College of Fine Arts

School of Music percussion students rehearse in studio.

TCU Percussion Studio Takes Center Stage at PASIC

The TCU Percussion Studio took center stage at this year’s Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) in Indianapolis, Ind. “Perfor...

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Lead On Creatively: Dhananjaya Perera

The Lead On Creatively series highlights TCU College of Fine Arts alumni, students and faculty who are putting their passion into practice. Dhananjay...

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Jan Ballard, instructor of design

Poster Exhibition Explores Issues of Gender Inequality

“Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination” is an exhibition of 100 posters...

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The TCU marching band cheers for the Horned Frogs

The Pride of TCU: Horned Frog Marching Band

A sea of crisp purple and white uniforms march onto the field of Amon G. Carter Stadium. The 220 marching band members turn to the stadium’s eas...

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A Career Perfectly Designed for Lewis Glaser

Lewis Glaser, M.F.A., retires as a professor and chair of the Department of Design. He shares his dynamic 35-year career in the graphic arts at the Co...

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Babette Bohn, TCU art history professor emerita

TCU Presents: How Women Shape the Arts

Discover the stories of the pivotal contributions from women who have shaped the world of the arts since the time of the Italian Renaissance. The pane...

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John Devereaux

Fine Arts Alumnus John Devereaux ’12 is the Face of TCU Mural

As part of the lead-up to TCU’s 150th anniversary in 2023, the university is highlighting notable Horned Frog leaders who found their inspiration at...

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