Calendar & Events
|10/17||Elizabeth Mellott: A Delicate Nature (Faculty Solo Exhibition) (10/17/2018)|
|10/18||Elizabeth Mellott: A Delicate Nature (Faculty Solo Exhibition) (10/18/2018)|
|10/19||Elizabeth Mellott: A Delicate Nature (Faculty Solo Exhibition) (10/19/2018)|
|10/20||Elizabeth Mellott: A Delicate Nature (Faculty Solo Exhibition) (10/20/2018)|
|10/22||Elizabeth Mellott: A Delicate Nature (Faculty Solo Exhibition) (10/22/2018)|
Fine Arts Programs
Theatre coursework introduces students to the aesthetic and analytical elements of theatrical productions. It offers a full curriculum of theatre study including work in beginning and advanced acting, musical theatre, voice and diction, stagecraft and design, costume design and stage makeup, theatre history, as well as courses in stage management, acting for the camera, improvisation, movement and mask work. Click here for the Theatre Department Website.
Bring your talent for music to Collin College, where our instructors can help you hone your craft as you study in the field of your choice. Like jazz? How about classical? Are you an instrumentalist? Strictly a vocalist? Collin College has a place for you. The Music field of study (FOS) provides approved courses for music majors who intend to transfer to a college or university and further their musical studies. Collin College’s Commercial Music program provides career training in performance, audio engineering, sound reinforcement, electronic music, composition and songwriting. Click here for the Music Department Website.
Commercial photography allows you to take a skill that you love and turn it into a career. Learn techniques and technology from experienced photographers who know the industry and can guide your development as a commercial artist. The photography world is now the imaging universe. Contemporary photography balances technique and creativity to develop imagery that evokes emotion and human understanding. As a student in Collin College’s photography program, you will learn to use professional-level equipment and software to shape that narrative with imagination and a deeper understanding of process and impact. Click here for the photography department website. Click here for the Photography Department Website.
Fine Arts Accolades
The grown-up version of The Losers Club is almost complete for the highly-anticipated sequel IT 2, with former Collin theatre student Andy Bean coming aboard to play the adult Stanley Uris. Learn More...
Former Collin College Theatre Student Cory Boulier is currently a stage manager in television and stage. Her most recent employment was with Jesus Christ Superstar Live and Dancing With the Stars. Learn more...
Collin College Ceramics Lab Coordinator Jillian Cooper was chosen to be a part of a collection of cups in this month's Ceramics Monthly Magazine. Learn more...
Music Professor Olga Amelkina-Vera has been named a winner in two categories of The American Prize. She won first place in the instrumental chamber music (student) division for a composition titled “Submerged Worlds” and third place in the student composer opera/theater/film/dance division for “All that Glitters.” Learn More...
Former Collin College Theatre Student Akron Watson is currently performing in the Broadway production of The Play that Goes Wrong. He will next been seen in the Broadway musical King Kong. Learn more...
Former Collin College Dance Student Nicholas Kao is currently dancing with the modern dance company, H.T. Chen & Dancers, in New York City. Since leaving Collin, he has worked with artists such as Lorenzo "Rennie" Harris, Manuel Vignoulle, and Abby Zbikowski. Learn more...
Collin College graduate Emmy Moon is currently the artistic director of Iluminar Aerial, a professional aerial dance and circus arts company based in Colorado specializing in performance and education. Learn more...
The Magicians has officially been renewed for a fourth season in 2019! Since leaving Collin, former theatre student Jason Ralph has performed in the TV series Madam Secretary, Frankie and Grace, and Aquarius. Learn more...
Fine Arts Venues
The John Anthony Theatre is located at 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in the C-module. Click here for directions.
The Black Box Theatre is located at 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in the C-module. Click here for directions.
The Dance Studio is located at 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in room AA-146. Click here for directions.
The Art Gallery is located at 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in room A-175. Click here for directions.