Texas Performing Arts’ ArtesAméricas Program, in partnership with Cultura UDG (The Culture & Arts Division of the University of Guadalajara in Mexico), presents José Hernández-Claire’s photographic essay entitled National Exodus: Immigration Into the US.
AUSTIN, Texas — Theatre history scholar and University of Texas at Austin Professor Emeritus Oscar G. Brockett died on Nov. 7 in Austin, Texas, at the age of 87 due to complications following a massive stroke.
Brockett was a professor emeritus in The University of Texas at Austin’s Department of Theatre and Dance and was head of the doctoral program in Theatre History from 1980-2006. He was presented the College of Fine Arts E. William Doty Award in 1998 to recognize him as an individual of distinction in his field who has demonstrated extraordinary interest in the college.
Texas Performing Arts, in partnership with AIDS Services of Austin, is proud to display panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt honoring some of the greatest names associated with the arts, now through Monday, November 1 in the Bass Concert Hall Lobby.
Professor Beili Liu takes third in Grand Rapids, Michigan based competition.
Posted: Friday, October 8, 2010
Arts Internship and Resource Fair Registration Now Open for Employers and Organizations.
The Arts Internship and Resource Fair on November 2, 2010 is an opportunity for organizations to recruit job and internship candidates, publicize their organization, and network with Fine Arts students and alumni. Registration is free and available online at Fine Arts Works