The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is highlighting five glass artists with strong Jacksonville University ties in “Glass Here,” an exhibit in the new Pop Up Art Shop inside Cummer’s Bank of America Concourse.
The show is the second …Read More »
Feuding families, plundering pirates and 16th century St. Augustine come together beginning Oct. 31 on Jacksonville University’s Swisher Theater stage in a re-imagined retelling of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Not long ago, Director and Linda Barry Stein College of …Read More »
President Tim Cost ‘81 presented the keynote address “The Changing Face of Art in Higher Education” to the Arts School Network (ASN) Annual Conference visit to Jacksonville University on Thursday, Oct. 24.
This year, approximately 300 conference attendees spent a …Read More »
President Tim Cost ‘81 will present the keynote address “The Changing Face of Art in Higher Education” when the Arts School Network (ASN) Annual Conference comes to Jacksonville University on Thursday, Oct. 24.
The non-profit ASN provides leaders in art …Read More »
The biggest gift Jacksonville University gives to our community is our alumni.
Alumni are polished products of the education they’ve received from their respective institutions. They carry their life experiences and school spirit into their careers, and pass it onto …Read More »
Jacksonville University’s Women’s History Month committee, together with President and Mrs. Cost, hosted an evening to remember as three JU women accepted the distinction of Woman of the Year.
Throughout March, the University joined millions across the nation celebrating Women’s …Read More »
By Carley Stickney
Women’s History Month is coming to a close as the Linda Berry Stein College of Fine Arts opens its production of the acclaimed Broadway hit, “Legally Blonde: The Musical.” The Tony Award-nominated show takes the JU stage …Read More »
By Laura Phelps
Continuing its commitment to elevating the standards of collegiate fine arts education, Jacksonville University, a premier private institution located in northeast Florida, has named Dr. Tim Snyder, a distinguished choral conductor, music educator and researcher, Dean of …Read More »
By Sheri Webber
He dared to be the first. Not just once, but again and again. In 1931, he watched the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra perform his work and five years later, he made history conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
The …Read More »