In 2012, Dr. Melinda Simmons stood among smiling strangers posing in front of colorful murals of wildlife at the San Francisco Zoo for the quintessential vacation photo-op. It’s a similar scene that plays out in places like Nashville, Los Angeles, …Read More »
Arts and Culture
Even as the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts celebrates its 60th year, it continues to focus on the future by creating two schools within the college, Jacksonville University Provost Dr. Chris Sapienza announced today.
The Stein College …Read More »
Visiting Writer Kevin McGrath, poet-in-residence at Lowell House and Associate of the Department of South Asian Studies at Harvard University, will discuss the Hero in Ancient Greek Epics from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Jan. 21 at Terry Concert Hall.
“Essentially what we …Read More »
Visiting the offices of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarbourough on the 41st floor at Bank of America Tower Downtown, you might get the impression you’re in an art gallery instead of law firm.
That’s because the space is filled with …Read More »
From a 10-foot pendulum incorporated into a musical performance to a three-movement piece about mental disorders performed with the Jacksonville Dance Theatre, this year’s Electroacoustic Barn Dance beginning on Thursday, Nov. 14, promises to showcase expanded boundaries.
“This is all …Read More »