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February 2017

Faculty, Students, Alumni, & Friends of FSU, UF, and USF are invited to attend the College Art Association Reception on February 16, 2017 in New York City.


Department of Art

Forbes Spotlights Florida State University ...

Department of Art Education

Department of Art Education Welcomes Dr. Ba...

Department of Art History

Thursby Visiting Scholar Lectures in Mediev...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

Interior Architecture and Design Annual Cha...

School of Dance

FSU Dance Welcomes Guest Faculty pearl ubun...

School of Theatre

Broadway Revival to Feature Three Music The...

Facility for Arts Research

Letterpress Workshop with Eileen Wallace Ho...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

FSU / Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training...


MANCC Welcomes First Time Visiting Artist P...

Museum of Fine Arts

MoFA Presents Spring 2017 Schedule of Event...

The Ringling

The Ringling Adds Substantial Numbers of Ph..


FSU’s Department of Art Rachel Rossin (BFA ’09) has been named one of the Forbes 30 Under 30 for 2017. Since graduating, Rossin has shown in solo exhibitions in New York as well as in museums in Basel, Riga, and Istanbul.

Art Education

The Department of Art Education would like to welcome the new Director of the FSU Masters Art Therapy Program, Dr. Barbara Parker-Bell, who recently returned from Siberia where she was serving as a Fulbright Scholar.

Art History

In February, the Department of Art History presents two lectures on Medieval Art featuring visiting scholars Eric Palazzo of the University of Poitiers and Glaire Anderson of UNC Chapel Hill. 

Interior Architecture & Design

The Department of Interior Architecture + Design began the spring semester with a charrette sponsored by Interface. Over five days, students were tasked with designing a retention and rehabilitation facility for super villains.


The School of Dance welcomes visiting faculty member pearl ubungen. During her time at FSU she is working with students through a variety of diverse avenues to share her philosophies and experiences as an artist. 


Hello, Dolly! will make it’s Broadway return this spring at the Shubert Theatre and will not only feature the legendary Bette Midler, but will include three FSU Music Theatre Alums: Amanda LaMotte, Justin Bowen, and Leslie Flesner.

Facility for Arts Research

February 25-26th, the Small Craft Advisory Press will host a Southeast Guild of Book Workers workshop with Eileen Wallace which will investigate ways of drawing or composing at the press using steel wire and wood veneer printing matrices.

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 February 22nd through March 12, 2017.


The Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) welcomes first time visiting artist Pam Tanowitz January 30 through February 10, 2017. While at MANCC, Tanowitz will develop New Work for Goldberg Variations.

Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts is proud to announce its current and upcoming schedule for Spring 2017 which includes The Faculty Annual Exhibition, Broken Ground: New Directions in Land Art, and much more!

The Ringling

The Ringling continues collecting and exhibiting photography with a substantial number of objects having been added to their collection recently with Territories: Photography, Space, and Power opening in February 2017.

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