School of Fine Arts

UConn Reads exhibit: works by graphic design students on the issue of race at the Benton on Jan. 22, 2016. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Interactive Exhibit Prompts Dialogue on Race

A student-designed exhibit at the Benton engages the audience with a series of provocative statements.

A dress rehearsal for UConn Opera's presentation of "Hansel and Gretel" at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts on Jan. 27, 2016 with Caroline O’Dwyer ’11 (SFA) as Hansel, Katelyn Lewis ’15 (SFA) as Gretel and Spencer Hamlin ’13 (SFA) as the witch. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Hansel & Gretel Opera a Very Modern Fairy Tale

UConn Opera's production opening Jan. 30 includes gender role reversals and a witch dressed in pencil skirt and heels.

Pilot, from 'Between Sand and Stars' (Sandglass Theater, 2005). (Richard Termine ’78 MFA)

Dreams Tinged with History in Sandglass Theater Exhibit

With European, American, and Japanese elements, the Ballard Museum's current exhibition embodies the richness of modern puppetry in the U.S.

Tom Scheinfeldt, associate professor of digital media. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Mellon Grant Puts Digital Publishing at the Front-line

A new Scholarly Communications Design Studio, funded through the Mellon Foundation, will help expand digital scholarship at UConn.

Images representing the Public Discourse Project. (Humanities Institute)

Research Projects Explore Meaningful Public Discourse

The Humanities Institute has funded 12 projects probing the nature of meaningful public discourse and identifying barriers to achieving it.

Myles Mocarski '16 (SFA) plays violin during a rehearsal of the University Symphony Orchestra at von der Mehden Recital Hall on Nov. 16, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

From Practice to Performance: UConn’s Concerto Competition

The competition culminates in a concert this Thursday at von der Mehden Recital Hall.

Andrew Ramcharan Guilarte, center, as Malvolio, along with, from left, Richard Ruiz ’88 MFA, Mark Blashford MFA candidate in puppetry, ,and Curtis Longfellow, MFA candidate in acting, in Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s production of 'Twelfth Night,' by William Shakespeare. (Gerry Goodstein for UConn)

CRT’s ‘Twelfth Night’ Makes a Classic Play Contemporary

Director Victor Maog seeks to 'wake up the sleeping dragon' in Shakespeare's work.

Antonio Campelli '15 (SFA) cuts fabric while preparing one of his 'larger than life' installations. (Photo courtesy of Antonio Campelli)

Fine Arts Graduate Wins Marshall Scholarship

The scholarship will enable artist and poet Antonio Campelli '15 (SFA) to earn a master's degree at the University of London.

Ice Structure, 2015. Intaglio, relief, collage. (Courtesy of John O'Donnell)

‘Accidental Architecture’ Prints Featured in Faculty Art Show

The annual Faculty Art Exhibition is on display at the William Benton Museum of Art through Dec. 20.

Baritone Ryan Burns, a graduate student, in rehearsal with members of the Jessica Lang Dance Co. at Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

‘The Wanderer’ Combines Classical Music with Contemporary Dance

Baritone Ryan Burns, a graduate student, will perform a Schubert song cycle as soloist with the innovative Jessica Lang Dance Co.