Creativity Can Change the World
Support the exciting, dedicated, and imaginative College of Fine Arts community by making a 40 for Forty gift now.
We are a diverse group of dancers, musicians, painters, teachers, historians, designers, actors, singers, sculptors, programmers, researchers, costume makers, and more. But we are united by a belief that creativity and collaboration can change the world.
Share your passion for Art and Art History, Music, Theatre and Dance, and Design and Creative Technologies by investing in our students and their futures.
Your #UT40for40 gift will support students like …
Qualee Marshall, Acting Freshman
“I have wanted to be an actress since the first grade. I found that theatre is one of the best ways for me to have a voice and express what I feel we need to change in the world. That is why my College of Fine Arts scholarship means so much to me. It has given me the opportunity to achieve what I believe is my life’s purpose.”
Logan Larsen, Studio Art and Art History Sophomore
“The scholarship support I’ve received over the past two years has made all the difference in my education and experience here. I don’t have to worry about working another job to sustain myself, which means I can dedicate all my time to my studies and practice. I know how vital our donors have been in my life and I’m so grateful that I have received the support that I have gotten so far; my time at UT would not be nearly as valuable without it.”
Analisa Jimenez, Music Studies Junior
“I’m honored to be a part of the Butler School of Music because I get to work with friends, graduate students, and professors who all want to create and inspire others with music. Donations like yours are so important to me and my peers because it reminds us that our work and efforts are appreciated. It means the world to me that people care about what we’re creating in practice rooms, classrooms, and performance halls.”
Andrew Rodriguez, Theatre Studies Junior
“Your generosity fosters the growth of students with great dreams and ambitions and helps them create work that is thought-provoking and exciting. It is through your unwavering kindness that we are able to form a creative community and make positive changes to the world we live in. Thank you for supporting young, aspiring artists like me.”
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