Congratulations to TPA students Rebecca Wrench and Ameli Garcia!
We met with Vivian Gonzalez '21 to chat about the performing arts and her time as a valued student employee.
As we look to the future, TPA Executive Director Bob Bursey shares his opinion on the arts as critical infrastructure in the Austin American-Statesman.
KMFA-FM’s Austin Classical host Dianne Donovan sits down with TPA Executive Director Bob Bursey to talk about his celebrated career, forthcoming plans for Texas Performing Arts, and how he is staying centered and inspired through quarantine.
We sat down with senior Hayley Naples to chat about her time as a valued student employee.
This week, Sophmore Madison Sheridan reflects on her experience at the APAP Conference.
Junior Maria Burgee shares her APAP Conference experience as a music student.
Senior Julio Munoz shares his experience as a volunteer leader.
Sound in Sculpture brings art pieces to life with original musical compositions through their annual free event.
Sophmore Basil Montemayor discovers career paths and a new love for the theater.
This week, senior Becca Wrench shares her experience exploring a career in the arts at the APAP Conference in New York as a soon-to-be International Relations graduate.
AXIS Dance Artistic Director Marc Brew shares his vision for the internationally-known dance company.
Senior Olivia Naworol discovers a possible career path to couple with her Art History degree at the APAP Conference in New York.
TPA's Karen Maness teams up with former President of Art Directors Guild Tom Walsh to save and celebrate these lost art pieces.
This fall, TPA students began work on The Escape Room Project to bring awareness to the changing climate conditions in Texas.
Texas Applied Arts students designed and constructed a monster habitat for Waterloo Greenway Conservancy’s Creekshow this fall.
We sat down with Oscar Corpus to chat about his time as a valued student employee.
Learn about this multi-disciplinary performance
The New York Times proves the iconic photographer Robert Mapplethorpe is as relevant now as he was at the time of his death decades ago. Reflect on Mapplethorpe's impact on American culture and join us at the Triptych (Eyes of One Upon Another) performance Sep 20.
Karen Maness leads TPA staff in preserving the legacy of the Hollywood backdrop.