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.
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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.
We met with Julio Munoz to chat about the stage, the performing arts, and his time as a valued student employee.
Kronos founder David Harrington shares his inspiration and collaborative experience with Sam Green.
TPA Student Employee Rohan Teredesai shares his memorable moments at the APAP Conference in New York.
TPA Student Employee Aly Redland shares her experience in a city that art-filled city.
TPA Student Employee Wendy Fernandez's second experience at the APAP Conference inspires professional development.
TPA Student Employee Lauryn Hanley shares her APAP conference volunteer experience in New York City.
See the winning recipe of the Austin City Limits Radio Waitress pie contest.
Texas Performing Arts employee Tim Rogers '08 teaches engaging new fine arts course.
We met with Hannah Robbins Hopkins to chat about the performing arts, her academic studies, and her time as a valued student employee.
TPA Alumni and Talent Buyer Will Shirey ’15 organizes first-ever Winter Wind Down concert for students featuring soft-pop artists Bedouine and Sun June.
Sixty young girls from the Austin area auditioned for the one-line role of Lulu in the traveling Broadway musical Waitress at McCullough Theatre on Nov 8, 2018.
See this rockstar cellist and the Ambient Orchestra on November 1st at Bass Concert Hall.
Sophmore Brenda Stanfill discusses the affect of performing arts on Human Development.
University of Texas at Austin Theatre and Dance graduate and former Texas Performing Arts employee Neha Sukumar ’18 shares her family’s historical role in India’s Independence with Bass Concert Hall guests.