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April 2016


Only 36 Hours April 14 – 15, 2016! Florida State supporters can make gifts beginning at 9:00AM April 14, 2016 and continuing until 9:00PM April 15, 2016. All College of Fine Arts projects support students – awards for professional development, travel and the showcasing of talent to future employers. No gift is too small, no heart is too big!


Department of Art

Joelle Dietrick Selected for a Fulbright Gl...

Department of Art Education

2016 Art Therapy Workshop Recap...

Department of Art History

Historic Collaboration at the Mission San L...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

Faculty and Students Attend 2016 Interior D...

School of Dance

FSU School of Dance Presents “Days of...

School of Theatre

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Facility for Arts Research (FAR)

FAR: Sailing the Sea Change in Ceramic Arts...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

FSU/Asolo Conservatory Students Perform wit...


MANCC Welcomes Visiting Artist Keith Hennes...

Museum of Fine Arts

Long Ago & Far Away: Discovering an Unk...

The Ringling

Kotler-Coville Glass Pavilion Highlights Gl...


Assistant Teaching Professor Joelle Dietrick has been offered a 2016–2017 Fulbright Global Scholar Award to Germany, Chile and China in Art. During her Fulbright, she will focus on an ongoing body of research about transnationalism through an examination of seaport infrastructure.


This year’s guest lecturer of the FSU Art Therapy Association’s (ATA) annual spring workshop was Dr. Lisa Hinz, a licensed clinical psychologist, registered art therapist, and author.


An ongoing collaboration between the Department of Art History and the state Bureau of Archaeological Research moves to a new venue this summer, providing our Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies students with the opportunity to conduct archaeological field and lab work at the rich historic site of Mission San Luis in Tallahassee.

I A + D

Interior Architecture + Design Faculty were a force at the 2016 Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC) annual conference in Portland, Oregon in March. Seven faculty members, two recent MFA alumni, and a current graduate student represented FSU.


The Florida State University School of Dance will culminate this year’s concert season with two weekends of exceptional performances featuring work by faculty and student choreographers starting April 15, 2016.


Heather Parcells (BFA Music Theatre, 2000) has recently been cast as a member of the ensemble in the upcoming Broadway production of “Tuck Everlasting”. “Tuck Everlasting” is set to begin previews March 31 and will officially open April 26 at the Broadhurst Theatre.


FAR Director Carolyn Henne, head formLab technician Windham Graves, and Faculty in Residence Holly Hanessian were recently invited to attend the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA)’s 50th anniversary conference in Kansas City to present new work in the field of Ceramic 3D printing.


Broadway superstar Kristin Chenoweth recently performed a sold-out concert at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Center in Sarasota, FL alongside FSU/Asolo Conservatory students Joe Knispel, Chris Alexey Diaz, Kim Stephenson Smith, Kevin Barber and Kelsey Petersen.


MANCC Welcomes Visiting Artist Keith Hennessy, internationally recognized performer, choreographer, teacher and organizer, and a temporary collective of artist/performer/musicians and dramaturg into residence April 12-23, 2016 to further the development of “Blank Map”.


Because we know Bill Walmsley primarily as a printmaker, we often forget he began his career as a painter: but a painter he was! A child of the American Depression era, Bill Walmsley still managed a continental education.


Opening in 2017, the Kotler-Coville Glass Pavilion will showcase The Ringling’s growing permanent collection of American and European studio glass, including major gifts donated by Nancy and Philip Kotler and Margot and Warren Coville.

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