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March 2017


FSU’s Friends of Dance and Allies4Art presented Paint Around Gala & Auction 2017 on Saturday, March 4th in the William Johnston Building Atrium. It was a huge success, raising nearly $20,000 in support for students in the School of Dance and Departments of Art and Art Education at Florida State University.


Department of Art

Lilian Garcia-Roig’s Spring 2017 Sabb...

Department of Art Education

2017 Spring Art Therapy Workshop: Juliet L....

Department of Art History

Museum Object Students Developing Exhibitio...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

IA+D Graduate Students Complete Design for ...

School of Dance

The Still Point: A Collaboration of Photogr...

School of Theatre

School of Theatre Alumni featured in Oscar ...

Facility for Arts Research

S.E. Guild of Book Workers’ Letterpre...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

FSU / Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training...


Cynthia Oliver Returns to MANCC with Suppor...

Museum of Fine Arts

At MoFA: Land Ho!...

The Ringling

The Ringling Presents Eternal Offerings: Ch...


Department of Art professor Lilian Garcia-Roig is on sabbatical this Spring, splitting her time between a working trip to Cuba to produce a new body of work, and an Artist-in-Residence for the Joan Mitchell Foundation in New Orleans, LA.

Art Education

The FSU Department of Art Education’s Art Therapy Program, in coordination with FSU’s Art Therapy Association, hosted their annual spring workshop with guest lecturer, Assistant Professor and Director of the graduate art therapy program at Herron School of Art and Design, Juliet L. King.

Art History

This spring, Art History undergraduates in the Museum Object class, under the direction of PhD candidate Gabriela Germaná, are developing the exhibition “Visions of the Nazca: Painted Images of an Andean Ancient Society”, to open on April 6th in the WJB Gallery.

Interior Architecture & Design

Interior Architecture + Design graduate students Hae Jeong Hwang and Casey Nettles have completed a report that proposes housing solutions and a clinic for the capital area of Ghana, Africa. The students designed cost-effective housing for the Ghana middle class population.


Florida State University Master of Arts in Dance candidate, Meagan Helman, has been exploring the relationship of the still image and dance in preparation for her capstone exhibition, which will open March 4th in the William Johnston Building Gallery.


The College of Fine Arts is very proud to congratulate School of Theatre alumni André Holland (BFA Acting, 2001) for his involvement in the Academy Award® winning Best Picture movie, Moonlight. Along with Holland, there was a total of seven FSU graduates who worked on the film.

Facility for Arts Research

South East Guild of Book Workers and Small Craft Advisory Press co-hosted a letterpress workshop taught by visiting book artist and printer Eileen Wallace of Mile Wide Press over the February 25-26 weekend at the Facility for Arts Research.

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

The FSU / Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training continues its season with contemporary playwright Adam Bock’s high-energy comedy about life and love “The Drunken City.” The show officially opens on Wednesday, February 22 at 7:30pm, and runs through Sunday, March 12, 2017.


Choreographer, Cynthia Oliver will return to MANCC in a second residency to finalize her work, “Virago-Man Dem”. MANCC has made a multi-year commitment to Oliver with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which has allowed her to develop the work over multiple residencies.

Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts is currently partnering with Jeff Beekman from the Department of Art, to host his exhibition “Broken Ground: New Directions in Land Art”. Jeff has also supervised two installations from Eloise Guanlao and Postcommodity Collective.

The Ringling

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art presents “Eternal Offerings”, which showcases nearly 100 Chinese bronze objects from the Minneapolis Institute of Art. The works showcased span millenia, revealing the evolution of bronzes in Chinese society.

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