Ross Gay introduces himself at the Ross Gay lecture event.

Ross Gay spreads delight at reading

Poet and writer Ross Gay visited campus for a prose reading, Q&A and book signing
Samara Gerstle, News Reporter March 2, 2023

On Tuesday Feb. 21, Ross Gay, poet and creative nonfiction writer, visited Trinity as a part of the annual Stieren Arts Enrichment Series (SAES) for the English program. The English department held a Q&A...

Student vendors sell their art to other students at Wednesdays Art Market, hosted by Trinity Art Collective and the Student Programming Board.

Trinity Art Collective hosts their second-ever art market

The event, co-hosted by SPB, allowed student artists and performers to share their works
Monica Martinez, News Reporter November 18, 2022

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the Center for the Sciences and Innovation (CSI) breezeway was filled with canopies and tables where Trinity students sold and showcased their art. The fall art market, hosted by...

Blue Star Arts Complex is home to several event venues hosting art exhibitions and sales.

First Fridays at the Blue Star Contemporary

San Antonio’s monthly art festival showcases local artists, musicians, vendors and more
Spencer Schyma, Arts and Entertainment Reporter October 13, 2022

On the first Friday of every month, the city descends on the King William Historic District. Traffic is thick, parking is thin and the district buzzes with tangible energy that pulses down the street....

Coping through creativity

Coping through creativity

The use of creative outlets to help cope with the new normal
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist December 2, 2021

As we near the end of our first full official semester back in person on-campus after the COVID-19 evacuation in March 2020, returning to “normal” has been different than envisioned. For some, returning...

Titane: Creatively macabre, darkly funny and surprisingly moving

Titane: “Creatively macabre, darkly funny and surprisingly moving”

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist November 18, 2021

"Titane" is the latest body horror film from French director Julia Ducournau. It premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival and won the Palme d'Or, the most prestigious award of the festival (previous...

Dune expertly blends cinematography and sound

Dune expertly blends cinematography and sound

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist November 11, 2021

“Dune: Part One” is the latest film from Denis Villeneuve, the filmmaker behind “Blade Runner 2049,” “Arrival” and “Incendies.” The first half of Villeneuve’s two-part adaptation of Frank...

The curated sound of KRTU

The curated sound of KRTU

Students gain on-air experience while exploring new music
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist October 28, 2021

KRTU is the independent radio station owned by Trinity University which plays jazz music from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and indie rock music from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. every day on channel FM 91.7. The station has...

2021 Texas Art Biennial on view at five museums across the state

2021 Texas Art Biennial on view at five museums across the state

Exhibition combines contemporary artworks from Texas-based and non-Texas-based artists
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist October 14, 2021

The 2021 Texas Art Biennial, titled A New Landscape, A Possible Horizon, puts some of the latest, most innovative contemporary art on view at five art galleries and museums across San Antonio and Houston...

Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

"365 Days/365 Plays,” directed by professor Kyle Gillett, comes to stage on Oct. 1
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter September 23, 2021

Rachel Joseph, associate professor for theatre, is directing the department’s second show of the fall semester, “Silent Retreat.” In preparing for this upcoming show, Joseph has not forgotten the...

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For the Record: a review of CTV3: Cool Tapes Vol. 3 by Jaden

Christian Settles September 10, 2020
Jaden’s third mixtape departs from his previous style and gives listeners an array of songs to chill and vibe to.
Student Jimmy Phan practices for his piano class with Dr. Carolyn True on campus. Students are a assigned a specific practice room, and must use a weekly sign up form to indicate their reservations. Additionally, students are responsible for wiping down pianos after use, and allowing the room to air out for fifteen minutes when they have finished practicing. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

The show must go on: Fine Art departments go remote

Joshua Anaya September 3, 2020
Fine arts faculty plan virtual performances, creative exploration and effective learning despite uncertainty.
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“Useless” degrees: Not so useless after all

Julian Valdez September 3, 2020
Why I chose to become a philosophy major
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