Recent News

Professor Warren Jaworski poses with current studio singers in concert attire
Thursday, February 08, 2018
USF Voice Students and Alumni Work in Diverse Professional Settings
Current and former students of the voice studio at the School of Music are active in the arts industry, working exciting careers in opera, musical theatre, jazz, and more.
photo of USF dancers on stage performing

Tuesday, February 06, 2018
Tampa Bay Times: DanceUSF showcases skills to Hillel students
DanceUSF professor and choreographer John Parks and three DanceUSF dancers perform for Hillel Academy students and discuss with them the art of dance.

portrait of Joo Yeon Woo

Thursday, February 01, 2018

Art Professor Joo Yeon Woo Discusses Teaching, the Korean Diaspora, and Art on Creative Loafing
Joo Yeon Woo, assistant professor of painting and drawing at USF, speaks with Creative Loafing on a range of topics, including her work as co-curator of the recent Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery exhibition Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Reflections in East Asia.

USF Music alumna Melissa Salguero at the GRAMMYs
Friday, January 26, 2018
USF Music Alumna, Melissa Salguero, Wins 2018 GRAMMY Music Educator Award
USF School of Music alumna, Melissa Salguero, Music Education '09, won the 2018 GRAMMY Music Educator Award for her significant contribution to the field of music education.

portrait of Chuck Owen against gold background wearing GRAMMY nomination medal
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
GRAMMY-nominated Jazz Professor Chuck Owen on WUSF Ahead of Sunday's GRAMMY Awards
Chuck Owen, distinguished professor of jazz studies at the USF School of Music and GRAMMY nominee, is featured on WUSF in preparation of bringing Tampa Tampa representation to the 60th GRAMMY Awards in New York's Madison Square Garden on Sunday.

portrait of Elisabeth Fraiser before a blue and silver studio background
Friday, January 19, 2018
New Book by Professor Elisabeth Fraser Receives Special Recognition
Art History Professor Elisabeth Fraser's latest book, Mediterranean Encounters: Artists Between Europe and the Ottoman Empire, 1774–1839, has been named a 2017 Outstanding Academic Title by Choice magazine.

A video still from Kalup Linzy’s “Conversations Wit De Churen IX XI XII: Dayz of Our Ego,” (2015.) Credit Courtesy David Castillo Gallery
Tuesday, December 05, 2017
The New York Times Lists USF MFA Alumnus, Kalup Linzy, as One of The "Outstanding Attractions" Not to Miss at Art Basel Miami Beach 2017
USF School of Art & Art History alumnus, Kalup Linzy, is known for the many of characters he plays in his video pieces, such as "As da Art World Might Turn" and "All My Churen." At Art Basel Miami Beach, Dec. 7 - 10, Linzy will be performing live every afternoon at the David Castillo Gallery booth.