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June 2015

Joséphine A. Garibaldi

Letter from the Dean

"I am very pleased to announce that Joséphine A. Garibaldi has accepted our offer to become the next Chair of the Florida State University School of Dance."

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College of Fine Arts
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Department of Art

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Department of Art Education

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Department of Art History

Schaeffer Co-Chairs & Presents at American...

Department of Interior Design

Interior Design in NYC at the International...

School of Dance

School of Dance in Paris

School of Theatre

Theatre Alum Lands 2015 Drama Desk Award

Facility for Arts Research (FAR)

Summer Project: “My Twitter has Become so Powerful”

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

2015-2016 Season


MANCC Awarded NEA Grant to Support Emerging...

Museum of Fine Arts

What's it like to be a Google Cultural Institution?

The Ringling

Fan-Tastic! to Feature Fans from The Ringling’s...


MFAs Scott Bell, Gaelin Craighead, and Elise Thompson, with Department of Art Professor Terri Lindbloom, recently participated in Perspectives – Art, Liver Diseases and Me in Vienna, Austria. 

1st Annual Experimental Animation Festival
Recap: 2015 NAEA


We are excited to announce that JAfL is welcoming submissions to be considered for publication in an upcoming special issue entitled: Creative Placemaking (Spring 2016).


Doctoral candidate, Bryan Schaeffer, co-chaired a session and presented a paper at the Society for American Archaeology‘s 80th annual conference this spring in San Francsico.

Hostetler Receives Dumbarton Oaks Fellowship
Faculty Consult on new Service Center


The Department of Interior Design displayed student work at the Javits Center during the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York City in May.


The FSU School of Dance/International Program offers a unique study abroad program. “Dance in Paris” immerses the students in the dance scene of Paris through technique classes in various genres throughout the city.

School of Dance Honors Patty Howell Phillips
Showcase in New York City and Los Angeles


School of Theatre alum David McElwee (BFA Acting, 2010), along with the rest of the cast of A. R. Gurney’s The Wayside Motor Inn, are being awarded a Drama Desk Special Award for Best Ensemble.


This summer at the Facility for Arts Research, visiting artist Mark Nathan Stafford (MFA in Studio Art, FSU, 2011) and FAR’s Windham Graves (MMAP Lead) continue to collaborate on their project, My Twitter has Become so Powerful.

SCAP Intern Receives Janice Hartwell Printmaking Award
Honoring a Legacy of Giving


The FSU/ASOLO Conservatory For Actor Training is proud to announce our 2015–2016 Season. Don’t miss a single thing! Call 941-351-8000 to order your Season Subscription today. Single tickets available starting September 26.


Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) has been awarded a $30,000 grant by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to fund a new initiative called MANCC FORWARD DIALOGUES (MFD). 

Students Awarded MANCC Scholarships To Continue Studies
Museum of Fine Arts: “Artists in Bloom”


Ever since the Museum of Fine Arts was invited last February to join the Google Cultural Institution website, we have been preparing the images and the curated exhibitions that we will upload to our site.


The Ringling presents Fan-Tastic!, an exhibition which will  feature highlights from their noteworthy collection of more than 250 fans. The exhibition will be on display April 3rd through June 28th.

Fan-Tastic! to Feature Fans from The Ringling’s Permanent Collection
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