Arts and Music
The feature film "Pale" will be screened at the University of North Texas' Lyceum Theater. "Pale" follows the journey of two sisters who were separated during a post-apocalyptic depression and their attempt to reunite in Texas.
Larry Austin, retired University of North Texas College of Music professor and famed composer, has donated his life's work to the college.
Students in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas will show off their work at the 56th annual Voertman Student Art Competition and Exhibition. Students gained practical hands-on experience in crafting and showcasing their masterpieces, which were judged by an experienced fine arts professional.
College of Music jazz students, faculty and ensembles have been honored by the national jazz and blues magazine "DownBeat"with a total of eight student music and outstanding performance awards.
A screening of "The Great Hanging," a documentary film exposing the largest mass execution by hanging in history, will debut to the public in Gainesville, Texas, the town where the tragic incident occurred.
Miroslav Penkov, a 2012-2013 IAA Faculty Fellow, will be reading excerpts from his recently published novel "Stork Mountain" and provide images and commentary from his time in Bulgaria researching for the book.
A University of North Texas broadcast student will visit the White House April 28 for the first College Reporter Day, an opportunity for student reporters to discuss issues relevant to college campuses with senior administration officials.
The University of North Texas Grammy-nominated One O'Clock Lab Band has an exciting summer in store – they are recording a new album and heading to Australia.
University of North Texas College of Music student Daniel Pardo has won the $10,000 top prize in UNT's 2016 Sherman-Barsanti Inspiration Awards. Pardo was awarded the honor April 7 for his project From a Land Far Away.