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  • Design

    The Department of Design offers seven undergraduate degrees including illustration, photography, graphic design and animation. Students in the animation program have recently won several Student Emmys for their short films Ram’s Horn and Owned.

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  • Art

    The Department of Art is a vibrant community of artists and scholars focused on nurturing students working in a wide range of disciplines. Students develop fluency in the traditions of art and teaching while being pushed to experiment and develop strong conceptually grounded artistic voices.

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  • Museum of Art

    Capturing the Canyons: Artists in the National Parks— Inspired by the centennial anniversary of the U.S. National Parks Service in 2016, this new exhibition provides visitors the chance to celebrate these remarkable outdoor spaces, explore the history of the parks, and pay homage to these beautiful lands.

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  • Communications

    The School of Communications offers students real world experience and mentored learning in award-winning laboratories. Students can work with real clients and produce stories in print, digital and broadcast newsrooms.

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  • Dance

    The Department of Dance is one of the largest academic dance programs in the nation. Many opportunities are available for dancers including highly mentored student and faculty collaborations, on-campus performances, community outreach, study abroad, international touring and more.

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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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  • Music

    Since the early stages of Brigham Young University, music studies have encouraged students to expand horizons and cultivate artistic abilities. With approximately 650 students pursuing their dreams in music majors, the School of Music provides 14 undergraduate and 12 graduate degrees.

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CFAC FEATURES

Photo of CFAC faculty Kelly Loolsli and Daniel Barney

Two BYU Fine Arts Professors Receive Faculty Recognition Awards

Kelly T. Loosli has worked in animation and live-action media production for 23 years, 15 of which he has managed and taught in BYU’s nationally recognized animation program, of which he is the co-creator. Loosli began his animation career at age 15 as a clay animator for television commercials. In 1996, he graduated from BYU with […]

Photo of retired BYU art professor Robert L. Marshall

Retired BYU Art Professor and LDS Temple Mural Painter Passes Away

Robert L. Marshall passed away at age 71 on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016. He was a retired faculty member of the BYU Department of Art (retired July 2008). He is survived by his wife, Janice Marshall.  Marshall graduated from Brigham Young University in 1966 with a bachelor’s degree in art and in 1968 with a master’s […]

BYU Arts Season Brochure

New BYU Arts 2016-17 Season Brochure Available

The new BYU Arts 2016-17 Season Brochure is available at a number of locations on campus, including the HFAC, ASB and WSC info desks. See inside to select your arts schedule for fall and winter semesters. This link points to the online version of the brochure.

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