“I’ve never felt so welcomed into a community so quickly, and I didn't expect that.”
BFA dance senior Rahila Coats shares insights from her Jerusalem and Ghana study abroad experiences and how her experiences continue to shape her role as an activist in society.
Please join us for our 2020 Virtual Awards Day! We have a robust schedule including showings from our 5 academic programs, announcement of scholarship recipients, a salute to our seniors and more, all viewable in under 40 minutes.
"Theaters of Citizenship" investigates independent Egyptian performance practices from 2004 to 2014 to demonstrate how young dramatists staged new narratives of citizenship outside of state institutions, exploring rights claims and enacting generational identity.
It is our priority to continue to assist and inspire students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members by providing both opportunities to access/engage with the arts, and by providing resources that are unique to artists, or those in the creative sector.
Bill Rauch’s inspiring ATHE (Association for Theatre in Higher Education) keynote dwelled with the conference theme of transitions. He spoke on the cusp of a move from Ashland, where he had spent twelve years as artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF), on his way to helm the new Perelman Performing ...