Creative Arts Experience
Creative Arts Experience (CAE) engages students in the fine arts community at Baylor, providing enriching programs of art, music, theatre, film, and literature, with the additional focus of these arts as seen through the lens of world cultures.
Through participation in CAEs, students will encounter a wide variety of fine arts events sponsored by Baylor; grow and mature in the reception, interpretation, and appreciation of the arts throughout multiple semesters at Baylor; and develop cultural literacy, critical thinking, social skills, human empathy, and patronage of the arts.
Make sure you have tickets to the big musical and any of the other great shows this season.
From the Baylor Symphony Orchestra and Concert Jazz Ensemble to Baylor Opera Theatre and Bella Voce there’s no end of great music performances this semester.
Pop some popcorn at watch a foreign film from our World Cinema Series or practice your language skills at one of our Arts Hours.
Take a tour through the Martin Museum of Art or pull up a chair at one of our Artist Talks.
Catch one of the important classic and contemporary films in our Masterworks of Global Cinema Series or watch one Festival Favorite picks.
KC Clay Guild presents the 12th annual Teabowl National Juried Exhibition. Sixty-five ceramic teabowls, made by fifty-one US based artists, were selected and will be exhibited. The teabowls range from intricately decorated porcelain to earthy wood fired stoneware.
Baylor Cherry Award nominee Dr. Hollylynne S. Lee, professor of mathematics and statistics education at North Carolina State University, will speak at Baylor at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5, in Marrs McLean Science Building, Room 101. Lee is one of three finalists for the prestigious award, and if she receives it, she will teach in residence in the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum & Instruction during a semester in 2022.
Lee’s lecture, “Data Moves and Discourse: Design Principles for Strengthening Statistics Education,” will be relevant to teachers and future teachers at all levels as she explores how to foster discourse and engagement with data. Prior to Lee’s work at the university level, she served as a K-12 teacher.
Earlier today I had the opportunity to testify before the U.S> House Subcommittee on S=Consumer Protection and Commerce of the Committee on Energy and Commerce in Washington, D.C., regarding many of the challenges facing intercollegiate athletics.
The Baylor Symphony Orchestra presents its second concert of the 2021-2022 season on Tuesday, October 5, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in Jones Concert Hall. The orchestra is led by Conductor-in-Residence Stephen Heyde, and its graduate conductor is K. Trey Thompson from Haslet, Texas.