Binge-worthy TV shows and movies featuring CFA alums

As the world hunkers down for social distancing season, we gathered a collection of shows and films you can stream right from your couch. The best part? All of these feature the work of CFA alums! These cinematic classics, groundbreaking series, and feel-good films all showcase the work of BU actors, producers, and designers. Here […]

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The New York Times Feature: No Theater? No Problem.

Creating community is at the core of the theatre experience. In a world of social distancing, arts organizations are offering new ways for audiences to access their work. In 2015, CFA alumnus Stewart F. Lane (CFA’73) and his wife and business partner Bonnie Comley launched?BroadwayHD.com, a subscription or pay-per-view destination that offers audiences feature-length theatrical […]

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Associate Professor Ketty Nez Receives Fulbright Scholar Award

Ketty Nez Receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Hungary for teaching at the Liszt Academy February 28, 2020 The U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board has announced that Ketty Nez has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Hungary in composition. Composer/pianist?Ketty Nez,?Associate Professor of Music, Composition and […]

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Faculty Feature: Mary Yang, Graphic Design

Mary Yang,?Assistant Professor of Art, Graphic Design, shares some thoughts on her path to design, her collaborative methodology and upcoming projects, and what it means to be immersed in the interdisciplinary aspects of CFA. Header photo credit: Evelyn Bi.? Interview by: Alex Ross (COM’22) What inspired you to pursue graphic design? And how did that […]

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Theatre Training at BU Taught Alum How to Approach Characters

  CFA alum Dave Shalansky (CFA’96) credits much of his success as a character actor to the training he received as a theatre arts student at Boston University CFA School of Theatre. Now based in New York, Shalansky has enjoyed roles in various projects, including “Gilmore Girls,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Six Feet Under.” “This program […]

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BU Today feature: Susan Mickey Brings a Designer’s Eye to the School of Theatre

This article was originally published in BU Today on February 20, 2020. By Joel Brown …Before arriving at BU last July, Mickey was senior associate chair of the University of Texas at Austin department of theater and dance. Unlike many theater school administrators, Mickey is neither an actor nor a director, but a?well-known costume designer?who […]

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BU Today feature: BU Alums Make Latest Forbes “30 Under 30” List

This article was originally published in Bostonia on January 30, 2020.?By Amy Laskowski In 2014, artist Amber Vittoria had a high-profile job at an advertising agency in New York City, working with Fortune 500 companies in the realms of luxury, fashion, and food and beverage. Burnt out by the long hours, she took a new […]

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Video: 3 Steps to Prepare a College Art Portfolio

Applying to art school? You’ll probably need a portfolio as part of your application. We’ve broken it down to 3 steps to help guide you in putting together a stellar portfolio that will get you into your first-choice college. Boston University School of Visual Arts offers BFA degrees with majors in Painting,?Graphic Design,?Sculpture,?Printmaking,?and Art Education. […]

Inside the Artists Studios

A behind-the-scenes tour of School of Visual Arts student workspace In the video above, School of Visual Arts painting and sculpture majors prepare their year-end projects in studios atop the CFA building. Video by Jason Kimball Originally featured on BU Today Stop by the fifth floor of the College of Fine Arts as the spring […]

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BU Painting Students Find Inspiration in the Boston Common

  CFA student Angelica Trujillo (CFA’23) finds both inspiration and tranquility sitting on the green grass of the Boston Common, painting her scenic surroundings. “Professors actually ask you to go out and go places. Getting out of the studio… painting at what you’re looking at instead of through a screen on your phone.” Learn more […]

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Performing at TD Garden with the BU Pep Band

  Lucas LaVoie (CFA’21), who studies clarinet and plays tuba in the BU Pep Band, explains why he joined and where he enjoys performing most. ?Learn more about BU Bands  

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School of Music Faculty Reflections: Remote Teaching, Week 3

Week Three, Remote Online Teaching In response to a Mini-Grant opportunity in the CFA School of Music, a group of faculty members is blogging each week on their experience teaching remotely online to their students at BU. What follows are the individual experiences of talented and dedicated faculty members as they adjust to new pedagogical […]

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CFA Alums on the Small Screen

You’re midway through your Netflix wanderings and suddenly hit “pause” because…”don’t I know her?”?Boston University College of Fine Arts grads have prolific and varied careers that have taken them to all corners of the arts and entertainment. See if you can spot the terriers in starring roles, recurring arcs, guest appearances, and cameos in these […]

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A Piano Education Spanning Six Countries Culminates at BU

  When Tianhong Yang (CFA’24) was researching universities where she could further her piano education, BU stood out, “I wanted to come to BU to search for a different environment, to collaborate with other fields.” Learn more about DMA in performance  

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BU Tanglewood Institute: 2020 Senior Staff

Josh Garcia, Director of Operations and Administration Originally from Monte Vista, Colorado, Josh formed a passion for arts education and earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from Colorado State University in 2015. He went on to direct an award-winning program at Monte Vista Senior High School, and soon found himself working at […]

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Opera Students Adapt Creatively to Online Learning

As students around the world grapple with the new reality of their studies, now virtual, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, student artists must drastically pivot their approach to their craft. Students in the Boston University Opera Institute were in the midst of preparing for the second opera of the Spring 2020 season: La clemenza di […]

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School of Music Faculty Reflections: Remote Teaching, Week 2

Week Two, Remote Online Teaching In response to a Mini-Grant opportunity in the CFA School of Music, a group of faculty members is blogging each week on their experience teaching remotely online to their students at BU. What follows are the individual experiences of talented and dedicated faculty members as they adjust to new pedagogical […]

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