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March 2019


Support the College Leadership Council’s student research/artistic grant and the April 2019 release of SIX magazine.Your gift celebrates student achievement and supports future work from across the College of Fine Arts! Florida State supporters can make gifts from 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 28 until the campaign ends at 9 p.m. on Friday, March 29.


Department of Art

FSU Art Presents Faculty Anne Stagg’s...

Department of Art Education

Art Education Students Visit the Ringling M...

Department of Art History

Technologies, Geographies, & Temporali...

School of Dance

School of Dance’s FSU in NYC is now A...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

Students Engage with Design Practitioners a...

School of Theatre

FSU School of Theatre Presents “Makin...

Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts Hosts First “Make...

Facility for Arts Research

FAR and Away Residency: Olivia Valentine...


MANCC Welcomes Japanese Artist Kota Yamazak...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

FSU/Asolo Conservatory Presents Shakespeare...


“Between One Thing and Another,” March 2 – March 30, 2019. Join Assistant Professor, Anne Stagg, in Nashville this March as she straddles the line of mass production and the hand-made: systematic repetition in contrast with the individual.

Art Education

The program’s 5th Annual Field Trip to The Ringling included students enrolled in Pat Villeneuve’s Art Museum Education and Ann Rowson Love’s Visitor-Centered Exhibitions courses for an overnight trip to their partner museum in Sarasota.

Art History

Join the Department of Art History on April 6th where they will examine how digital technologies can be used to develop novel ways of sharing cultural heritage, tangible and intangible, with a broader public via museums, websites, and 3D printing, among other avenues of dissemination.


The Florida State University School of Dance is excited to announce the renaming of its FSU in NYC program to ARTS in NYC. This unique semester-away program introduces students to the professional arts world as working members of the New York City community.

Interior Architecture & Design

The Second Annual Career Day put on by FSU’s Department of Interior Architecture & Design provides students with the opportunity to exhibit social skills with professionals, gain connections and receive marketable advice on resumes and interview skills.


The Florida State School of Theatre MFA Costume Design Program encompasses the art and skills needed for an effective costume rendering. Visit “Making a Master” in the William Johnston building to observe impressive dedication, research and collaboration.

Museum of Fine Arts

On March 2nd, the Museum of Fine Arts hosted its first Make it at MoFA event. Over one-hundred visitors came to the Museum to participate in hands-on activities related to the current exhibitions, “Le Sang Noir” and “68:18 Student Protest in Print”.

Facility for Arts Research

The Facility for Arts Research will host Olivia Valentine as FAR and Away Resident from April 1-5, an interdisciplinary visual artist working primarily in textile construction, creating architectural scale textile installations and collaborative projects that span a variety of media and disciplines.


Japanese artist, Kota Yamazaki, who divides his time between Tokyo, Japan and New York City, returns to the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography to continue his project, the “Darkness Odyssey” trilogy, featuring dancers with diverse backgrounds.

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training concludes its season with Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy, “As You Like It”. The show, which features the entire class of second-years, is directed by Jonathan Epstein and performed outdoors in the stunning Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.

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