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March 2018


The demand for a Florida State University education is on the rise with a record number of first-year applicants seeking admission. Florida State received more than 48,000 first-year applications for admission to the 2018 summer and fall semesters.


Department of Art

CeramiNoles Clay Collective Raises Money fo...

Department of Art Education

4th Annual MEX Field Trip to The Ringling M...

Department of Art History

Support The Spring 2018 Museum Object Class...

School of Dance

School of Dance Welcomes Alum Trent D. Will...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

Interior Architecture & Design Career F...

School of Theatre

School of Theatre Announces 2018/19 Season...

Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts: It takes a village...

Facility for Arts Research

Facility for Arts Research Co-Directors On ...


MANCC Artist, Jumatatu Poe explores J-Sette...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

Theater Review: Conservatory students well ...


Recently, CeramiNoles Clay Collective, Florida State University’s ceramics club, held a pottery sale in the lobby of the Fine Arts Building to raise funding for a trip to the National Council on the Education of Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference in Pittsburgh, Pa. March 14-17, 2018.

Art Education

Every year, Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Exhibitions (MEX) faculty and students visit John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art. Dr. Ann Rowson Love’s Visitor-Centered Exhibitions class and Dr. Pat Villeneuve’s Art Museum Education class participated in the 4th annual field trip.

Art History

This Spring, students will mount Regimes of Visuality: Print Culture in Haiti during the Age of Revolution in the William Johnston Building Gallery, set in the newly renovated, LEED-certified William Johnston Building on Landis Green.


Choreographer and School of Dance alum, Trent D. Williams Jr., returns to the School of Dance for a film-screening of the newly premiered film, “Black Stains”, and a Contemporary Dance Master Class with School of Dance students.

Interior Architecture & Design

The Department of Interior Architecture & Design hosted a career fair for students on February 16, 2018. More than 80 students took part in the event, which included a panel, networking opportunities, and the chance to locate summer internships or jobs.


Featuring six productions, the season includes “Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice”, “Shakespeare in Love”, “A New Brain”, “Pinkalicious The Musical”, multi-award winning “Fiddler on the Roof”, and “Really Really” by Paul Downs Colaizzo.

Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts along with the curators from the Department of Art History present Decolonizing Refinement: Contemporary Pursuits in the Art of Edouard Duval-Carrié, an exhibition involving student researchers in the Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies Program.

Facility for Arts Research

Facility for Arts Research Co-Director’s Judy Rushin and Rob Duarte worked together to propose and organize a panel titled “Build It and They Will Come: How to Bring the Art World to Your Backwoods Outpost Town.” The panel took place on Wednesday, February 21.


The Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography is pleased to welcome Jumatatu Poe and his entire creative team to campus for a two week residency in support of his performance series Let ‘im Move You. This set of works draws from J-Sette culture.

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

The play, being performed by second-year students in the FSU/Asolo Conservatory, whisks you along on a light air of gossip and unexpected couplings as a group of wealthy friends prepare for a ball with entertainment at a French mansion in the 1950s.

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