Students may focus their education in one of three concentrations: studio, theater, or film and photography. Courses draw on the resources of Riceâ€™s active and accomplished faculty, extensive on-campus facilities, and Houstonâ€™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.
Keefeâ€™s class is about communication first and foremost, and itâ€™s not just for theater
Rice Universityâ€™s Moody Center for the Arts welcomed over 1,500 visitors for the Night
Hundreds of Houston photography fans packed the Rice Media Center Jan.
â€˜Sideways to the Sunâ€™ debuts Jan.
Wiess College junior Daniel Davis (center) explains the digital techniques he employed
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'Business and Pleasure, Fifty Years of Photographs' by Paul Hester, retired Visual and Dramatic Arts photography instructor, opens at the Rice Media Center Gallery January 17, with a reception from 6-8 PM.
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The Moody Center for the Arts will host a free, public lecture series featuring resear