UArts Alum Matt McAndrew Has Spectacular Run on 'The Voice'

UArts Alum Matt McAndrew Has Spectacular Run on 'The Voice'

School of Music grad wins second place on NBC hit show.
School Store

School Store

Find the perfect holiday gift for any student, parent, alumni or fan at the UArts School Store.
Winter Dance Series

Winter Dance Series

Annual performance by students in the School of Dance.
Performing Arts Building C1994

Performing Arts Building C1994

Paper lithograph by Interdisciplinary Fine Arts faculty member Rosae Reeder.
Angels in the Mud

Angels in the Mud

Senior thesis project by John Case '14 (Film + Video).
Mad Forest

Mad Forest

Scene from the Ira Brind School of Theater Arts' 2014 season production.
Moraiah

Moraiah

Oil on matte board by Monika Rosa Felber MFA '14 (Studio Art).

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