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 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.
You may have seen them perform, viewed their artwork, or taken a class with them, and now you have the opportunity to meet the person behind the creation through fascinating profiles of students, faculty and alumni in our college newsletter, COFAC Today.
The ROARing Twenties – events, screenings, exhibitions, and coursework offer a fascinating look into the surprising connections between the 1920s and 2020.
This fall experience our galleries from the comfort of your own home. On view: All Decked Out and All Night Party on view August 28–December 12, 2020.
Department of Communication Studies restructures curriculum, expands major to TUNE
Kate Collins named President of the Community Arts Caucus for NAEA
View events in the Arts and Culture Brochure.