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‘Game-changing’ new acoustics of Terry Concert Hall to be on display in Nov. 6 concert

A spacious, versatile stage, finely tuned acoustics, premium lighting, custom sound-proofing and additional enhancements means a completely reimagined Terry Concert Hall has become a “game-changer” gift to students and the community, making it one of the finest facilities its size …

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Small scale art part of bigger picture for Professor Tupa

Another commissioned ceramic piece in another law firm is small in scale, but also part of an increasingly big picture for Professor of Fine Arts and Division Chair Dana Tupa.

Tupa, who works with Soren Christensen Gallery in New Orleans …

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Dr. Christopher Phillips to lead next Philosophy Slam

How many times have you been told to act your age but you’re not really sure what that means?

Best-selling author and scholar Dr. Christopher Phillips might be able to help answer the question when he is guest speaker at …

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“Astonishing” Laramie Project (rescheduled), “stunning” 8 spotlight historic LGBT events in back-to-back Fine Arts productions

Two plays based on watershed LGBT-related events, one a tragedy that took place on a dusty plain in Wyoming and the other a victory that sprung from a courtroom in California, are running back to back at Jacksonville University with …

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Fiendish “Nosferatu” set to electro-acoustic wraps up Prof. Tony Steve’s three-part silent film scoring project

The classic “Nosferatu” set to amped-up electro-acoustic music performed by the JU Percussion Ensemble is the final ghastly installment of “Hearing What Wasn’t Said: The Music of Silent Film,” a three-part project by Assistant Music Professor Tony Steve to showcase …

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Tiffany Leach’s ceramic work selected for international exhibition

Tiffany Leach was building a body of research with her series titled Mother’s Collection of ceramic work and, as research, gave little thought to where she would be applying it, or being accepted to. The work was dedicated to the …

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