• KCACTF Winners JMU Theatre Students Score at Kennedy Center Festival

    Twenty-four theatre students and four faculty members from the JMU School of Theatre and Dance attended the Region II Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival held January 3-7 at Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. Three of the

  • Lisanby Scholars 'Tis the Season for Giving

    The holidays came early for JMU alum Gladys Lisanby and the eight arts students who have benefitted from scholarships she created. This fall, all had a chance to meet and talk at a scholarship luncheon that doubled as a celebration of the Forbes Center

  • Corey Hummerston JMU Alum Realizes Broadway Dream on "The Book of Mormon"

    JMU musical theatre alum Corey Hummerston ('10) is living his dream of becoming a Broadway actor. It's a dream he has had since starting to work at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at age six. Twenty years later, Hummerston is

  • maya-angelou-tribute-234153-1009.jpg JMU salutes an American icon

    JMU's Furious Flower Poetry Center in collaboration with the Forbes Center paid tribute to Maya Angelou.

  • collabs-172x103 Emerging & Emerged

    As the finale to the Fall 2016 semester, participating SADAH faculty collaborated with students on a piece or series, involving scholarly research and creative work, with the end result being a collaborative exhibit.

  • bonded-gurniak-234171-1005.jpg A bonding experience

    JMU senior and Honors student Matthew Gurniak combined his love for chemistry and theater to create a musical

  • ashleyroth-172x103 Reframing Feminism via the Fiber Arts

    SADAH student, Ashley Roth, shares her work with fibers and its association with feminism.

  • cnu-172x103 Metal Shed CoLab Exhibition

    Christopher Newport University exhibits new work by Metal Shed CoLab

  • opera-thomas-raiquan-234144-8477.jpg Opera, unexpected

    Raiquan Thomas didn't always have his sights set on a serious music career, but JMU alumnae changed that

  • nmai-bldg-172x103 Lisanby Interns Visit NMAI

    Lisanby Museum interns headed to the nation's capitol to view artifacts cloaked in history and culture

  • bielenberg-172x240 The Secret Project to Think Wrong

    Subconsciously we're following predictable paths to solve problems...

  • gladys-lisanby-172x103 Gladys Lisanby and the Arts

    "I think it"s very hard to get a scholarship in the visual and performing arts, so that"s why James (her late husband) and I decided to donate in that area"

  • trace-172x103 Lisa Tubach: Travel Shorts

    Two videos by Lisa Tubach, "Flounder" and "Trace" were accepted into "Travel Shorts, A Moving-Image Festival."

  • acre-172x103 ACRE Projects, Chicago

    Artists address the pitfalls of polite distance through a range of strategies.

  • jessie2-172x103 Jessie Buracker

    My work is inspired by the unique relationships formed between the natural world and humanity.

  • jon-bellona-172x103 Data Driven Music

    Jon Bellona of Harmonic Laboratory will be discussing the transformation of data, such as Twitter feeds, into music.

  • freeburg-gallery-172x103 Gallery Dedication to Gary Freeburg

    Duke Hall Gallery Director, Gary Freeburg, was honored with a gallery re-dedication at the University of Alaska.

  • tubach-tubach-172x240 Tubach + Tubach

    SADAH professor, Lisa Tubach, exhibits with her father, Allan Tubach, at Gallery 1516 in Omaha, NE.

  • source-and-confluence-172x103 Source and Confluence

    Through photography, Jost hopes to contribute to a greater understanding of Chesapeake Bay and its watershed

  • harmoniclab-172x240 Harmonic Lab

    Exhibit that integrates art, science, and the humanities

  • 233287-Evan-Duffy-Portraits-1007-thumb.jpg Artist

    Hollywood film composer Evan Duffy says JMU prepared him for success

  • 233757-John-Dixon-Viewbook-Portraits-1025-thumb.jpg Musician

    Music major John Dixon says his JMU music professors prepare you for the future.

  • national-addy-172x103 Gold and Silver ADDY Awards

    Congratulations to our Graphic Design majors Allison Shinsky and Allie McShea!

  • Copperman with Dierks Bentley - thumbnail Nashville connection

    A bevy of talented JMU alumni musicians and songwriters now call Music City home

  • JMU Grad Cap 2015-2016 Arts Grads Secure Jobs, Pursue Advanced Studies

    Sam Brackley, Taylor Huff, Donald Lee III and Lexie Thrash graduated with degrees in the visual and performing arts during the 2015-2016 school year. From full-time jobs to contract work to advanced study, these recent arts alums are surging ahead in the

  • Photo of JMU Honors student Margo Deihl Anything is possible

    Honors student Margo Deihl ('16) says there's an opportunity to achieve in every area at JMU. Her opportunities? Biology, pre-med, JMU Symphony Orchestra and Opera Orchestra, an internship on Capitol Hill

  • emerson-172x103 From the Interns' Desk

    My opportunity to work in this environment strengthens my academic and ethical interests, two areas impossible to divide in the public history and museum fields.

  • crablenew-172x103 James Crable

    Like a quilt-maker, Crable weaves together a variety of simple images into an engaging whole.

  • 2016 DI prep thumb Engineers acting? Artists doing science? It's the norm for this group

    Hannah Gutman, a fifth-year theatre and dance major, has been part of the JMU DI teams in each of her five years. In fact, Gutman has been participating in DI since

  • gloved-hand-coin-172x103 White Glove Tours

    Our white glove tours are perfect for birthday celebrations or a special time with friends and family.

  • Wearable air quality sensors: Student project gets EPA backing Wearable air quality sensors: Student project gets EPA backing

    With nearly $15,000 already in their pockets, a group of JMU engineering students is hoping to earn $75,000 more this spring

  • spectrometer thumb How new spectrometer technology is revolutionizing research at JMU

    JMU faculty and students routinely use cutting edge technology in well-equipped laboratories.

  • Leah Kirkpatrick thumb How a mini grant is having a big impact

    The homeschool drama class was born last year when homeschooling parents approached JMU STAD.


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