UTSA’s most academically diverse college, the College of Liberal and Fine Arts contributes to the education of virtually every student at UTSA. In addition to exemplary teaching, the college produces quality research and creative works in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

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$2M

in projects funded through 49 grants

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College of Liberal and Fine Arts Events

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Jan - Mar

26 - 22

2024

Delita Martin: Her Temple of Everyday Familiars, A Retrospective

This solo exhibition features the work of Delita Martin, a world-renowned master printmaker known for creating representations of black women in complex and luxuriant narrative portraits.

Mar

3

2024

New Music Festival - Vocal Arts Series

Showcasing new works by modern composers!

Mar

4

2024

New Music Festival - Faculty Concert

Showcasing new works by modern composers!

Mar

5

2024

New Music Festival - Chamber Music

Showcasing new works by living composers!

San Antonio

January 30, 2024

Polling by new UTSA Center for Public Opinion research to gauge local voter perspectives

What issues do people in greater San Antonio care about? That’s what UTSA’s new Center for Public Opinion Research (CPOR) aims to discover. Researchers established the new polling center to learn about the perspectives, opinions and priorities of people living in the San Antonio region.

Lead Photo Example

January 26, 2024

Boundless: Storytelling in Texas Book Arts - School of Art Exhibition

The UTSA College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA) and UTSA Arts present Boundless: Storytelling in Texas Book Arts. This compelling exhibition, open through February 23, 2024, features an array of contemporary artist books, illustrations and ’zines.

Linda Jenkins, M.M.

January 17, 2024

Linda Jenkins To Perform UTSA Faculty Debut In The Hall on Friday

The performance is set to be the second iteration of the UTSA School of Music's Maestría Faculty Artist Series, an initiative and branding launched in October 2023 to promote public interest in UTSA faculty artist performances. Jenkins' performance is the first of five new entries in the concert series that will be announced soon. Jenkins is joined by the school's collaborative pianist, Dr. Jeong Eun-Lee, who has been with the school since August 2022.