Please note: All College of Fine Arts events are virtual until further notice, as we are unable to welcome in-person audiences due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and TCU’s public health initiative to help protect the health and well-being of our community.
2021 Annual Juried Student Exhibition
On view through March 27
The Art Galleries at TCU present a virtual exhibition of artwork by current TCU students, including the best in show work created by MFA student Corrie Thompson.
The Things We Forget
Theatre TCU presents a virtual production of this student-written, directed and designed show. Reserve tickets online in advance.
TCU University Singers and Cantiamo Virtual Concert
March 6 at 7 p.m.
The TCU University Singers and Cantiamo present a virtual concert under the direction of Sheri Neill.
TCU Concert Chorale Concert
March 7 at 7 p.m.
The TCU Concert Chorale performs a virtual concert under the direction of Christopher Aspaas.
TCU New Music Ensemble Concert
March 8 at 7 p.m.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the TCU New Music Ensemble presents a live virtual concert featuring works by female composers.
“Let My Body Eat the Sun” by Christie Blizard
Opens March 12
Guest artist Christie Blizard’s new exhibition and film celebrating the 1920 performance of performance of Italian opera singer Enrico Caruso at the Cowtown Coliseum debut at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts.
On and Beyond the Stage: Practicing Disability Access, Aesthetics, & Tech
March 16 at 4 p.m.
The School for Classical & Contemporary Dance hosts guest speaker Alice Sheppard and the artists of Kinetic Light to discuss their work, provide a window into the new disability arts movement, and offer a provocation to those who would view dance and disability through inclusionary lenses.
Ensemble Concert Series: TCU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band
March 18 at 7 p.m.
The School of Music presents a virtual TCU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band concert under the direction of Bobby Francis and Brian Youngblood.
Art at Work: John Devereaux ’12
Theatre TCU alumnus and professional actor John Devereaux discusses his journey from TCU to the stage of Hamilton: An American Musical.
Celebrating Women’s History Month: Art history professors publish books on prominent female artists
Two newly published books by art history faculty members Babette Bohn and Jessica Fripp cover the lives and careers of prominent female artists in European history.
The language of music: Associate professor launches online music theory course for beginners
Associate professor of music theory Sean Atkinson shares his musical knowledge via a newly launched series accessible on The Great Courses.
In lieu of the annual Senior Thesis Exhibition at the end of the year, seniors in the architectural lighting design minor have created a website and individual blogs to show progress on their thesis projects, ranging from an airport lounge to an aquarium.
VAN CLIBURN CONCERT HALL AT TCU
Name a seat and be a part of the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU forever. By making a donation, we will engrave a name plate and embroider a purple seat drape to be placed in the seat of your choice—whether it’s your name or someone special you wish to honor.
Your donation will support TCU’s investment in world-class talent, and your name will forever be a part of TCU’s legacy.