Two BYU Fine Arts Professors Receive Faculty Recognition Awards

Kelly T. Loosli On Aug. 22, animation Professor Kelly T. Loosli received the Karl G. Maeser Professional Faculty Excellence Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement in fulfilling [...]

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Alumni's Work Gets High Praise from New York Times

Moonbot Studios has drawn praise for an anti-bully short for The Ad Council’s latest campaign, “I Am a Witness” with three graduates from BYU’s College of Fine Arts and [...]

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CFAC celebrates graduates during convocation

The College of Fine Arts and Communications convocation ceremony was August 14, 2015. According to the program, 18 master and 188 baccalaureate degrees were awarded between June and August 2015.

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COVETED COPPER INGOT AWARD PRESENTED TO BYU ARTS PRODUCTION

BYU Arts Creative brought home one of the most sought after awards in the design community Saturday night for their work on the BYU Arts 2014-2015 season brochure. The coveted award, known as the [...]

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College of Fine Arts and Communications Spring 2015 Convocations

On Friday, April 24, the College of Fine Arts and Communications hosts three convocation ceremonies in the de Jong Concert Hall to honor this year’s graduates. The first convocation [...]

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The CFAC Highlights Prophets, Founders, Friends and Alumni as Part of the HFAC 50th Celebration

To commemorate the 50 year history of the HFAC, we have selected a few individuals we consider as prophets, founders, friends and alumni of the arts and communications who have either gone from [...]

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Frozen co-director encourages BYU animators to provide hope

BYU animation students learned firsthand from the director of the highest grossing animated movie of all time in a lecture on campus. Chris Buck, the co-director of Frozen who also worked on [...]

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DVA Faith in Works Committee Exhibition on Display

Pilgrimage is an aspect of the human experience that has persisted through time and different cultures. While each journey may have different destination, each pilgrim will be influenced through [...]

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Split Announced for Department of Visual Arts

The Department of Visual Arts will be split three ways commencing January 1, 2015, ending a two-year process that considered the growing needs of students and faculty, and the development [...]

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Sharon Heelis: Long Time DVA Secretary

Room E-509 of the Harris Fine Arts Center is home to the BYU Department of Visual Arts (DVA). It is here that everything must come together in order to enable the success of BYU’s painters, [...]