CCA News

03/19/2019
Groundbreaking art course lets students purchase artwork for the Miami University Art Museum
Bob Wicks, director of the Miami University Art Museum, helps a student during a recent class visit.It took a mere $450 million dollars to purchase Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of “Salvator Mundi” from a New York auction house in 2017.
03/13/2019
Game design at Miami ranked 3rd best in U.S. among publics
A bachelor of science program in game design is undergoing a review process by the state.Miami University and its Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) program are ranked 11th best overall and 3rd among public universities in the newly released Princeton Review’s 2019 ranking of "Top 50 Undergraduate Schools for Game Design."
03/13/2019
Miami ranks among top 20 schools for game design 2019 by Princeton Review
News 9.com, State of Digital Publishing.com and Business.malvern-online.com, March 12 and Biz Journals.com, March 14 (subscription may be required)
03/04/2019
Dennis Cheatham article on experience design
How Design.com, March 4 (subscription may be required)
02/18/2019
Student Spotlight: Abigail Karr
abigail-karr.pngJunior Abigail Karr aims to break down the structural barriers that separate art from the people, making the arts accessible to a wide audience and building platforms to elevate marginalized voices.
02/13/2019
Winners named in 2019 Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 Yeck Award
yp-1.jpgAlex Heilbron of Los Angeles, California, is the winner of the 2019 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award.
02/13/2019
Faculty Spotlight: Ricardo Averbach
Find out how Ricardo Averbach teaches with technology to enhance his course.
01/24/2019
Student Perspective: Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop
myaamia-dankerStudent Perspective: Myaamia Culture and Imagery Seminar and Curriculum Workshop.
01/24/2019
Miami Professor Receives International Recognition for Research
Miami University Department of Music's Professor Receives International Recognition for Research.