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Monday, June 22, 2020
Theatre Alumna Sasha Beers on Studying Theatre and Costume Design at USF
Sasha Beers graduates USF with valuable experience working on the USF BRIT Production of Virginia Woolf's Orlando and a passion for all things theatre design
portrait of Mia Hollenback

Monday, June 22, 2020
Art Alumna Mia Hollenback Shares Art and Community with Tiny Rain Bows Art Collective
USF art alumna Mia Hollenback is a founder of Tiny Rain Bows, a community-centered project centered on making art more accessible to everyone in the Tampa Bay Area.
George Pennington sits in chair while playing an electric guitar

Thursday, June 11, 2020
Music Alumnus George Pennington Shares the Highs and Lows of the 2020 Music Industry
Guitarist, vocalist, and music educator George Pennington tells how he is adapting in an industry nearly halted by the COVID-19 pandemic. He shares a prolific selection of spring recordings and plans for an ambitious summer rock album.

College of The Arts News

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Thursday, October 8, 2020
The Neighbors at USFCAM featured on PBS's Art Plus program
USF's Contemporary Art Museum presents a virtual photography exhibition that shows a candid view of American life and families called The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America.

Professor Esra Akın-Kıvanç's New Book Published
Monday, October 5, 2020
Professor Esra Akın-Kıvanç's New Book Published
Muthanna, also known as mirror writing, is a style of Islamic calligraphy that encompasses diverse media, including textiles, tilework, metalwork, woodwork, architecture, and other forms. It is often compared to religious writings such as Christian and Judaic texts due to its similar meanings and symmetry.

Sang-Hie Lee standing at the piano
Monday, October 5, 2020
New Book Released by USF Professors Sang-Hie Lee, Merry Lynn Morris
and Santo Nicosia

The book, a first-of-its-kind publication, will appeal not only to a wide audience of performing arts clinical practitioners and health science researchers, but also to performing arts pedagogues and students of the performing arts.