Arts News

Alumna Alexis Assam Named a 2021 ‘On the Rise’ Museum Curator

3 weeks 2 days ago

Congratulations to Art History alumna Alexis Assam, who has been appointed the Regenia A. Perry Assistant Curator of Global Contemporary Art at  The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Alexis was previously the Constance E. Clayton Curatorial Fellow in the Contemporary Art department at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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Theatre Alum Creates Magic on Stage for the Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker

1 month 3 weeks ago

Photo by Dave Smith Dave Smith (‘08) has been using his MFA in Technical Production to orchestrate massive and marvelous feats onstage, most recently with automations and projections for the Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker at the Kennedy Center Opera House in Washington, D.C. (2019) and the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta (December 4-29, 2021).

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FSU Film School faculty nominated for 2021 Suncoast Regional Emmy Award®

1 month 3 weeks ago

BY: ANNA PRENTISS , ELIZABETH CHAILOSKY | PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 3, 2021 | 9:46 AM | Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts filmmaker-in-residence Valerie Scoon has been nominated for a 2021 Suncoast Regional Emmy Award® in recognition of her documentary “Invisible History: Middle Florida’s Hidden Roots.” The film is nominated in the Documentary Historical category, which recognizes films that are a retelling of an event or situation significant […]

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School of Dance Releases Its 2021 Magazine

1 month 3 weeks ago

  The Florida State University School of Dance has released its 2021 Issue! The School of Dance Magazine offers a collection of the many events and accomplishments of the department. This year’s focus highlights our alumni and there accomplishments in the field. It serves as a voice for the students and faculty of the Florida

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FSU’s Interior Architecture & Design Program ranks 3rd in Top 15 Best Bachelor’s in Interior Design 2022

1 month 3 weeks ago

Restaurant project by alumni Jackson Garber Florida State University’s Interior Architecture and Design’s bachelor’s degree has ranked third among the top 15 best bachelor’s in interior design degree programs for 2022 by CollegeRank. The ranking was recently published on the organization’s website. This ranking was created using the National Center for Education Statistics’ College Navigator

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Emeritus Professor Fred Chappell endows award for London Theatre Academy

2 months 1 week ago

FSU’s London Study Center is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in the 2021/2022 academic year. On September 30th, alumni who attended Theatre Academy London gathered for a virtual celebration, at which the newly endowed Fred Chappell Award for London Theatre Study was announced. Fred Chappell After his retirement in 2020 from FSU School of Theatre, Fred

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‘Kin Theory: Why Indigenous Representation Matters’ opens conversation with Indigenous media makers

3 months ago

Brit Hensel interviewing an elder on the set of ᎤᏕᏲᏅ. Photo credit: Taylor Hensel. Story Courtesy of FSU News Florida State University’s Department of Art History will co-host a virtual film screening and panel discussion about the importance of narrative sovereignty, where Indigenous creators regain control of their stories in a rapidly shifting industry landscape. “These films

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FSU Provost Sally McRorie to return to the faculty

3 months ago

Story Courtesy of FSU News, by Amy Farnum-Patronis  Florida State University Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Sally McRorie Florida State University Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Sally McRorie announced today that she will step down as an administrator and return to the faculty at the end of the year.

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