured the BFA Graphic Design Senior Showcase, a design program tradition. The Senior Showcase is the capstone exhibition for gradu...

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Retired Longtime Art History Professor Wins National Book Award

Babette Bohn, a recently retired professor of art history, was named as the Art History & Criticism winner in the 46th annual Association of Amer...

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Theatre professor retires after more than 50 years at TCU

Beloved longtime Theatre TCU Professor LaLonnie Lehman retires this month from the university. She has been employed by TCU for 53 years — four year...

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