College of Fine Arts

Film & Media Arts MFA alumnus wins top awards at Sundance 2020

“Minari” tells the story of a Korean family that moves to Arkansas to start a farm in the 1980’s.


Arts in review

2019 was a banner year for the arts.


Theatre meets patient communication

A U interdisciplinary research team receives a federal grant to investigate the value and impact of the arts in medicine.


Humans of the U: Gavin Yehle

“I first performed at the U’s Babcock Theatre when I was in 4th grade when I was cast as one of the leads for our school play. As a young person pursuing acting, it was something really valuable to have that experience. That is when—as they say—I caught the theater bug.”


Student Life

JUMP TO: New athletic director to join the U on July 1 Honors College acting dean announced along with two new associate deans College of Fine Arts welcomes two new leaders New software allows fully integrated patient record for School of Dentistry Utah scientists dash to study Hawaii’s volcano Drones on campus Duo 2FA phone […]


Announcements

JUMP TO: New athletic director to join the U on July 1 Honors College acting dean announced along with two new associate deans College of Fine Arts welcomes two new leaders New software allows fully integrated patient record for School of Dentistry Utah scientists dash to study Hawaii’s volcano Drones on campus Duo 2FA phone […]


HUMANS OF THE U: SAMANTHA MATSUKAWA

“My training as a dancer influences how I move throughout the world, how I understand my body and how I interact with others. It affects how I think, how I process things and how I choose to engage with the world. I can’t hear music without thinking about movement and I don’t feel like myself if I go long periods of time without engaging with some sort of movement practice.”


‘THE CRY CLOSET’

The story behind Art & Art History graduating senior Nemo Miller’s art installation called “A Safe Place for Stressed Out Students, Otherwise Known as The Cry Closet” in the university’s J. Willard Marriott Library.


NEW ARTS PROGRAM

College of Fine Arts’ new Master of Arts in Teaching with an emphasis in Fine Arts program aims to advance arts teaching skills and bolster arts advocates.


PARTY LIKE A ROCK STAR

The arts will take over library plaza on Aug. 30 with live performances, interactive art, free food, T-shirts and swag.