Students may focus their education in one of three concentrations: studio, theater, or film and photography. Courses draw on the resources of Rice’s active and accomplished faculty, extensive on-campus facilities, and Houston’s vibrant artistic community. The department boasts a state-of-the-art cinema, as well as a 500-seat proscenium-style theater. Distinguished speakers, visiting artists, film series, field trips, student exhibitions and performance opportunities all contribute to an immersive arts education that extends well beyond the classroom.
The Visual and Dramatic Arts (VADA) department wrapped up its 56th Annual Student Exhi
'Wearable surrealist' sculptures inspired by 'Sideways to the Sun' debut April 27.
A new series of courses seeks to further integrate the humanities into a broad-based R
Q&A session to follow with director Daniel Stuyck April 4 Rice University didn’t e
A flying piglet, a colossal dragon head fastened to a pink bicycle and a shoe-eating c
Keefe’s class is about communication first and foremost, and it’s not just for theater
Rice University’s Moody Center for the Arts welcomed over 1,500 visitors for the Night
‘Sideways to the Sun’ debuts Jan.
Hundreds of Houston photography fans packed the Rice Media Center Jan.