The School of Communications maintains labs that offer state-of-the-art facilities to allow students to practice professional skills they learn in the classroom.
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.
The Barlow Endowment celebrates excellence in music composition. Learn more about the endowment and those who benefit from it here.
Check out the CFAC blog to stay up-to-date on students, alumni and faculty projects and news.
Looking for ways to give back? Donate to the college and support dancers, artists, actors, filmmakers, communicators and musicians as they follow their dreams.
Want to work on a student film? Click here to find out what student films are shooting and how to join their production team.
The Music Dance Theatre (MDT) program at Brigham Young University is an interdisciplinary, limited enrollment program designed to train young performers for a career in musical theatre and related performance disciplines.