Arts & Humanities

FSU’s Museum of Fine Arts hosts “Makeup with MoFA” 

The popular “Make it with MoFA” series at Florida State University’s Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) returns this spring with “Makeup with MoFA,” a virtual event that explores makeup’s ability to empower and transform. “Makeup with MoFA” is inspired by “Trust and Transformation: 75 Years of Flying High,” a special exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary […]

FSU College of Music presents annual ‘Rainbow Concert’

The Florida State University College of Music will celebrate the diversity of musical traditions during its 25th annual Rainbow Concert of World Music, a springtime favorite featuring performances by each of the college’s seven talented world music ensembles at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 5. “The annual Rainbow Concert is a celebration of diversity in music […]

Two College of Motion Picture Arts students nominated for Television Academy Foundation’s College Television Awards 

Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts students Thomas McDonald and Tristan Owen have been nominated for the Television Academy Foundation’s 41st College Television Awards for their film “The Castle Builder.” Florida State University · Motion Picture Arts students nominated for Television Academy Foundation’s College Television Awards Nominated in the Nonfiction or Reality Series […]

FSU College of Music librarian named inaugural Noël Coward fellow  

A Florida State University College of Music faculty member has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to conduct research on English playwright, performer and composer Sir Noël Peirce Coward. Arianne Johnson Quinn, music special collections librarian at the Warren D. Allen Music Library, is the first person to receive the Noël Coward Fellowship and will spend the […]

FSU College of Music to present concert commemorating 200th anniversary of Florida becoming U.S. territory

Florida State University’s College of Music and the Housewright Virtuoso Series will present the musical group Incantare in a concert to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Florida becoming a U.S. territory. “Musical Landscapes Across the New World” will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20, and highlight music beginning in 16th-century Spanish Florida and ending […]

FSU College of Music to host 20th biennial Festival of New Music

The FSU College of Music will present the 20th biennial Festival of New Music, a series of concerts featuring a variety of exciting new works for various ensembles Feb. 3–5. This year’s program, featuring both guest artist Pamela Z and guest performers from the International Contemporary Ensemble, includes works by over 20 composers worldwide. “For over 40 […]

Spring exhibitions at FSU’s Museum of Fine Arts

The Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA) is featuring three new exhibitions that display the talent and creative explorations of FSU’s Flying High Circus, photographer Bruce Davidson and ceramist Jiha Moon. “The three shows we have in the museum right now offer something for everyone,” said Meredith Lynn, curator of the Museum of Fine Arts. “‘75 Years of Flying High’ is a fun, engaging show that families […]

FSU Art Therapy international conference tackles pandemic-related mental health issues

Mental health issues are a continuing concern among youth and families, especially with the added stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why Florida State University’s Art Therapy Program is bringing together art therapy professionals during the international conference, “The Learning from COVID-19 Experiences Project,” where they can exchange techniques and methods for building resilience as well as showcase their […]

FSU College of Music professor receives 2021 Music in American Culture Award  

Florida State University · FSU professor receives 2021 Music in American Culture Award A Florida State University professor has received the 2021 Music in American Culture Award from the American Musicological Society, which recognizes the best writing on music in American culture. Associate Professor of Musicology Sarah Eyerly received the honor for her book, “Moravian Soundscapes: A Sonic History of the Moravian Missions […]

Department of Interior Architecture and Design announces new graduate degree 

Florida State University’s Department of Interior Architecture and Design is introducing a new graduate degree open to all undergraduate majors covering design fundamentals, professional practice and design software. The First Professional Interior Design Master of Science degree will accommodate students with a bachelor’s degree in another field who wish to augment or change their career to interior design practice. “This new degree […]