Recent News

Judy Genshaft, Baljinder Sekhon, and Ralph Wilcox pose a for photo in front of a USF backdrop
Friday, December 07, 2017
Professor Baljinder Sekhon Receives an Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award
Professor Baljinder Sekhon, assistant professor of composition, is a recipient of a 2017-2018 Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award.

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.

rendering of concert hall filled with people
Tuesday, December 05, 2017
USF Architecture Alumni Win Honorable Mention in International Design Contest
Four USF architecture alumni are part of a design team that recently won an honorable mention in the Malcolm Reading International Competition to design the new M.K. Čiurlionis Concert Centre in Kaunas, Lithuania.

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Friday, December 01, 2017
Composer Louis Andriessen and Violinist Monica Germino in Residence at USF
Louis Andriessen and Monica Germino wrap up an exciting semester as visiting artists at the USF School of Music.

portrait of Chuck Owen sitting in chair with black and grey backdrop
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Tampa Bay Times: USF jazz professor Chuck Owen snags 4 Grammy nominations for new album
Chuck Owen receives an astounding 4 Grammy nominations for Whispers in the Wind, his most recent album with his ensemble The Jazz Surge.

portrait of Izabel Galliera

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Art History Alumna Izabel Galliera Authors New Book
Art history alumna Dr. Izabel Galliera has authored a new book titled Socially Engaged Art After Socialism: Art and Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe.