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March 2016


On February 11th, 2016, Vice President of Creative at Walt Disney Imagineering, Zsolt Hormay, visited the Florida State University College of Fine Arts as a guest lecturer.


Department of Art

MFA ’08 Jeremy Waltman’s Film Festival ...

Department of Art Education

Dr. Richard Freadman Australian Tea and Lec...

Department of Art History

Major Exhibition of Cuban Art at MoFA Curat...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

Lighting Designer Chip Israel Visits FSU De...

School of Dance

School of Dance Presents MFA Concert, R...

School of Theatre

School of Theatre Alumnus Returns as Part o...

Facility for Arts Research (FAR)

SCAP Hosts Visiting Artists to Begin Work o...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

“MACBETH” Set to Premiere at th...


Choreographer John Jasperse’s MANCC R...

Museum of Fine Arts

MoFA Presents “The Dahl, Lottie &...

The Ringling

Celebrating The Ringling’s New Center...


Jeremy Waltman, MFA ’08, has experienced significant success since his time at The FSU Department of Art. His film “It Plays Like Love” screened at film festivals across the world and won four awards out of six nominations at the 2015 Atlanta Independent Film Festival.


On Friday, January 29, 2016, the Department of Art Education, in conjunction with Arts for Health Florida, held a spotlight event entitled Spanning Cancer: Cancer as an Episode in an Individual Life Story presented by Dr. Freadman.


The FSU Museum of Fine Arts takes great pride in hosting a major exhibition of works by Cuban artists selected by guest curator Segundo Fernandez, attorney, art collector and doctoral candidate in art history.

I A + D

Chip Israel, CEO and founder of the architectural lighting design firm Lighting Design Alliance, visited the Department of Interior Architecture + Design on Wednesday and Thursday, February 10th and 11th.


School of Dance will present LE PASSAGE DU TEMPS, (the passage of time), the final MFA concert of the current season on March 25-26, 2016 at 8:00pm in the Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre in Montgomery Hall, located on FSU’s campus.


On March 21, 2016, School of Theatre Alumnus André Holland returns to FSU as part of the Opening Nights Festival as a reader for Selected Shorts. Since graduating, he has appeared in the films Selma, 42, and Bride Wars and on television in Law & Order, Burn Notice, and 1600 Penn.


During the first week of February, Small Craft Advisory Press (SCAP) had the pleasure of hosting artists Aaron Cohick (Colorado College, New Lights Press) and Tricia Tracey to collaborate on a new artist’s book with SCAP Director Denise Bookwalter.


The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training continues its 2015-16 season with Shakespeare’s iconic MACBETH, an electrifyingly potent tale rife with passion, betrayal, and shadows of the supernatural.


Please join MANCC for an informal showing of John Jasperse’s new work in development, Remains , when the award-winning choreographer returns to FSU to be in residence from March 27-April 10.


To honor his parents and to create a legacy of art he had collected throughout his life, William Daniel Lee Pryor bequeathed to the University a collection of 40 artworks including two Russian icons and an antique Chinese cabinet.


Encompassing 25,000 square feet, the Center for Asian Art in the Dr. Helga Wall-Apelt Gallery of Asian Art will foster the exploration of historical and contemporary Asian art through exhibitions, research, and programs celebrating the breadth and depth of Asian artistic achievements.

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