School of Fine Arts

Melinda Das, a tenth grader at Whetherfield High School and one of the contributors to the “Picturing the Pandemic” exhibition, speaks during the opening reception of the exhibition at the Hartford Public Library

Pandemic Journaling Project Continues to Grow and Develop

The record of thoughts and feelings collected from around the globe during the pandemic has hit the road with a multimedia exhibition at the Hartford Public Library through December 15

Guerra on location in Kentucky for his PBS Frontline documentary, After Zero Tolerance.

Emmy Award-Winning UConn Professor Takes on Zero Tolerance, Family Separation with Second PBS Frontline Documentary

Oscar Guerra's first Frontline documentary was judged the Best News Story in a Newsmagazine at the 2021 Emmy awards

Catherine Masud, Laurel Pehmoeller, Heejoo Kim, Sam Olschan, James Coltrain, Heather Elliott-Famularo, Kerry Smith, Michael Toomey, and Tanju Özdemir pose for a photo during the 2022 Digital Media and Design Faculty Exhibition opening reception at the William Benton Museum of Art

Let’s Get Digital: Benton Exhibition Showcases Digital Media & Design Faculty’s Artistry

From documentary film to motion design boards, exhibition shows off diversity of faculty expertise

Jenna Esposito, a student worker for the archives in Homer Babbidge Library, goes through the zines on display in the Liberated Zine Zone on Level B of the library on Nov. 17, 2022

Get Away from Screens; Make and Read Zines at Homer Babbidge Library

Unique resource offers students the opportunity to create, communicate, and become part of the library's collection

Provost Anne D'Alleva speaking at UConn's 2021 Commencement

Anne D’Alleva Selected as UConn’s New Provost

Anne D’Alleva, who has distinguished herself as a creative and collaborative leader as UConn’s interim provost since spring, has been named permanently to the position

Students from the Stonington High School marching band rehearse with members of the UConn marching band during one of UCMB’s high school band clinics

UCMB Leaders Help High School Marching Bands ‘Look Great, Sound Great’

Make Your Own Band Day brings lessons of performance and camaraderie to high schools across Connecticut

A Vote Here Today sign stands outside of a polling place.

UConn Students Ready for Election: ‘The best way we can be involved in our democracy is to vote’

Eyes on a critical slate of state, national contests

Sims in an elementary classroom in Willimantic, Connecticut.

UConn Magazine: Power, Privilege, and Public Education

Who is the “public” in “public education”? Future teachers in this class tease apart that question, using history and current events to examine the inequities in our educational systems and to posit real-world fixes.

Susan Jerome, curator of the exhibit on display in the Jorgensen Gallery celebrating the UConn Women’s Center’s 50th anniversary, explains some of the items’ histories to UConn student Zoe Orie in the exhibit.

‘Still Going Forward’: Jorgensen Exhibit Celebrates Women’s History with Costume Collection

Tracing changing expectations, values, and ambitions through the 'fabric' of history

Sarah Marze stands in front of an orchestra and choir, dressed in concert black, addressing the audience.

Meet the Undergraduate Researcher: Sarah Marze, School of Fine Arts

Sarah Marze '23 tailors her musical compositions for high school students and their varying ranges of vocal development. This profile is part of a series for UConn's Month of Discovery.