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December 2016


The College of Fine Arts would like to congratulate all of our Fall 2016 graduates. Wherever your next adventure lies, we want you to know that Florida State University and the College of Fine Arts will forever be a resource for you. On behalf of the College of Fine Arts, we hope you have a safe and happy holiday season and look forward to seeing many of you again in the new year!


Department of Art

Department of Art MFA 16 Nick Collier is Fi...

Department of Art Education

Art Education Presented at 42nd Internation...

Department of Art History

Art History Professor Paul Niell Develops C...

Department of Interior Architecture & Design

Interior Architecture and Design Graduate S...

School of Dance

School of Dance Presents New Interdisciplin...

School of Theatre

School of Theatre MFA Alum’s Costume Desi...

Facility for Arts Research

SCAP Hosts “A Guide to Florida”...

FSU / Asolo Conservatory

FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training P...


MANCC Welcomes Camille A. Brown...

Museum of Fine Arts

Students from Lighthouse of the Big Bend Vi...

The Ringling

The Ringling Introduces New Exhibition: ...


Department of Art alumnus Nick Collier (MFA ’16) has been selected as the first National Parks Arts Foundation Veteran Artist in Residence at Big Bend National Park in Texas. This one-month residency, provided Nick an opportunity to explore the landscape of the park and create work from it.

Art Education

The Department of Art Education faculty, students, and alumni presented at the 42nd International Conference on Social Theory, Politics and the Arts. The conference features researchers and practitioners from diverse disciplines who present papers regarding contemporary issues and trends.

Art History

Department of Art History Professor Paul Niell has spent much of 2016 traveling throughout the Caribbean to develop and promote a new digital humanities project, “Caribes: Virtual Research Interface for Caribbean Architecture and Cultural Landscapes”.

Interior Architecture & Design

The Department of Interior Architecture + Design had eight graduate students’ furniture designs displayed at the High Point Market in North Carolina. The designs at High Point Market are then entered into a competition where two IA+D students received first and second place.


The School of Dance is introducing a new studio course that takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore how gender, ethnicity, and place can shape historical models of liberation, resistance, and the creative drive against oppression through embodied / experimental research.


School of Theatre’s alum, Min Jae Kim (MFA Costume Design, 2016), was recently showcased on the Summer Edition cover of USITT’s online publication, Theatre Design & Technology for her work in FSU’s production of The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi.

Facility for Arts Research

This past November, the Small Craft Advisory Press hosted an event at the Facility for Arts Research in celebration of one of their newest artists books “A Guide to Florida”. The event was a success with many writers, and artists, as well as family and friends, who attended the launch.

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The Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography (MANCC) welcomes Camille A. Brown & Dancers (CABD) to develop ink – the final installation of her identity trilogy, including Mr. TOL. E. RAncE (2013) and BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play (2015).

Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts, “Judy Chicago’s Birth Project: Born Again” exhibit held a workshop for students from the Lighthouse of the Big Bend. They learned the history and context of Chicago’s art, along with creating individual works they had stitched as separate components for a tapestry.

The Ringling

The Ringling’s newest exhibit, “A Feast for the Senses: Art And Experience In Medieval Europe”, seeks to recover the traces of sounds, smell, taste, and touch inherent in the materiality of these late medieval objects and give them a voice, bringing them to life for the modern viewer.

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