A long-running project to excavate a pair of water wells at the site of Cetamura del Chianti in Italy has turned up a treasure trove of ancient Etruscan and Roman artifacts and Associate Professor of Art History Cheryl Sowder was …Read More »
Arts and Culture
Author Thomas Wolfe in his novel “You Can’t Go Home Again” suggests that once you have left the place in which you grew up, attempts to re-experience significant moments in your youth will be disappointing.
This summer, I ignored that …Read More »
Philosophy professors and their guests don’t know what to expect during any given Philosophy Slam to which they play host, and that creates the beauty and intrigue of the Slams. Free-wheeling and say what’s on your mind.
The Slams, which …Read More »
How do you solve the riddle of bringing together a sprawling city of nearly one million people, from dozens of separate neighborhoods and diverse subgroups, to help residents find a common bond and unique culture?
Turns out, there may be …Read More »
Dr. Tommy Harrison may have just changed the landscape as to how potential students view the music business arm of the College of Fine Arts.
Harrison, Professor of Commercial Music, Music Business and Recording, this week became one of …Read More »
The third floor of the Howard Administration Building is undergoing a renaissance of sorts as a centuries-old exhibit retires to be replaced by contemporary works of art from faculty and students.
The Brest Ivory Collection, loaned to the school from …Read More »
The Jacksonville University Orchestra opens its 2016-17 season on Tuesday, Oct. 25, in the newly renovated Terry Concert Hall with a salute to American composer Howard Hanson, long-time dean of the Eastman School of Music.
Hanson, a pianist and composer, …Read More »
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 …Read More »
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 …Read More »