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The Annual Art Faculty Exhibition opens the new year with a dynamic mix of recent works by the faculty artists of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance.
The Fall 2013 BFA Graduating Artists Exhibition opens to the public on Friday, November 22nd 6-8pm at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Please join us for a very special event on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 at 7:00PM at the FSU Bookstore for our last book signing of the year for David Gussak’s Art on Trial: Art Therapy in Capital Murder Cases!.
Florida State University paid tribute to one of its former vice presidents when it named a newly acquired building that will house art studios and workshops in honor of the late John R. Carnaghi.
Sarasota, FL – The Ringling adds to its contemporary art offerings with the debut of the Philip and Nancy Kotler Glass Collection.
In November, the Facility for Arts Research (FAR) welcomed its inaugural formLab Project Fellow, Michael Rees. FAR also celebrated the opening of its exhibit, FAR Exchanges: Interactions with SCAP and formLab.
For the past few months the artists at Master Craftsman Studio have been working on glass interior walls for a mixed use office building in Austin, Texas. Also currently in the works, an installation for the Thomasville Public Library.
The second year company of actors at the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training open their 2013-14 season on Wednesday.
Jack Freiberg, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, and Associate Dean of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance, announces his forthcoming (2014) book with Cambridge University Press entitled, Bramante’s Tempietto,the Roman Renaissance, and the Spanish Crown.
Three of FSU’s award winning painting faculty will be participating during Art Basel Miami Beach.
FSU Art Education alumni Kathleen Carter (MS ’91) and students of her Starry Night Studio in Tallahassee, FL have been given the honor of designing and creating the ornaments for the State of Florida tree as part of the National Christmas Tree Display in President’s Park in Washington, D.C.
This November, two School of Theatre alums will be coming to a theater near you! Also, upcoming events for Theatre include The Love of the Nightingale, Winnie-the-Pooh, 2013 Benefit Concert.
Bessie award-winning choreographer Beth Gill comes to MANCC with support from the Hatchery Project for a concentrated research period to develop her current project New Work for the Desert.
Florida State University’s School of Dance and Friends of Dance will once again host the Suzanne Farrell Workshop for Young Dancers on February 1st and 2nd at Montgomery Hall.
December at MoFA is a pairing of the most untraditional artworks by young artists earning their degrees and simultaneously the traditional appreciation of fine crafts and antiques, books, prints, and collectible objects.
- New article
- Special Programs & Facilities
- Museums & Exhibition Spaces
- Performance Spaces
- Dean's Advisory Board
- Student Leadership Council
- Giving to the College