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Entrepreneur in Residence, Mk Haley, Recognized for Inspiring Students

December 18, 2015
The College of Fine Arts at Florida State University would like to congratulate Entrepreneur in Residence and Associate Professor in Art, Mk Haley, who has been recognized by the Transformation Through Teaching program for going beyond the call of duty in the lives of her students! ... Continue reading »

Two Exciting Courses with MK Haley Entrepreneur in Residence

July 22, 2014 Image courtesy of Two New Courses with MK Haley, Walt Disney Imagineer REGISTER NOW FOR FALL!  Interaction and Advocacy for the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory   STUDIO COURSE – [ART 4929C, Section 5] The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is the only one of its kind in the country. Hosting researchers from ... Continue reading »

Creating Experiences Course for Interdisciplinary & Flexible Thinkers

July 6, 2015
Mk Haley, Entrepreneur in Residence with the Department of Art and the College of Fine Arts, teaches Creating Experiences as part of the Imagineering collaboration. ... Continue reading »

IA+D Lighting Students Visit EXP Lighting and Epcot

April 25, 2016
Twenty sophomore and junior Interior Architecture + Design students had the opportunity to attend a field trip to Orlando, Florida March 31st – April 2nd. ... Continue reading »

Florida Venture Forum Opportunity for Student Entrepreneurs

March 25, 2015
The Jim Moran Institute will sponsor the travel for up to three student entrepreneurs to attend the Florida Venture Forum’s Early Stage Conference and Student Business Plan Competition on May 13th and 14th in St. Petersburg.  The competition will be held on May 14th in the morning. Students will arrive on the 13th so that they can also attend an ... Continue reading »

Art Meets Science: Creating Concepts for MagLab Makeover

December 11, 2014
View this article on By Amy Farnum-Patronis National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, image courtesy of When art and science come together, the outcome has the potential to highlight the best of both fields — which is exactly what happened at Florida State University and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory during the fall ... Continue reading »

Interior Design Charette at MagLab

October 4, 2014
Also featured on Florida State 24/7 Students in Interior Design The best of the arts and sciences at Florida State University came together last week as students from the College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance’s Department of Interior Architecture + Design participated in a charette at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Sept. 29-Oct. ... Continue reading »

2014 TEA SATE Conference Hosted at The Ringling

September 22, 2014
On October 2nd and 3rd, Florida State University will host the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) SATE 2014 Conference at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota. SATE (Storytelling, Architecture, Technology, Experience) is an annual, international gathering of themed entertainment and experience design creators, producers, owners and operators, organized by the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA). ... Continue reading »

September 18, 2014
The Department of Interior Architecture + Design has the unique opportunity to assist The FSU National High Magnetic Field Laboratory by envisioning the redesign of the public areas of their facility. The department will be hosting a 5-day design charrette to kick-start the design process. The charrette will be a focused design intensive where approximately ... Continue reading »

Fall 2014 Faculty Hires

September 17, 2014
Florida State University College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the new Fall 2014 faculty members. The Departments of Art and Art Education, the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) and the School of Dance welcome MK Haley, Entrepreneur in Residence; Carla Peterson, Director of MANCC; Dan Torop, Assistant Professor of Art; Hannah Schwadron, Assistant Professor ... Continue reading »