Transylvania juniors Emily Cecil and Zach Hall have received this year’s Abbott Art Scholarship for their scholastic and studio excellence and promise.
This article by professors Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova is part of a series by the Transylvania community on the theme of our academic year: Resilience.
The coronavirus pandemic didn’t stop the Transylvania community from pulling together to put on the school’s annual Juried Student Art Show.
Transylvania’s Juried Student Art Show is being judged and showcased online this year because of social distancing.
Four Transylvania students are taking their senior thesis exhibition online with the temporary closing of Morlan Gallery.
For senior religion major Shawna Morton, her women’s history trading cards project with Cardinal Valley Elementary students encapsulates all that she has learned and become during her four years at Transy.
Multiple Grammy Award-winning Kronos Quartet returned to headline the 2020 Smith Concert Series at Transylvania Jan. 28.
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.