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January 2019

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This Month in TCU's College of Fine Arts


Solitude in the City

Solitude in the City
January 17-February 7

Solitude in the City presents a selection of twenty prints from TCU’s Permanent Art Collection that explore the shared human experience of feeling alone or isolated within the crowded urban landscape. The commonality of this experience is evident in the cross-cultural nature of this exhibition covering the span of the twentieth century, which includes American Photorealist works, Japanese woodblock prints and architectural etchings from Italy and France.


MFA Candidacy Exhibition
January 18-February 16

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts is pleased to present the 2019 MFA Candidacy Exhibition, featuring works by Francisco Alvarado, Dario Bucheli, Sierra Forester and Hector Ramirez. This group of MFA candidates creates work across different media and conceptual themes.


Songs of Kurt Weil

The Songs of Kurt Weil
January 27

Join Theatre TCU in a moving celebration of one of the most extraordinary and prolific composers of the 20th century, Kurt Weill. Many of Weill’s most beloved and popular compositions will be presented in this newly-created musical revue. Sung by a variety of TCU students, the evening will feature musical theatre classics like “Mack the Knife,” “My Ship” and “Speak Low,” covering more than twenty years of the composer’s life.


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TCU's College of Fine Arts News
College of Fine Arts exceeds goal on TCU Gives Day
Because we reached our participation goal, our challenge donors Suzanne Levy ’77 and Kevin Levy pledged a $5,000 bonus gift. Thanks to your support, the College of Fine Arts increased donation amounts by 88% and received 19 more gifts than last year during TCU Gives Day on November 8.


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TCU Opera Studio
TCU Opera Studio earns national recognition for two productions in its first competition
This year, the National Opera Association recognized TCU’s Opera Studio in two of its eight divisions, awarding a first-place prize to the world premiere of “The Falling and the Rising” and a third-place prize to “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”


TCU's College of Fine Arts Spotlight
CheezIt Bowl

Graphic Design Alumnus Kenneth Gragson ’16 designs the new Cheez-It Bowl logo

Kenneth credits TCU’s unique graphic design program for preparing him for the big game.

“I learned a ton from all my professors, but Bill Galyean’s class hooked me. That class was when I knew I wanted to major in graphic design. My parents weren’t too happy about the decision at the time, but now they think what I do is more interesting than their jobs.”


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