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Experiential Learning
The College of Fine Arts and Communications is answering President Kevin J Worthen’s call for inspired learning.


Upcoming Speech: Jared Benson, “Lessons Learned from a Creative Career”

Thursday, Oct. 17 at 11 a.m. in the Madsen Recital Hall


CFAC Alumni Achievement Awardee Lecture

This year, we had the opportunity to hear from accomplished alum Vai Sikahema, who graduated from BYU in Broadcast Journalism. From being drafted into the NFL to earning three Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards, Sikahema has had many opportunities to use his influence for good since graduating.

Click on the button below to read highlights of his speech.

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Daytime Enrollment Last Academic Year: 3,503 students

Ceramic creations from the study abroad art students. Photo courtesy of Brian Christensen.

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MUC dancers during "Encounter." Photo courtesy of Nathalie van Empel.

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Museum of Art

One of the largest and best-attended art museums in the Mountain West, the BYU Museum of Art offers a dynamic exhibition schedule that includes displays of its permanent collection, world-class traveling shows and thought-provoking exhibitions organized by museum curators. One of the museum’s most important roles is its contribution to the academic mission of Brigham Young University. From the research and study of the artworks in the permanent collection, to the teaching and learning that occurs in classrooms and galleries, the museum plays an important role in the academic pursuits of many students at BYU. The museum also seeks to connect to broad community audiences through exhibitions and educational programming.

On Stage Now!

College individuals and ensembles present more than 500 annual performances a year.

BYU Arts is the organization that produces and presents for the Brigham Young University College of Fine Arts and Communications. Over 500 annual events and performances are put on by BYU Arts including opera, Shakespeare, ballroom dance, art exhibitions, orchestras, folk dance and more.

These activities are sponsored by the BYU Department of Dance, Department of Theatre and Media Arts, School of Music and BRAVO! Professional Performing Arts in the Harris Fine Arts Center, Marriott Center and Richards Building on campus.

Purchase tickets for the many events featured throughout the year in the college.