Carolina Alvarez-Mathies Brings a Latinx Voice to Dallas Contemporary
The art museum’s executive director broadens its perspective and audience.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,College of Fine Arts
John Devereaux Shines in Hamilton Spotlight
The performer landed the opportunity of a lifetime after years of auditioning.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Alumni,College of Fine Arts,Feature
Adjustable acoustics make for a big sound at the Van Cliburn Concert Hall.
On Stage: Behind the Lens
Students channeled popular female musical theatre characters for photography project.
Laura Phipps Curates Her Career
The assistant curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art uses her experience as a painter.
Alumni, Features | Topics: College of Fine Arts,College of Science & Engineering,Feature,Friend in the Business
Marshall Harris: Arts and Athletics in France
The football player-turned-artist flew to France for a three-month residency. His travel companion and journalist wife June Naylor shares the story.
Alumni, Features | Topics: Athletics,College of Fine Arts,Feature,Schieffer College of Communication
Parisian Dinner for Two
June Naylor and Marshall Harris share recipes they made in their Paris apartment.
Features | Topics: College of Fine Arts,Schieffer College of Communication
A Stronger Voice
James D. Rodriguez is analyzing signs of vocal trouble before it can be heard.
Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Fine Arts,Research & Discovery
On Stage: Not Feeling Well
Theatre TCU performed the play I, Sick, written by Leroy Hood ’16, as part of its Studio Theatre series.
Can a Lynching Spark Change?
Fred Rouse died at the hands of a mob in 1921. Now Adam W. McKinney leads a drive for reconciliation and remembrance.
Features, Research + Discovery | Topics: College of Fine Arts,Feature,Research & Discovery