February 8, 2018
The studio’s steampunk rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream features students from a collaborative apprentice program.
Alicia Price Rico ’04 pushes boundaries and finds fame through Bows and Arrows Flowers.
Alumni | Topics: College of Fine Arts,Friend in the Business
The roundtable explores why undergraduate research is important in developing independent leadership.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: AddRan College of Liberal Arts,College of Fine Arts,College of Science and Engineering,Faculty Roundtable,Neeley School of Business
Students get hands-on experience putting together show at Neiman Marcus.
Features | Topics: College of Fine Arts
Saxophone professor Joe Eckert appointed to replace
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Campus news,College of Fine Arts
Professor Suki John’s new book chronicles lifelong fascination with Cuban dance
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: College of Fine Arts
At the 36th annual TCU Jazz Festival in March, Randy Brecker brought four decades of funk, swing and big band to campus audiences.
TCU School of Art hosts creative workshops for educators before The National Art Education Association conference in Fort Worth.
Original score by emeritus music Professor Robert Garwell was the highlight of a concert in China in July.
Curt Wilson and some former students brought their special style of jazz to Europe this summer.