Your success depends upon effective communication. Visit Montevallo.edu/communication. You create your future in communication studies and mass communication. You belong at Montevallo.
The way I see it, all of the arts are connected. Music, fine arts, ballet, which is movement, but still connected to music, and all the other arts. Art embodies a lot of what has become so problematic in our society today. We’re living in a very difficult, but fascinating era. I believe it’s a
At the University of Montevallo, you’re taught to refine your craft with hands on mentorship in music. Visit montevallo.edu/cofa. Create your future in music. You belong at Montevallo.
(Applause) This is a beautiful day, right? When you walk in here it’s a simple word, you just go, ‘wow.’ Not just the building but what the building means to our city. For those who have dreamed of a special home for our growing MFA the only culminating studio art program in a region that
Coming into this program, I was a completely different person. I was shy, I would run from you. This program has allowed me to have my own voice. Slippery Rock University is the only school in Pennsylvania that has all four fine and Performing Arts programs that are nationally accredited. You get to learn tons
Welcome to TrendSet Fine Arts, the trade fair for contemporary fine art in Munich. Promising artists show and sell their works from the fields of painting, photography, sculpture, drawing and graphics. With the Fine Arts Topic Area, TrendSet, the International Trade Fair for Interiors, Inspiration and Lifestyle, opens up the current art market to the
If you’re considering a career as a studio artist, digital media specialist, photographer or sculptor KUVA’s Fine Arts Program is the perfect place to start. Within the Fine Arts Program, emphasis is placed on the importance of creating art. As a fine arts major you will work extensively in the studio alongside professional artists learning
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>>(MICHAEL RUHLING): Right now, we have about a little under 40 in attendance. There’s a mixture of students and faculty, there are three or four faculty members in it, and a number of community people. This year we focused on music from the 18th century, from the so called ‘classical period,’ which is quite suitable
[MUSIC PLAYING] J. MEEJIN YOON: One of the things I love about libraries is the serendipity. GERALD BEASLEY: Urban studies, regional planning, the history of art, architecture– all of these subjects derive their inspiration from the printed word. J. MEEJIN YOON: So you go in search of a specific book, and you discover along the