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08/26/2015
Party on the Plaza ~ Aug. 28, 3-6 p.m.
Capping off the first week of classes, students are invited to the Party on the Plaza.
08/25/2015
New Exhibitions at MUAM
Three new exhibitions open now at the Miami University Art Museum. Margaret Bourke-White: Photographs of U.S.S.R. The Past is Present: Metalpoint Drawings by Dennis Angel Art that Moves: The Intersection of Creativity and Innovation
08/25/2015
Museum Public Programs
Join us for a great line-up of educational programs this Fall related to our current exhibitions.
08/24/2015
Artists who are making a living in creative ways
NY Times article interviews six artists in the Los Angeles area who are cobbling together livelihoods that would have been impossible 15 years ago.
07/29/2015
College of Creative Arts extends its reach
Elizabeth Mullenix, dean of the College of Creative Arts at Miami University, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Her three-year term begins Sept. 1.
07/17/2015
New instructor in Theatre featured in Soapbox Cincinnati
Tori Wiggins joins Miami's theatre faculty in the fall as an instructor for THE 123. She was recently featured in Soapbox Cincinnati about her acting and teaching career in theatre
07/17/2015
AIMS alum creates virtual reality device
AIMS graduate Austin Mace '15 founded a virtual reality (VR) content company and recently built one of the worldÂ’s first 360-degree video cameras.
07/05/2015
Music and Architecture Recognized in 2016 Fiske Guide
"Miami University, with its strong emphasis on liberal arts and its opportunities for research, travel abroad and leadership, is looked upon as one of the rising stars among state institutions,"the guide says." The school effectively combines a wide range of academic programs with the personal attention ordinarily found only at much smaller upscale institutions."
06/30/2015
New Music Internship Program
During the 2014-15 academic year the Department of Music partnered with concert:nova, Cincinnati's renowned chamber ensemble, to provide an elaborate professional internship opportunity for five Miami brass students. Miami trumpet professor Douglas Lindsay, associate principal trumpet of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and a member of concert:nova, coordinated the program.