Professor Louis Katz assists student Jack Wood on the Arduino hardware used to develop interactive sculptures.
Professor Louis Katz assists student Jack Wood on the Arduino hardware - used to develop interactive sculptures.
Jared Ulch uses dark watercolor paint to create an art piece.
Jared Ulch uses dark water color paint to create his peice.
Student Ivette Perez works to glaze her ceramics project.
Student Ivette Perze glazing her ceramics project.
Jared Ulch works on his replicating technique during Drawing I class.
Jared Ulth works on his replicating technique.
Student Jamie Gonzalez paints his second study of his object.
Leah Wierichs leads a Musical Theatre Jazz class for the 2016 Bailando Dance Festival.
Students perform scenes during their final dress rehearsal of 'Dia de los Mozart'.
Remaining performances are scheduled for Friday, October 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the TAMU-CC Performing Arts Center. Tickets are available at the box office.
Kenneth Gregory (Black Stache) and Ben Hudson (Peter) go over their lines at the Peter and The Star Catcher rehearsal.
Students perform in the Warren Theatre during the annual Islander Dance Demo.
Mariela Navarro (left), Brant Cloyd, and Charles Gonzalez set up a video camera with guidance from professor Nick Manley during their Production 2 class.
Student Gabrielle Choma practices piano.
Elizabeth Sneed works on her painting during her Intermediate Painting class.
Students Savannah Stirling (left), Austin Nylander, and Christopher Niesner work on programming lights for Cloud9.
Professor Gregory Reuter shows his Sculpture 1 class images of different sculpture techniques.
Xiuju Yao (left) and Sonny Martinez review graphic design mock up branding at the Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center.
Professor O'Malley explains to his Printmaking 1 class how to apply differnt colors to the same picture.
Chelsea Lux uses a Maneki-neko as inspiration while painting a abstract piece in Advance Painting.
Student Ra'Kayla Jackson focuses on fluid movements during Ballet I.
Live on stage: TAMUCC Theatre presents "Hands on a Hard Body," a musical based on the true story of 10 desperate Texans seeking a new lease on life! Tickets are $5-$10 - see our website for more info! http://bit.ly/2ooiX2m
Student Paige Lilley adds some final touches to her still life midterm project in the Center for Arts.