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  • Museum of Art

    Sacred Gifts: The Religious Art of Carl Bloch, Henrich Hoffman & Frans Schwartz is on exhibit at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art until May 10. Reserve your tickets now to see the masterpieces before it is too late.

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  • Music

    Music studies have been a part of Brigham Young University almost since its inception. Today, the School of Music trains nearly 700 students as they pursue one of the school's 16 undergraduate and 12 graduate degrees.

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  • Communications

    Programs in the Department of Communications rank among the top in the country. ElevenNEWS at Noon was named the Best All-Around Television Newscast in the country by the Society of Professional Journalists.

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  • Dance

    Dance is an integral part of the performing arts at BYU. Whether touring the world or delighting and entertaining audiences at home, the dance groups from BYU are first-class performers and national and international winners.

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  • Visual Arts

    DVA offers undergraduate degrees in 10 areas of emphasis and graduate degrees in 3 areas of emphasis. DVA services approximately 1,100 majors and about 2,500 general education students per year.

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  • Theatre and Media Arts

    With an emphasis on creativity, our programs invite curiosity and imagination in collaborative and mentored environments where students learn how to tell stories that illuminate human understanding in order to innovate and see anew.

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CFAC FEATURES

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CFAC Convocation on Friday

With change in the air, April brings the excitement of new beginnings. Thursday marks the first day of graduation, with a university-wide commencement ceremony at the Marriott Center. On Friday, the College of Fine Arts and Communications will hold three convocation exercises in the de Jong Concert Hall honoring this year’s graduates. Over 500 graduates […]

Jerry-Jaccard

BYU Professor Publishes Book

Jerry L. Jaccard, associate professor of Music Education in the BYU School of Music, is determined to tell the story of one of music education’s most influential women. A Tear in the Curtain: The Musical Diplomacy of Erzsébet Szőnyi, Musician, Composer, Teacher of Teachers details the life and influence of Erzsébet Szőnyi, a famous Hungarian […]

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