Welcome Dr. Scott A. Shamp, Associate Dean

The College of Fine Arts is pleased to welcome Dr. Scott A. Shamp as its Associate Dean. Dr. Shamp most recently worked with the Grad ...

MANCC Awarded NEA Grant to Support Emerging Artists

Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) has been awarded a $30,000 grant by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) t ...

FSU Art Alums Bring “Primal Screen” To The Forefront of Design

Article written by Ausar Amadi. Photos courtesy of goodthinkingatl.org & cm.lmc.gatech.edu Notable Florida State University Depa ...

School of Dance in Paris

The FSU School of Dance/International Program offers a unique study abroad program “Dance in Paris” that immerses the students in th ...

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Medieval Arch at the Museum of Fine Arts

June 26, 2015
There’s probably a good reason for the medieval arch at MoFA. Yes, there is: François Bucher. And before that William Randolph Hearst. Not to mention Charles Hook. In 1925, n... Continue reading »
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College of Fine Arts Internship Opportunities

June 26, 2015
The FSU College of Fine Arts is seeking experienced individuals for internship opportunities to work with the College on various projects beginning in Fall 2015. Each positi... Continue reading »

Interior Design Student Winners 2015 International Student Design Competition

June 24, 2015
Third year Department of Interior Design student, Rebecca Thompson, and MFA student, Austin Gauley, received second and third place awards respectively in the Retail Design Ins... Continue reading »

FAR Faculty in Residence participates in the Florida Art Prize

June 24, 2015
Rob Duarte, FSU Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and the Facility for Arts Research (FAR) Faculty in Residence, has been selected from hundreds of Florida artists to ... Continue reading »

Ringling's Asian Art center Receives Gift from William G. and Marie Selby Foundation

June 24, 2015
Article courtesy of www.mysuncoast.com SARASOTA, Fla. -- The William G. and Marie Selby Foundation has provided $250,000 in support of The John and Mable Ringling Museum... Continue reading »

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