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September 2020


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.

Miss Molly
September 3-6
Theatre TCU presents a virtual production of Miss Molly, a student-written, student-designed, and student-directed play.
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Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Virtual Conversation with Jim Austin
September 9 at 12 p.m.
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts shares a Facebook Live conversation with Jim Austin (National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum) to discuss the collaboration between the museum and Raphaël Barontini for the recent exhibition “Caribbean Fantasia” at FWCA.
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Riff Ram Orchestra Concert
September 22
Split into two sections to allow for social distancing, the “Riff Ram” orchestra livestreams its first performance of the fall under the direction of Germán Gutiérrez.
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Bah Zoo Orchestra Concert
September 24
Following the Riff Ram orchestra performance, the “Bah Zoo” orchestra performs via livestream under the direction of Matthew Lovelace.
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College of Fine Arts appoints new Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development
Dr. Lori Diel now supports undergraduate, graduate and faculty research and creative activity, as well as provides faculty-oriented programming in the college.
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Choreographing a socially-distanced semester
The School for Classical & Contemporary Dance has adapted plans this semester in light of the COVID-19, which provides a new opportunity for students to learn the art of screendance.
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Call for Submissions for Mask Exhibition at Moudy Gallery
The Art Galleries at TCU is now accepting submissions for original facemasks created by members of the TCU community to display in the upcoming socially-distanced and virtual exhibition at Moudy Gallery.
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During the first week of classes, Theatre TCU sophomores, juniors and seniors welcomed the Class of 2024 the best way they know how: song and dance.
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