Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts
The Donald W. Reynolds Center, one of the buildings occupied by the College of Fine Arts
|University of Oklahoma|
|Dean||Mary Margaret Holt|
|Undergraduates||799 (Fall 2005)|
|Postgraduates||228 (Fall 2005)|
The Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts is the fine arts unit of the University of Oklahoma in Norman. The college produces nearly 300 concerts, recitals, dramas, musicals, operas and dance performances each year. The college occupies several buildings on campus including the Museum of Art, Rupel J. Jones Fine Arts Center, Donald W. Reynolds Center for the Performing Arts, and Catlett Music Center.
Started in 1924 (the fourth-oldest of OU's colleges), the College was renamed in 2004 for the Weitzenhoffer family (longtime supporters of the College and OU in general).
- School of Visual Arts
- Art History
- Studio Art
- School of Dance
- Helmerich School of Drama
- School of Music
- Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre
- "Unduplicated Enrollment by College, Major and Level, Fall 2005". University of Oklahoma. Retrieved 2006-07-10.
- "Welcome from Dean Enrico". Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts. Retrieved 2006-07-13.
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