Beginning Tuesday, Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery will feature works of the civic-minded PSA (Public Service Artists) collective and invited friends.
Beginning with the Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet in 2007, Transylvania University has drawn world-class musicians — and audience members from throughout the region — to campus each year for the Dorothy J. and Fred K. Smith Endowed Concert Series.
Anthony Mead recently began as director of Transylvania’s Morlan Gallery, where he plans to showcase locally created works along with those from national and international artists.
Transylvania’s fine arts scholarships range from $1,000-$3,000 and can be combined with other academic scholarship awards.
The Grammy-winning Kronos Quartet, which kicked off Transylvania’s Smith Concert Series more than a decade ago, returns to campus Jan. 28 for a public performance.
For the past three decades, Transylvania University musicians have entertained audiences with festive tunes in the Gift of Holiday Music Concert. This tradition continues Dec. 6.
Kicking off a new partnership, Transylvania Theater and Bon Appétit Management Company are combining forces for “dinner and a show” this Saturday. A special picnic-themed meal will be served in the Rafskeller prior to the show. The menu features made-from-scratch entrees and sides, much of which is sourced from within 150 miles of the downtown…
Instructor Daniel Bennett discusses the ambitious set he and students are building for Transylvania Theater’s production of “Picnic.”
Transylvania University art professor Zoé Strecker has a not-so-secret goal with her ongoing embroidery art installation, “Lavish!”: to make people fall in love with Pine Mountain.
Transylvania University will welcome virtuoso classical accordionist Mihoko Goto to campus Wednesday for a Japanese-American Crossover concert.