UCF Grad on What it Was Like to Work on ‘Toy Story 4’
From creating memorable characters to details you can spot in the movie, character animation grad Teresa Falcone ’14 discusses working for Pixar.
‘#GodHatesYou’ is a Reminder That Words Matter
The production is part of Pegasus PlayLab, which is in its second year, and will return to the Theatre UCF stage in August.
UCF Grad’s Pulse-inspired Art Earns Top Honors at Competition
Forrest Lawson ’18 created his sculpture to honor the 49 victims and communicate the emotions and responses the shooting awakened across communities.
Longtime Professor Tony Major Remembered for Contribution to Film, UCF
Major died at the age of 79 after 24 years at the university and leaves a legacy of students who have gone on to careers as actors, producers, directors and talent agents.
UCF Looking for Artists for Orlando’s Hometown Team Mural Project
Interested artists may submit an original mural design detailing what the university represents to them by June 14.
Turning Adversity Into Art: How One UCF Alum’s Diagnosis Became His Muse
Evan Rosato 18’s tumor diagnosis felt like a death sentence. But instead of letting fear consume him, he found understanding and closure through his art.
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