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Welcome to the Academy for Visual and Performing Arts!  Since 2003, we have been supporting the curiosity, passion, and endeavors for the Arts on the Texas A&M University campus and in the Bryan-College Station area.  We host nationally and internationally renowned experimental artists, support innovative experiments by our faculty and students, but also engage our community in current dialogues about the Arts.  We hope you join us to make an impact on the Arts, our community, and society. 

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    NEW "AVPA Pandemic Innovative Arts Grant"

    In order to enhance the arts at Texas A&M University and in light of the ongoing need for social distancing and similar measure to mitigate the risks of COVID-19 infection, The Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) is offering new Pandemic Innovative Arts Grants to support the development, production, and public presentation of original performance and visual art works on campus in 2021.
     

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    But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life

    November 2 - 5, 2020:  But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life, focuses on the Holocaust and communicating the impact and importance of this event in our history. The work comes at a time in our country where we are questioning the ideas of immigration, human rights, and civility for others. Each of the participating faculty will bring their unique expertise to the project, allowing a rich, artistic experience for viewers. Sequences of small audience groups traveling through the venues will take place each night. Audience members will travel with a virtual “tour guide” to various locations.

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    But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life

    December 6-9, 2020:  But Where There’s Hope, There’s Life, focuses on the Holocaust and communicating the impact and importance of this event in our history. The work comes at a time in our country where we are questioning the ideas of immigration, human rights, and civility for others. 

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