Welcome to the TCU School of Art. As you tour our web site, be sure to take a look at the work created by student and faculty artists. We are proud to showcase the many talents of those involved in our program. Our school is a vibrant community of creative people who are devoted to exploring and pursuing art and design. Our faculty includes nationally and internationally recognized artists and art historians, and many of our alumni have achieved renown in the art and design fields.
The Art History program at TCU offers extraordinary opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of the history of art, its objects, methods, meanings, and contexts. The program features an outstanding faculty and an incomparable museum experience.
Dr. Amanda Allison, associate professor and coordinator of the Art Education Program, discusses the importance of therapeutic arts in the latest issue of TCU Endeavors magazine. Read the article here.
TCU MFA graduate Adeniyi Olagunju (’11) is featured on BBC News. Nigerian-British artist Adeniyi Olagunju, who takes everyday objects and reshapes them in surprising ways, says he’s “addicted to the creative process”. Olagunju, who has a show on in London
Ruth De Jong, a 2004 graduate of TCU, is a production designer for feature firms, commercials and television as well as an interior designer and partner at De Jong & Co., a family-owned design and manufacturing firm. “I studied fine