Bill Christenberry, Professor Emeritus, and Natalie Cheung, a 2008 graduate of our BFA Photography program, will be featured in the Museum of Fine Arts Houston's upcoming exhibition, The Artist’s Palette: Primary Colors on Paper.
Please join us for the opening of The District Almanac, a collaborative book project produced by the Studio II class of Art & the Book program.
Congratulations to Nate Grann, a 2012 graduate from our BFA photojournalism program, for his photo story in "Hail to the Chiefs" in this coming Sunday's Washington Post magazine!
Family Day: Families Rock! is almost here and we need your help to make it a success! Please consider lending a hand during this exciting event on March 2nd filled with performances, music, art workshops, face painting, and much more.
The Faculty Development Committee met on Tuesday, January 29, and there was unanimous agreement over the exciting range of the proposals. This was the largest round of proposals to date and we are thrilled to present the recipients of the Faculty Development Fund Award.
Allen Ellenzweig, author of the landmark study The Homoerotic Photograph: Male Images from Durieu/Delacroix to Mapplethorpe, discusses how same-sex attraction has been pictured throughout the history of photography.