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Whatever your aspirations may be, you can develop those talents and more as you pursue your passion and engage in creative and scholarly exploration.
Towson University’s College of Fine Arts and Communication is recognized as a thriving arts center for Maryland, with program offerings in art, dance, electronic media and film, mass communication, communication studies, music and theatre arts. Students develop creative and analytical abilities through a broad liberal education and specialized professional training.
Join us, as we explore the 2021-22 college theme, Humor & Satire. Let’s take a serious look at the role of humor in our lives. What makes us laugh? What does laughter do to/for us? How does humor construct our individual and collective identity?COFAC Theme
Fall 2021 events are underway. Visit events.towson.edu for registration, ticketing, and information for upcoming events.events.towson.edu
COFAC condemns all racially motivated acts of violence, dehumanizing aggression, and the systemic racism that is ingrained in every aspect of higher education in this country. Read more about COFAC's commitment to diversity and inclusion.COFAC Diversity & Inclusion
Designed by MFA candidate David Calkins ’93, the campus sculpture walk consists of several incredible works of art created by TU artists, alumni and students. Start at the Center for the Arts and enjoy the tour.Sculpture Walk
Art, music, dance, theatre, film and communication events presented each year
Undergraduate and graduate students in the college
Attendees at free and ticketed COFAC events
Year-long celebration highlights Asian American and Pacific Islander voices.
TU faculty experts discuss how to rebuild trust in media outlets.
Student-led group to highlight Black narratives, uplift Black thespians.