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A BYU dance student collaborated with a student in India to learn each other’s dance heritage.
Twice in a row: BYU won in both animation and advertising at the Student Emmys.
The NBA chose BYU’s AdLab over professional agencies to make a film for All-Star Weekend.
Student advertisers from BYU continue to gather accolades for their work.
Can you imagine BYU students making an ad about selling your car to buy a wedding ring? AdLab students did and won a prestigious award.
There is an excitement on campus as tours for our performing ensembles are planned, study abroad programs are scheduled, and field experiences are restarting. Read about a few alumni who are making names for themselves and are boosting BYU's reputation around the world.
Video: Salt , which was directed and produced by BYU students, was screened at the 2021 Chicago International Children’s Film Festival.
In 2016, Myleka Bevans’s five-day-old daughter passed away. Bevans, who recently graduated in art, shared her experience in her 2020 exhibit Encounters with Grief.
Making music together. Even amidst all the necessary safety precautions, students say they are just grateful to be singing.
Esther’s internship with the Utah Symphony helped her see how making music for the masses is more than simply playing notes.
Oscar Jimenez and Luis Puente were ecstatic to learn that the short film they made would premiere at this years Sundance Film Festival.
While on a study abroad scholarship in Cannes, France, Ad Lab student Maddy Thompson got to work on some ad campaigns for major brands. It was there that she had an epiphany about her potential.
BYU senior Catherine Boyack is one of the youngest performers to win the National Flute Association (NFA) Young Artist Competition.
Student's scholarship allows her to also focus on her passion for the arts, and bring back an event for thousands to enjoy.
Most 10-year-olds at Disneyland just enjoy being there, but Bradlee Hager wanted to know how it all works. Now she's a behind-the-scenes wizard who makes on-stage magic happen.
Most kids who go to Disneyland get swept up in the magic, but Bradlee Hager couldn’t help wondering what was going on behind the scenes.
"In one of our projects we partnered with a world-renowned nonprofit that has developed a program called Poverty Stoplight. It provides a tool to identify what will help people get themselves out of poverty." - Scott James, College of Fine Arts and Communications student
Weaving a rich narrative of an ancient Peruvian culture, BYU communications student Donovan Baltich was a finalist in a national competition.
Weaving a rich narrative of an ancient Peruvian culture that survives atop man-made islands formed of reeds, BYU communications student Donovan Baltich was recently named a top finalist in a national journalism competition.
On a quest to improve music in the Church one organist at a time.
Ensemble is no cookie-cutter musical group
For student Vanessa Burnett and graduate Kelsie Moore, the Laycock Center for Creative Collaboration in the College of Fine Arts and Communications has proven to be a “sacred gift.”