School of Fine Arts

The Westerlies, from left, Riley Mulherkar, Willem de Koch, Andy Clausen, and Chloe Rowlands

The Westerlies to Make UConn Debut with Concert, Masterclass Highlighting Music Entrepreneurship

Hard work and creativity pay off, not only in performance, but in preparation

Ethan Hanzlik looks at the “Feel Your Best Self Theme Song” music video featuring the song he wrote for the Feel Your Better Self program in his father’s office in the Music Building

Teenage Composer, Producer of Feel Your Best Self Theme Song: ‘It All Will Be OK’

The Mansfield 17-year-old's composition captures the dynamic of a multidisciplinary collaboration between the School of Fine Arts and the Neag School of Education

Members of Voices of Freedom practice some gospel tunes during the group’s rehearsal in the Music Building

Voices Rising: UConn’s Gospel Choir Finds Celebration in Sound

Born from the Civil Rights Movement, the Voices of Freedom choir has been raising spirits at UConn and beyond for over five decades

Items of impact from the life of Edwin Way Teale sit on display in the “Raid the Archive: Edwin Way Teale and New Works” exhibition in the William Benton Museum of Art

MFA Students Draw Inspiration from the Past to Create in the Present

'Raid the Archive' exhibition explores the life of naturalist Edwin Way Teale to inspire new works of art

“Don’t Fade Me Out” by artist Todd Gray hangs on display in the William Benton Museum of Art’s “Seeing Truth: Art, Science, Museums, and Making Knowledge” exhibition

Question Everything: Latest Benton Exhibition Asks ‘How Do We Know Things?’

New exhibition is part of the Humanities Institute's 'Future of Truth' project

Emily Yale '21, who turned her Innovation Quest proposal into a thriving business, works on lawn equipment on a sunny day, with trees in the background.

‘My Advice to Future Entrepreneurs is: TRY!’

UConn’s highly successful iQ entrepreneurship competition prepares for 12th season

The Darién Gap in Focus: Exhibition Centers the Stories of Migrants Traveling through Panama in Transit to the U.S.-Mexico Border

"The photographs connect us closer to the experiences of migrants transiting through Panama: shoes laying across the migratory reception center, two children under a tent sponsored by U.S. and E.U. aid, a Bible drying under the sun, children playing in the river, and border officials' increasing presence in Darién."

Ping Chong, a theater director and choreographer, leads a master class at the Drama-Music Building on Jan. 26, 2023.

Theater’s Ping Chong Enjoys Three-Day Residency, Shares the Way He Sees Performance

The much-lauded artist has been defying expectations for more than five decades

Arpita Kurdekar, an integrated studies Ph.D. candidate in both the School of Fine Arts and the School of Engineering at UConn, poses for a photo among her artwork displayed in her apartment in Storrs

Laying a New Foundation Before Building Up

UConn’s first integrative studies student bridges passion for art, engineering in research and life

Japanese drumming group Kodo performing

Jorgensen Celebrates Return of Children’s Programming, Marks Ukrainian Anniversary

Once again, wide-eyed children are welcomed back to the Jorgensen for a trio of shows this spring