School of Fine Arts

Composer and UConn music composition professor Kenneth Fuchs, right, works with U.K. conductor John Wilson, center, and musician John Mills, at left with the violin, to record "Cloud Slant" with the Sinfonia of London. The album was released in July.

Whether a Handwritten Note or Musical Composition, Fuchs Starts with Pen(cil) and Paper

'Music is about dramatic narrative and storytelling, in much the same way as a well-written letter'

The Godwalker showcase booth at RPI GameFest in April

Childhood Dream Becomes Reality for Video Gamer Turned Designer

'My whole life I secretly wanted to make video games but was scared. I didn’t think it was something that I was allowed to do because it seemed too fun'

Jonathan XV standing in front of the UConn gateway sign.

Jonathan XV has Arrived, and Doggone it, He’s Adorable

UConn Nation got a doggone great surprise on Wednesday with the introduction of mascot-in-training Jonathan XV

Vintage postcards by Frank J. Haynes sit on the dashboard of a vehicle facing Kingman Pass in Golden Gate Canyon

UConn Photography Professor Shares Story of Yellowstone in Words and Pictures

'The park is special. It really is much more interesting and complex than one first realizes.'

Puppets Nico, CJ, and Mena.

Feel Your Best Self Collaborative Puppetry Project Wins Telly Awards

The free educational toolkit that helps children cope with big emotions has been recognized in four categories.

Two puppet characters discuss a paper sack filled with bananas in front of a colorful painted kitchen background in this video still from Feel Your Best Self's "Be a Kind Helper."

Pioneering Puppet Project ‘Feel Your Best Self’ Coming to More Screens Near You

The celebrated program, which uses puppets to help kids and their caregivers explore emotion-coping strategies with a free toolkit, has extended a license to New York's THIRTEEN public broadcasting channel

Sona Tatoyan, who's been in residence at UConn the last two weeks workshopping her multimedia puppetry show "Azad," holds her great-great-grandfather’s Karagöz puppets

Northeast Human Rights Film Festival to Showcase Documentaries, Rally Audiences to Action

The inaugural film festival aims to connect filmmakers, human rights advocates, and community groups with the common goal of sustained, transformational impact

Sights and scenes during the School of Engineering's Commencement ceremony in Gampel Pavilion

2023 Commencement at a Glance

This weekend, students in full regalia gathered with their classmates and processed together to Gampel Pavilion and the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts to hear their names called as they join the great community of graduates stretching all the way back to 1883

Drone views of the UConn entryway sign lit green for Earth Day. March 16, 2022.

Celebrating UConn’s Class of 2023

A class full of passion, ambition, and hope

Senior digital media design student Giana Adragna poses for a photo in front of her project on display in the digital media and design program's "Limitless" BFA senior exhibition in the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts' gallery

Art, DMD Students Look to Formative Years For Inspiration Today

On-campus exhibitions showcase creativity and talent of graduating students