The School of Performance, Visualization and Fine Arts’ dance program hosts the annual event that also stars Texas A&M students.
Faculty and staff share titles to add to your TBR list.
The new art exhibition at Cushing Memorial Library & Archives will feature works by John James Audubon and others, all inspired by the unique natural beauty of the Lone Star State.
The character has long been popular in Latin America, says a Texas A&M Latino literature and media scholar.
A Texas A&M professor of atmospheric sciences explains how climate change is at least partly to blame for increased turbulence on flights.
Led by an industry veteran and staffed by visualization students, the lab makes learning more engaging and accessible through video games and other interactive experiences.
“Viz to the Future Part II” will take students and visitors on a journey of artistic expression as A&M’s nationally-famous Viz program celebrates a new chapter in its history.
The inaugural showcase from the School of Performance, Visualization and Fine Arts will be held at the Rudder Theatre Complex.
The two-hour story of Texas wildlife kicks off a score of programming to recognize Earth Month.
The Faculty Biennial is on display through May 14 at the J. Wayne Stark Galleries.