Brigham Young University. College of Fine Arts and Communications
- Existence: 1963-
The College of Fine Arts and Communications (1963-) provides coursework and degrees in the fine arts at Brigham Young University.
The College of Fine Arts and Communications was founded in 1963 following a reorganization of the College of Fine Arts. As of 2020 it consists of the School of Communications, School of Music, and the Departments of Design, Art, Dance, and Theatre and Media Arts, and has responsibility over the Museum of Art and NewsNet. The college has been administered over by the following deans: Conan E. Mathews (1963-1966), Clawson Cannon (1967), Lorin F. Wheelwright (1967-1973), Lael J. Woodbury (1973-1982), James A. Mason (1982-1993), Bruce L. Christensen (1993-2000), K. Newell Dayley (2000-2003), Stephen M. Jones (2003-2015), and Ed Adams (2015-).
Citation:BYU Organizational History Project, via WWW 2012 May 21: College of Fine Arts and Communications (1963, reorganization College of Fine Arts, departments of Communications, Theatre and Media Arts, and Visual Arts, School of Music, deans Conan E. Mathews (1963-1966), Clawson Cannon (1967), Lorin F. Wheelwright (1967-1973), Lael J. Woodbury (1973-1982), James A. Mason (1982-1993), Bruce L. Christensen (1993-2000), K. Newell Dayley (2000-2003), and Stephen M. Jones (2003- ))
BYU news, via WWW, October 28, 2015 (Ed Adams appointed dean on June 15, 2015 and replaced Stephen Jones)
BYU College of Fine Arts and Communications, via WWW, January 19, 2020 (As of 2020 it consists of the School of Communications, School of Music, and the Departments of Design, Art, Dance, and Theatre and Media Arts, and has responsibility over the Museum of Art and NewsNet).
Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:
Contains photographs of paintings in the Brigham Young University art collection, as well as giving information about each painting and the style in which it was painted. Some of these paintings, although they were masterpieces, were never able to be displayed because the university lacked proper facilities. This booklet was meant to cast light on this problem and to raise support for a museum of art on campus.
Concert sponsored by the Brigham Young University College of Fine Arts and Communications in memory of Alfred Newman and Ken Darby, film composer and film music arranger, respectively. Includes program; advertisement; article from "The Cue Sheet"; and twenty-eight photographs of Ken Darby, performers, guests, and recording equipment. Compiled in 1997 by James V. D'Arc, curator of Arts and Communication Archives at BYU.
Collection includes summary of regular annual salaries of professors, associate professors and instructors.
Contains administrative correspondence and minutes collected by the advancement vice president. Included is the correspondence of Rex E. Lee and Jeffrey R. Holland, facility records, incident records, personnel files, University Relations meeting minutes, College of Fine Arts and Communications performance information, records from various university institutes, awards, and committee records, 1975-2004.
General files, followed by communication with specific individuals. Includes one folder of "Collected information on Wesley P. Lloyd upon his death. One time dean of the Graduate School."
Honorary degrees and relevant correspondence, curriculum files, Learning Services files, Ben Lewis Award materials, David Wooley Evans Award files, Research Libraries Group files, IMURA files, Weather Modification Consort files, and BYU Press files.
Contains the correspondence of Associate Academic Vice President Neal E. Lambert. It also contains information on various academic departments at Brigham Young University.
Department files for Biology and Agriculture, the Benson Institute, Education, the McKay Institute, Engineering, Family, Home and Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Communications, Humanities, Law School, Library and Information Sciences, Nursing, Physical Education, Physical and Math Sciences, Religious Instruction, School of Management, and the Library.
Contains correspondence, internal audits, research reviews, advancement and admission procedures, and other information for colleges of the university, including the Biology and Agriculture, Education, Engineering and Technology, Family, Home and Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Communications, and Humanities. Also includes college audits and information on university buildings, 1982-1987.