0

ILLUSTRATION STUDENT CREDITS PROGRAM FOR SUCCESS

A BYU illustration student’s work is helping to showcase the program as one that challenges, strengthens, and provides students with a context that allows them to develop a personal voice. [...]

0

BYU to produce US premiere of Wildhorn's "The Count of Monte Cristo"

The Brigham Young University Department of Theatre and Media Arts and interdisciplinary Music Dance Theatre program will present the U.S. premiere of The Count of Monte Cristo, a new musical from [...]

0

BYU Synthesis performance featuring Contemporary Dance Theatre

Big band jazz takes center stage with special guest BYU Contemporary Dance Theatre on November 21. Note: the Essential Ellington Jazz Festival will no longer take place this weekend. Synthesis [...]

0

Dean Search on for College of Fine Arts and Communications

In a recent letter to faculty, staff and administrators, Academic Vice-President Brent Webb announced the end of Dr. Stephen M. Jones’ tenure and launched the search for a new dean: Dean [...]

0

Utah Symphony Features Japanese Violinist Fumiaki Miura

Utah’s professional orchestra, conducted by Thierry Fischer, presents a program of European classics by celebrated Czech composer AntonÁ­n DvoŠ™Á¡k and French composer Camille Saint-SaÁ«ns, [...]

0

BYU Faculty Center Lecture: Illustration Professor Robert Barrett

November 19, 2014 4:00 PM Education in Zion Auditorium (B-192 JFSB) BYU Professor of Illustration Robert T. Barrett will be the featured speaker at the “My Journey as a Scholar of [...]

0

BYU Philharmonic Praised in National Publication

The BYU Philharmonic Orchestra received overwhelmingly positive reviews in Fanfare magazine for their recording of Mahler’s Symphony No. 3. Fanfare is a national, bimonthly publication that [...]

0

New Chairs Announced for Departments of Design and Art

The Board of Trustees approved a change in the Visual Arts Department that includes the art history faculty moving to the College of Humanities and the remaining faculty and staff in the [...]

0

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 [...]

0

MDT STUDENTS: PREPARING FOR THE US PREMIERE OF THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO

To prepare for her role as Mercedes in the production, BYU student Shae Robins spent time with Frank Wildhorn and the show’s musical director Gayle Lockwood this August prior to the start [...]

page 1 of 2