School of Fine Arts

Spring 2020 Scholarship Facilitation Fund Announcement

Through this program, the OVPR is able to provide up to $2,000 to UConn faculty across all disciplines, on a competitive basis, to promote, support, and enhance research, scholarship and creative endeavors.

UConn Prof. Janet Pritchard is documenting the complexities of life along the Connecticut River watershed through photography, as in this picture of fly fishing in Pittsburg, N.H. (Photo courtesy of Janet Pritchard)

Janet Pritchard Considers the Lay of the Land with her Photography

UConn's Janet Pritchard talks about her approach to landscape photography as a blending of past and present.

Materials arrayed on a table for the Ballard Institute paper puppet workshop.

Ballard Moves Puppet Workshops Online for Family Fun at Home

Undaunted by coronavirus closures, the Ballard Institute Museum of Puppetry is taking its popular puppet-making workshops online.

Student actors perform onstage in the play, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time."

Solving the Mystery of the Curious Incident of the Dog at CRT

A new play at UConn will offer a performance specifically for audience members with sensory-input disorders.

Social Media Analytics to Break Through the Political Noise

UConn's Social Media Analytics Command Center will provide valuable insights about the mood of the country during the 2020 election.

A group of students in front of the Student Union during an antiwar protest on October 15, 1969.

UConn Through the Viewfinder: Howard Goldbaum’s Campus News Photos

A new exhibit at the Benton Museum of Art captures the turbulence of the late 1960s on campus through the eyes of a student photographer.

A drawing by R. Crumb entitled "Keep On Truckin'"

Keep on Truckin’ with the Art of R. Crumb at Contemporary Art Galleries

A new exhibit at UConn features a vast collection of art and memorabilia related to famed underground 'comix' artist R. Crumb.

Members of the UConn Dance Company perform during their Winter Showcase at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts on Feb. 4, 2020. (UConn Photo/Sean Flynn)

UConn Dance Company: Winter Showcase

A photo gallery captures some of the beauty and grace on display at the UConn Dance Company's Winter Showcase on Feb. 4.

Kenneth Fuchs teaches a music composition class at UConn.

UConn Magazine: A Grammy for Professor Fuchs

For UConn's Kenneth Fuchs, the road to winning music's most cherished prize began in a humble church choir.

Louanne Cooley and fellow UConn students at COP25 in Madrid

Louanne Cooley LAW ’20 Joins UConn COP25 Fellows

At COP25, the United Nations’ annual conference on climate change, participants looked at the problem from many angles. For UConn Law student Louanne Cooley LAW ’20, the most promising ideas came from discussions around climate law and policy. Nearly 200 countries sent delegates to Madrid for the conference, and thousands of scholars, activists and scientists […]