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August 2020


College of Fine Arts Virtual Events
As previously announced, the College of Fine Arts will be unable to host audiences in-person at any events this fall. However, many performances and exhibitions will be available to enjoy in a virtual or digital format.
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Theatre instructor selected as finalist for National Playwrights Conference
Theatre TCU instructor Ayvaunn Penn was recently selected as one of the finalists for the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s annual National Playwrights Conference, the country’s premiere program for new play development.
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Music professor’s flipped classroom approach engages students virtually
The School of Music associate professor Sean Atkinson is using elements of the flipped classroom strategy in his classes this semester.
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Theatre TCU’s A.D.A.P.T. Projects to foster creative exploration this semester
The A.D.A.P.T. Projects, a reimagining of one of Theatre TCU’s fall main stage productions, will give theatre majors the opportunity to channel their talents into new works of their own creation to be shared virtually.
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Design professor facilitates hands-on learning opportunities for students in a socially distanced world
Department of Design instructor Jan Ballard has adapted real-world projects for upper level courses being taught online this semester to preserve the level of practical experience gained by students.
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The beautiful TCU Music Center is newly-opened as part of the Creative Commons on the east side of campus. Watch the time-lapse video to the see the two-year transformation in less than a minute.