“Ballet in Concert” brings “Sleeping Beauty” and modern masterpieces by Balanchine and Arpino to audiences. The BYU Department of Dance hopes to introduce new fans to the splendor of ballet with [...]
The choir will take six pieces to the Kansas City conference, including an arrangement by Ryan Murphy commissioned for the event A program at the National Conference of the American Choral [...]
Bigelow plans to collaborate with professors in the BYU dance and art departments Viola professor Claudine Bigelow’s new research will take her back to her roots as she seeks to connect [...]
The lecture will take place on Thursday, March 7 at 11 a.m. in the Madsen Recital Hall In March’s Faith + Works lecture, Department of Dance professor Marin Roper will present to students, [...]
BYU’s animation bachelor of science program was ranked first in the nation by Animation Career Review in 2018. Read more and see some of the animation students’ best work in BYU Magazine.
BYU’s Museum of Art will be hosting a guided tour of the exhibition “Pulitzer Prize Photographs” on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 12:10 p.m. The exhibit closes on March 3, so the tour will be one of the [...]
Dancers can struggle with eating disorders and perfectionism, but dancing environments can play a major role in helping dancers be mentally healthy. BYU dance professors are striving to make [...]
Three BYU graduates teamed up to bring their influence to the Provo art scene on Friday, Feb. 1 in the Tiny Art Show. The Tiny Art Show is a community project started by BYU graduate McKay Lenker [...]
School of Communications Professor Kevin John used eye tracking technology to map how men process body image differently than women. Read more about his research here.