Arts Events at TAMU

The following is a comprehensive calendar of arts events at Texas A&M University through different departments. If you have an event to include in the calendar, please click here to submit it.

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Senior Concert Series

TAMU Dance Program
DCED 402 students present their senior concerts which are produced entirely by these students.

dance.tamu.edu

Tickets available by clicking here.


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Composition I Showing

TAMU Dance Program
DCED 306 students present their final studies in a full-length concert produced as a class.

dance.tamu.edu

Admission by canned good donation.


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Perpetual Motion

TAMU Dance Program
The TAMU Dance Program presents their annual concert with dance works created by faculty, guests, and students.

dance.tamu.edu

Tickets available by clicking here.


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Student Choreography Showcase

TAMU Dance Program
Students in the TAMU Dance Program create and present their works in this student-rule and faculty-advised show.

dance.tamu.edu

Tickets available by clicking here.


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Composition II Showing

TAMU Dance Program
DCED 400 students present their final studies in a full-length concert created and produced as a class.

dance.tamu.edu

Tickets available by clicking here.


Upcoming Exhibition

NATURAL FORMS & FIGURES:  A solo exhibition of recent works by Alia El-Bermani

When:   April 27, 2016 – June 18, 2016 all-day
When:   Memorial Student Center (MSC) Room Reynolds Art Gallery

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Upcoming Exhibition

Selections Make ‘Em All Mexican, The Brown Dot Project, and The Brown Oscars:  A solo exhibition by Linda Vallejo

When: September 14 to October 29, 2016 all-day
When: Memorial Student Center (MSC) Room Reynolds Art Gallery

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Event Description: The Memorial Student Center Visual Arts Committee is proud to be present Linda Vallejo: Selections from the Make ‘Em All Mexican, The Brown Dot Project, and The Brown Oscars. In her series Make ‘Em All Mexican, Vallejo uses repurposed iconic figurines, images, and artifacts from pop culture and redefines them through her own experience as a Chicana artist. These works evoke intense conversation about how race, color, and class define our understanding and identification of culture. Vallejo’s series The Brown Dot Project articulates the national representation of Latinos in the works force by conceptualizing US data into brown dots on paper. Each “Brown Dot” piece forms an image that represents where Latinos are employed collectively across the United States. The exhibit includes works from the recent Brown Oscars, in this suite Vallejo draws attention to the lack of diversity in one of the nation’s largest industries. Together the Make ‘Em All Mexican, The Brown Dot Project, and The Brown Oscars provide an intentionally challenging yet playful depiction of what it means to be Latino-American.