The Jacksonville University Music Department will present the JU Wind Ensemble and the First Coast Wind Ensemble in a partner concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, in Terry Concert Hall on the JU campus at 2800 University Blvd. N. …Read More »
Arts and Culture
It’s a mix of suspense, mystery and live radio as the Jacksonville University College of Fine Arts presents the genius of Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps” Oct. 3-4, complete with a 35-piece live orchestra and “Foley” sound-effects artists to help …Read More »
Bringing it all back home: Senior Alexis Richens’ passion for raising the dance bar rewarded with $15,000 scholarship
Senior dance major Alexis Richens isn’t just looking to boost her own performance standards in the College of Fine Arts. She wants to inspire her fellow Bermudans back on the island to greater heights as well.
The 21-year-old, who is …Read More »
Senior Will Baxley has built a passion for world music while at Jacksonville University. Now, with encouragement from faculty and some at the top levels of the University, he’s cultivating his interest with a unique eight-week ethnomusicology internship, during which …Read More »
Jacksonville University Fine Arts students, alums and faculty are thrilling audiences in a three-week run of “Les Misérables” at Theatre Jacksonville, one of the first community theaters to ever receive rights for the blockbuster musical.
Award-winning JU Voice Prof. Kimberly …Read More »
A film by Jacksonville University Art Professor Bill Hill and starring College of Fine Arts students has been selected for showing in the Viewster Online Film Fest (#VOFF), a contest with $100,000 in prizes.
Using this year’s fest theme of …Read More »
Recent JU grad Arelis Resto, 22, has left indelible images across campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors to enjoy for years to come.
Resto, who graduated May 3, 2014, with bachelors’ degrees in Illustration and English, painted three murals …Read More »