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Dance Alumni Perform at Whitney Museum of American Art

Jul 16, 2015 “The brash and transgressive post-punk performance duo of Anne Iobst and Lucy Sexton was a staple of the East Village nightclub scene beginning in 1983.”
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Project restores famed Seigfred mural

Jul 1, 2015 Two Printmaking students worked on restoring the famed mural painted by Professor Aethelred Eldridge located outside of Seigfred Hall.
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Professors Recognized For Mentorship

Jun 16, 2015 Three professors from the College of Fine Arts have received awards from the University’s Honors Tutorial College recognizing their role as mentors.
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Professor Awarded Funding for Movie Project

Jun 10, 2015 A professor from the School of Dance, Film, and Theater has received an OURC grant to produce a feature film.
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Ohio University Film Student News

Jun 3, 2015 Take a look at where some of our M.A. and M.F.A. Students are showing their work.
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Student Takes Film to International Film Festival

Jun 1, 2015 In April, H.T.C./B.F.A. student Luke Szabados traveled to the 2015 Skepto International Film Festival in Cagliari, Italy, where he screened his short film, The Rubric Timestamped. Szabados wrote and directed the experimental film as one of three films completed during his first year in the M.F.A. program.
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University Acquires Rare Manuscripts

May 29, 2015 A professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts has secured copies of two ancient manuscripts for collegiate research.
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Academic Studio Faculty Finalist

May 29, 2015 Thomas MacDonald, a Finalist in The New Orleans Excellence in Teaching Award.
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Playwrights Take the Stage

Apr 29, 2015 21st Annual Playwrights’ Fest features yearlong projects from the School of Theater
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Expo Spotlight: Music students create compositions with innovative instruments

Apr 23, 2015 Tired of the limitations of conventional instruments, Turner Matthews and Jake Schlaerth began creating their own, composing pieces for them and performing.
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