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02/20/2017
Building Empathy Through Experience
empathy.jpgGraduate and undergraduate students in the Art Department's new Special Topics Studio carried out "standard," daily tasks while using wheelchairs, wearing eyeglasses that imitated cataracts, and other tools that simulated different challenges other people may face.
02/17/2017
Miami Opera presents Sondheim's "A Little Night Music" Feb. 23-25
lnm-rehearsal-5-sing.jpgPerformances at 7:30 p.m. Thurs.-Sat. in Wilks Theatre, Armstrong Student Center.
02/15/2017
"BLISS (or, Emily Post is Dead!)" premieres Feb. 22
bliss-poster.jpgThe Department of Theatre presents Jami Brandli's “BLISS (or, Emily Post is Dead!)” Feb. 22 - 26.
02/14/2017
A Capstone like no other
Students in the Art History Capstone (ART498) with Dr. Pepper Stetler to celebrate with a reception and gallery talk about their research and experiences in the creation of Advance/Retreat: Prints of the Great War
02/09/2017
It Gets Better Project and Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles visit Miami
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles will visit Miami University for a weeklong residency from Feb. 20-25 culminating with a musical performance of “It Gets Better” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, in Hall Auditorium.
02/08/2017
In the mood for cello, piano, violin? Take your pick from recitals Feb. 12-17
recitals-vivaldi.jpgFour guest and faculty recitals Sunday through Friday offer music for many moods.
02/07/2017
Winners named in 2017 Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 Yeck Award
yp-morgan-winner.jpgBlake Morgan, of Chickasha, Oklahoma, is the winner of the 2017 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award.
02/01/2017
Over Here! Over Here! U.S. Propaganda and the Arts of WWI exhibition and more
The Spring 2017 slate of exhibitions are a unified exploration of themes surrounding the centennial anniversary of the U.S. entry into the Great War. Visitors are first presented with a study of art from around the time of the Great War with the Art History Capstone exhibition, Advance/Retreat: Prints and the Great War. Moving forward, Over Here! Over Here! delves into the U.S. Government’s multifaceted propaganda machine that used the arts to support American engagement in the war. Finally, Conflict & Resolution: A Student Response, not restricted to World War I, offers a look at original artworks by current Miami University students reflecting on what it means to be at war and the quest for peace.
01/26/2017
"Vikings: Beyond the Legend" at Cincinnati Museum Center hosts Miami Galleries Day Feb. 4
norse-poster.jpgExperts from Miami are collaborating on two special events for the Cincinnati Museum Center's exhibition "Vikings: Beyond the Legend."