I have a large National Geographic map on my wall. Red pins indicate places I have been, and green pins stand for places I want to go. I have plenty of red pins that I have happily placed, but there …Read More »
Arts and Culture
Former tennis star Dick Stockton brings free T3 tennis clinics for troops and families to JU March 27-28
“It was incredible to see such talented and caring athletes take care of soldiers and their families…”
“The reverberation of the event still echoes across the tennis center at Fort Jackson…”
“It was especially gratifying to see so many youth …Read More »
JU sociologist Nathan Rousseau’s book “Society Explained” is in grand company: It’s been named one of the Top 25 academic books of 2014, out of about 7,000 reviewed by the American Library Association.
The ALA’s editors critique titles for the …Read More »
It was a combination of body casting, navel gazing, lectures, workshops, cutting-edge commercial art, photography and even surprise dancing at a recent art exhibit’s opening reception in the Alexander Brest Gallery.
“Omphalos,” with works by artist Lauren Frances Evans; “Cycle,” …Read More »
World-class jazz pianist and composer Martin Bejerano brings his award-winning trio in concert to Terry Concert Hall at Jacksonville University Thursday, Feb. 26, including an open Q&A/rehearsal and public masterclass leading up to the performance.
Called a “hot young pianist” …Read More »
The fifth annual interdisciplinary panel discussion presented by Jacksonville University’s College of Arts and Sciences, titled “The Walking Dread: Society, Plague, and Zombies,” promises a provocative blend of discussion on scientific and medical discoveries, societal fears, literature and even …Read More »
What was the Mona Lisa thinking when she was being painted? Can a plumber be an artist? Is scrapbooking more than craft?
These questions and many more are explored in the hilarious new show Arts or Crafts, receiving its North …Read More »
Unique free art exhibits focusing separately on the nature of negative space, commercial photography and the power of interactive design are set for Jacksonville University from Feb. 19 to March 18.
An opening reception for “Omphalos,” with works by artist …Read More »