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April 2018


From the entire College of Fine Arts, I would like to say ‘Thank You’ for participating in The 2018 Great Give. We sincerely appreciate each and every one of our donors. Through your generosity, we were able to raise almost $3,000 in 36 hours towards our project!


Department of Art

Department of Art’s Marty Fielding an...

Department of Art Education

Art Education Presents “Waging Peace!...

Department of Art History

Art History Professor Lynn Jones Receives F...

School of Dance

School of Dance Presents Days of the Dance ...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

Department of Interior Architecture + Desig...

School of Theatre

New Horizons: Original Works Festival Set t...

Museum of Fine Arts

Rite of Passage & Rite of Spring: MoFA ...

Facility for Arts Research

Upcoming Events at FAR...


Jeanine Durning Returns to MANCC, Kicking O...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

FSU/Asolo Conservatory and Selby Gardens Pa...


On Friday March 16th, FSU Art adjunct instructors Marty Fielding and Eric Adams exhibited artwork and presented a summary of their recent research on ceramic 3D printing at the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference in Pittsburgh, PA.

Art Education

The Department of Art Education invites you to attend the Waging Peace! At The Plant Workshop “Florindingers for Peace,” hosted by author/artist team Gordon Halleck and Perdita Ross. The workshop will take place on Saturday, April 7th, 2018, at 11:00am, and will be available for ages 5 and up.

Art History

Department of Art History Professor Lynn Jones has been awarded a Short-Term Senior Fellowship at Koç Üniversity’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilisations (RCAC) in Istanbul, Turkey. Dr. Jones will spend April researching and writing a chapter of her current book-in-progress.


As the year’s performance season comes to a close, the School of Dance prepares to showcase the talent of its faculty and students in its annual Days of Dance concert series. The concert features a variety of pieces by both graduate and undergraduate students.

Interior Architecture & Design

The Department of Interior Architecture + Design graduate furniture design class celebrated their final projects with “Flat at its Finest”, a furniture show in the William Johnston Gallery. This project asked students to design and fabricate a piece of furniture from one sheet of plywood.


The School of Theatre has announced this season’s shows set to premiere during the annual New Horizons: Original Works Festival. This annual event connects the directors, actors, and audience in a unique experience of creation and discovery.

Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts hosts three Graduating Artist exhibitions every year, but by far the largest graduating class occurs at the close of Spring semester when both BFA and MFA students attain degrees following their individual thesis exhibitions.

Facility for Arts Research

The Facilities for Arts Research (FAR) will be hosting two upcoming Research Night events in April. The first of the two events, “Choose your Own Adventure: Two Talks and Two Soups” will be held on April 11th and will feature talks from Maggie Ginestra and Colleen Itani.


While Landis Green may look more like ghost town during the summer months, inside Montgomery Hall, MANCC will host a full schedule of artist residencies. Among them is internationally recognized choreographer, Jeanine Durning, who first came to MANCC in 2008.

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training concludes its 2017–18 season with William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing”: a classical comedy about two intellectual sparring partners, whose individual pride masks their true love.

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