Arts

A scene from “Ensemble,” the MFA thesis project by Hongju (Hannah) Lim, part of the 2021 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition online at The William Benton Museum of Art.

MFA Exhibits at Benton Showcase Work by DMD, Studio Art Students

Work that celebrates the collaboration that can take place in the arts

A dancer’s image from the animation of “Prélude en Berceuse,” the first movement of “Au Gré Des Ondes (Along the Waves) “ composed by Henri Dutilleux. The music in the first movement was performed by Morgan Lee ’22 SFA, a doctoral candidate in piano, and animated by Jonathan Goodrich ’21 SFA.

‘Along the Waves’ Puts Music in Motion Through Animation

'Along the Waves' premieres April 21 at 6 p.m. online

Chris Thile holding a mandolin in a posed photograph. He will perform virtually for a UConn audience on April 17.

Chris Thile Returns to Jorgensen Center for Solo Performance on Digital Stage

The Grammy winner will perform for a virtual audience on April 17 at 8 p.m.

UConn School of Fine Arts Conference Celebrates 50 Years of Joni Mitchell’s ‘Blue’

The conference will feature discussions of her work and performances of her music

One of Kollwitz's characteristically stark etchings, this depicts workers mourning the German Communist Karl Liebknecht, who was murdered by state forces in 1919.

Benton Exhibition Explores Work of Käthe Kollwitz, Who Used Art as Platform for Activism

This is the first solo exhibition of the artist's work at UConn since 2007

Good neighbors: Students cross the street from the Palace Theater to UConn Waterbury shortly before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

UConn Waterbury’s Stuart Brown Helps Keep the Buzz for Broadway Going Until the Palace Theater Lights Are Back On

After the pandemic forced theaters to close, Brown pitched in to help UConn Waterbury's neighbor keep audiences engaged.

Ben Folds, who will play virtually at UConn on March 4, seated behind a piano during a concert.

Musical Influencer Ben Folds Opens Jorgensen Digital Stage Spring Season

The multifaceted musician will perform virtually at UConn on March 4.

‘Amplifying Black Voices in Hollywood’ Debuts DMD Speaker Series

A focus on topics ranging from lack of Black representation on writing staffs to the distorted perspectives of TV crime dramas.

KEY WEST, FLORIDA, USA - 1982: American playwright Tennessee Williams (1911 - 1983) pictured at his desk with papers and various objects including half consumed bottles of wine in the office room of the house he owned in Key West, Florida, shortly before his death in 1983. A Tiffany lamp sits on the desk alongside a lamp with a dented shade and a typewriter. (Photo by Derek Hudson/Getty Images)

Tennessee Williams, Shakespeare Highlight Virtual CRT Spring Season

Student actors will interpret the work of the famous playwrights in the new and challenging medium of Zoom theater.

“Devil's Punch Bowl #129” (1885-1890), albumen print by Truman Ward Ingersoll. Gift of Samuel Charters and Ann Charters.

Benton ‘Anthropocene’ Exhibit Highlights Human Impact on Environment

Exploring humans' effect on the planet through centuries of art.