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TCU Magazine: Elizabeth Theban’s Thesis Focuses On How “The Fox” Changed Art Criticism

A short-lived ’70s journal that used Marxist ideology had a significant influence on the art world. by Caroline Collier Capitalism and art have alwa...

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TCU College of Fine Arts appoints Lori Diel, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development

The TCU College of Fine Arts has named Lori Diel, Ph.D., its new associate dean for research and faculty development. In this role, Diel will work to ...

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Design professor facilitates hands-on learning opportunities for students in a socially distanced world

With plans to teach online this fall, Department of Design instructor Jan Ballard is adapting real-world projects that would otherwise happen in-perso...

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TCU Magazine: From ‘Twin Peaks’ to ‘Us,’ She Sets the Scene

Ruth De Jong is a top Hollywood production designer. by Lisa Martin With credits ranging from films like Us and Manchester By the Sea to TV shows ...

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Music professor’s flipped classroom approach engages students virtually

As part of the TCU Connected Campus plan, all faculty, including the School of Music’s Sean Atkinson, have undergone extensive training to design an...

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Theatre TCU’s A.D.A.P.T. Projects to foster creative exploration this fall

Theatre TCU is going “off book” for fall 2020. The department’s faculty members, who have been diligently planning for the upcoming semester in ...

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TCU Magazine: A Look Inside Auctioneering

Morgan Hopson’s music career took a vocal turn — now she’s an award-winning auctioneer. by Rachel Stowe Master Morgan Hopson ’11 was just 2½ ...

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Theatre instructor selected as finalist for National Playwrights Conference

Theatre TCU instructor Ayvaunn Penn has been selected as one of the finalists for the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s annual National Playwrights ...

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TCU Magazine: Creativity Boosts Your Brain

Art helps the brain stay healthy, which leads to a thriving life. by Trisha Spence Eighteen years ago, Jeanette Alexander ’79 almost died. She was u...

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