Music Professor Victor Coelho in the Boston Globe

“Technology might seem antithetical for Renaissance musicologist Victor Coelho. But this lute player and early music scholar finds no discord in tuning for 16th and 17th century music scores with an iPad. A Boston University educator and performer, Coelho discussed integrating art with the latest digital mediums.” Read the full interview. Featured in The Boston […]

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BU Theatre Faculty, Students in NY Times

                “Learning to Act, but Hungry for Roles to Practice” “Sometimes in our field we like to tell ourselves that there isn’t enough room at the table for everybody. And there is,” she said — although someone might have to shove over to make space. “The people who […]

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BU Named Among Top Design Schools 2016

                      BU College of Fine Arts was named among Top Design Schools 2016 by Graphic Design USA.  GDUSA also listed Nyein Thu (CFA’16) among their list of Students to Watch 2016. Nyein Thu was born and raised in Myanmar (Burma) and is currently a senior studying […]

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CFA Hosts an Evening with the Legendary Doc Severinsen

Grammy Award winner Doc Severinsen, an American pop and jazz trumpeter widely known for leading the NBC orchestra on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson joined College of Fine Arts faculty and Students on March 31st to share stories about his career and personal insights on trumpet playing. Read more about the event in the […]

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A Message from Dean Allen about BU Theatre Decision

Dear CFA community and friends, Boston University recently announced its decision to sell the BU Theatre and its adjacent properties. Details about the decision, the thorough discussion that preceded it, as well as next steps are well explained in this BU Today article. Jim Petosa and I were deeply and actively involved in conversations with the […]

Stone Gallery Exhibition Recalls the Horrors of Hiroshima

Iri and Toshi Maruki were a young married couple living in Tokyo in August 1945, when American forces dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, the first on the city of Hiroshima, killing more than 100,000 people and ushering in the nuclear age, the second three days later on Nagasaki, with tens of thousands more killed. […]

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CFA Applauds Inspiring Young Alums 2015

BU College of Fine Arts celebrates the 2015 recipients of the Inspiring Young Alumni Awards. From left, Dean ad interim, College of Fine Arts and Professor of Art, Lynne Allen, recipients actor Greg Hildreth (CFA’05) (from left), Emmy-winning actor Uzo Aduba (CFA’05), and designer David Delmar (CFA’06), and event emcee James Demler, a CFA assistant […]