For friends-turned-business-partners Lulu Fang ’11 and Amy Lin ’11, opening an art café last December was a goal they had dreamt about for years. After graduating with degrees in visual arts, architecture and biochemistry, the duo first founded Houston Art Lessons, where they taught art and sold their work under the name Lulu Lin.
OnStage blog has ranked the Rice Theatre Program as the #1 most underrated college theatre program in the southwest region. Congratulations to our Rice Theatre Program! Read more about this on their blog by following the link to OnStage.
Students in a new undergraduate course, Monster: Conceiving and Misconceiving the Monstrous in Fiction and the Biosciences in Medicine and Art, displayed and discussed photos of masks they created as part of their studies at the Moody Center for the Arts April 26.
Since the Moody Center for the Arts’ official opening Feb. 24, the 50,000-square-foot center has served not only as an internationally focused arts institution, but also as a flexible teaching space to encourage new modes of making, learning and presenting.
A late winter sun shone brightly on the new Moody Center for the Arts building and on the enthusiastic crowd gathered on the center’s front terrace and lawn for the Feb. 24 dedication ceremony and ribbon-cutting. The 50,000-square-foot, $30 million center will serve as an internationally focused arts institution.