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University of Nebraska at Omaha. College of Fine Arts

 Organization

In 1911, the School of Fine Arts began at the University of Omaha, soon thereafter being renamed the Division of Fine Arts. In 1929, it became the School of Fine Arts. In 1944, the School of Fine Arts dissolved, and separate departments of Art, Music, and Speech were created. In 1973, the School of Fine Arts was re-established, becoming the College of Fine Arts in 1976. On July 1, 2005, the College of Fine Arts merged with the School of Communication on July 1, 2005, to form the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media (CFAM).

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Colleges/Schools--Fine Arts--Committees--College of Fine Arts Honors Program Committee, 1977

 Item
Identifier: UNO0005_005
Scope and Contents Memos and honors program descriptions related to the UNO Honors Program, College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program, and College of Fine Arts Honors Program.

Diamond Jubilee : College of Fine Arts, 1983

 Item
Scope and Contents An interview with David L. Shrader, Dean, College of Fine Arts, on the topic of the arts in the information age. Number 6 in the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Diamond Jubilee series. Sponsored by UNO's College of Continuing Studies in cooperation with television station KMTV. From the series TV Classroom.
Title as listed in guide to series : The arts in the information age.
Runtime: 28:44:00
Original format: VHS.

UNO College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media Records

 Collection
Identifier: UNO-0081
Scope and Contents

The UNO College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media Records comprise primarily event programs from the Department of Music along with a small number of documents from the College of Fine Arts (predecessor of the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media). The collection includes the Department of Music Concert and Recital Series volumes, 1982/1983 to the present (booklets or binders containing event programs occasionally accompanied by related lyric sheets, flyers, and newsletters); ...