Monday, May 14, 2018
Alumnus Zachary Bornheimer Wins International Composition Competition, Collaborates with the Best in Jazz
Music alumnus Zachary Bornheimer is a winner of the Ravinia Festival Bridges competition for his piece Haunted Lullaby of the Forgotten, which will be performed June 9 in Highland Park, IL. His recent collaborations include doing copywork for Maria Schneider and Tommy Goodman as well as performing alongside Chick Corea.
Tuesday, May 08, 2018
Works by MFA Alumna Jono Vaughan on View at Seattle Art Museum
Artwork from USF MFA alumna Jono Vaughan's Project 42, a project comprising handmade garments and live performances commemorating the lost lives of transgender people, are on view at the Seattle Art Museum through August 5.
Monday, May 07, 2018
MFA Alumna Ellen Mueller Publishes New Textbook on Drawing, Appropriation and Fair Use
Ellen Mueller, a 2011 alumna of the USF MFA in Studio Art program and a faculty member at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has recently published a textbook with Routledge Focus entitled Remixing and Drawing: Sources, Influences, Styles.
Professor Cesar Cornejo Earns a Howard Foundation Fellowship in Sculpture
Cesar Cornejo, associate professor of sculpture and extended media, is a recipient of a Howard Foundation fellowship in sculpture, which he will use to make his project Somber Monuments possible.
Monday, April 30, 2018
Music from Professor Sekhon's New Album "Places and Times" Featured on Official Spotify Playlist
Composer and Assistant Professor of Composition Baljinder Sekhon's piece Death is an Advisor: VI. Dream Come True. from his new album Places and Times is featured in Spotify's "Classical New Releases: Spotify Picks" weekly playlist.
Friday, April 20, 2018
Professor Sang-Hie Lee Lectures in South Korea
Sang-Hie Lee, professor in music medicine and research, gave three lectures at the internationally-known research universities Ewha Womans University and Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea.