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  • Museum of Art

    Moving Pictures: C.C.A Christensen’s Mormon Panorama presents a historic saga of early LDS Church history. C.C.A. Christensen’s 22 sweeping panoramas depict the miracles and persecutions between Joseph Smith’s First Vision to the pioneers’ entrance into the Salt Lake valley in 1847.

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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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  • 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

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New Documentary About the Militarization of American Police Wins Awards

BYU faculty Brad Barber and Scott Christopherson directed and produced Peace Officer, a documentary about the militarization of American police. The documentary follows the story of a former sheriff who started his state’s first SWAT but struggles 30 years later with what it has become. He investigates officer-involved shootings, as well as the shooting of […]

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CFAC celebrates graduates during convocation

The College of Fine Arts and Communications convocation ceremony was August 14, 2015. According to the program, 18 master and 188 baccalaureate degrees were awarded between June and August 2015. If you missed the ceremony or would like a recap, click on the links below for access to an archival copy on YouTube of the […]

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From Filmmaker to Photography Professor

Incoming BYU faculty Robert Machoian’s film God Bless the Child was featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Filmmaker magazine and was made an official selection for South by Southwest. The film follows a family of five children ranging from age one to 13 years old over the course of a day […]

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