Arts and Music
Speakers will include many past winners
Christopher Walker works in an office on the for campus managing tasks handed to him by the College of Music's divisions of Composition Studies and Music Education. He is the administrative assistant for both areas, planning various activities and keeping them organized. But, when he is not busy juggling these successful programs, he has his finger on the pulse of Denton's thriving live music scene.
On Monday afternoons during the University of North Texas fall and spring semesters, the Denton Senior Center is filled with the vibrant sounds of a traditional concert wind ensemble – woodwinds, brass and percussion all working together in harmony. But, there is something unique about the musicians sitting in the chairs of the two Denton New Horizons bands – they are either young seniors or retirees.
Children will receive thespian training during an interactive story time program as part of the UNT Art Gallery Saturday Series.
The College of Visual Arts and Design's graphic design program at the University of North Texas has been ranked #1 in the Southwest by Animation Career Review.
"Murder at the Four Deuces" will be presented by the UNT Nu Tau student chapter of Lambda Alpha Epsilon American Criminal Justice Association Feb. 26 (Friday).
Hoping to send that special someone a sultry serenade or looking for an empowering way to celebrate Valentine's Day? The UNT College of Music has some unconventional ways to enjoy the holiday.
UNT Media Arts Chair Eugene Martin will screen his feature film "Marisol" at Denton's Thin Line Film Fest Feb. 17-21.
The UNT College of Music is gearing up for the spring semester, and February offers a variety of performances for audiences to enjoy. From jazz, to symphonic music and opera, there is something to fit everyone's taste. Below are a few highlights followed by a complete calendar of February performances.
The work of Siona Benjamin, a Jewish-Indian artist, will visit the University of North Texas for an exhibit titled "Blue Like Me: Siona Benjamin, 2004-2015," which not only toys with artistic forms, but finds new ways of thinking about culture and history.