College of Liberal Arts

College of Liberal Arts

Dinner Before A Show
A fine dining experience is on the menu prior to six major performances at the River Campus this season. Art Cuisine at St. Vincent Commons will allow ticket holders the opportunity to start the evening with a four-course meal at the University’s newest dining facility in the newly opened River Campus Center.


 

EVT-ArtEscapePartnering at the Playhouse
Students and faculty with the Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts are partnering with Discovery Playhouse in Cape to offer children hands-on lessons in all areas of the arts through spring 2015.

 

 


Professor Wins
Robert Fruehwald’s “Double Blind Sided,” an original composition, took honorable mention from The American Prize competition, a series of new, non-profit competitions designed to recognize and reward the best performing artists, ensembles and composers in the United States.


Faulkner & Hurston Conference
Southeast’s Center for Faulkner Studies hosted the Faulkner and Hurston Conference in November and featured scholars from four countries and 16 states.


Record Submissions
The national anthology series “Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors, Volume 3” received 314 works for consideration to the University Press. The series contains essays, interviews, fiction, poetry, and photography by American veterans, military-service personnel and their families.


75th Anniversary of Kent LibraryKent Library Turns 75
Kent Library unveiled 45 pieces of stained glass by the renowned artist, G. Owen Bonawit to celebrate its 75th anniversary on Nov. 7. These 75-year-old works of art have been taken out of storage and re-mounted to commemorate their installation and the 75th anniversary of the dedication of Kent Library.

 


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