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  • Communications

    Programs in the School of Communications rank among the top in the country. ElevenNEWS at Noon was named the Best All-Around Television Newscast in the country by the Society of Professional Journalists.

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  • Dance

    Dance is an integral part of the performing arts at BYU. Whether touring the world or delighting and entertaining audiences at home, the dance groups from BYU are first-class performers and national and international winners.

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  • Visual Arts

    The BYU 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 department being split into the Art Department and the Design Department, effective January 1, 2015.

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  • Museum of Art

    Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami is a groundbreaking exhibition, opening January 29, that explores the evolution of origami from craft to fine art and its stunning modern-day applications in the fields of mathematics, engineering, design, and the global peace movement.

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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

    Music studies have been a part of Brigham Young University almost since its inception. Today, the School of Music trains nearly 700 students as they pursue one of the school's 16 undergraduate and 12 graduate degrees.

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BYU animators try new genre, win another Student Emmy

Director of ‘Frozen’ mentors, Disney/Pixar president praises ‘Ram’s Horn’ The tradition continued for BYU Center for Animation students, who won their 17th award in 12 years from the College Television Awards, commonly called the “Student Emmys.” This year’s animated short was Ram’s Horn, a comedic piece documenting the ascent of an oblivious, cocky mountaineer on […]



Ed Carter Appointed as New School of Communications Director

The School of Communications welcomes Dr. Ed Carter as its new director. Carter replaces Dr. Ed Adams, who served as director for the last three years. Carter’s three-year term begins on June 1, 2015. Before accepting this position, Carter worked as an associate professor and an associate dean for the College of Fine Arts and […]

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