Arts News

07/30/2019
The College of Creative Arts Announces Theme of 2019 Saturday Art Program
This annual community art program has been offered in Oxford for many decades.
07/29/2019
The College of Creative Arts Remembers Alumnus Fletcher Benton
The Miami University graduate exemplified the term #thrivingartist.
07/25/2019
Alumnus Bo Bridges is action photography's "Indiana Jones"
Bo Bridges describes Curly as a playful Great White shark. Standing on top of (not inside) a submerged cage, he captured this photo.Bo Bridges (Miami ’96) majored in art with a focus on photography because he wanted a career that would keep him outdoors.
07/22/2019
The College of Creative Arts Announces Date for Annual Celebration of the Arts at Miami
The College of Creative Arts adds a new feature to this annual celebration of the Arts at Miami.
07/10/2019
STEAM-powered and DIY: Mixing art, neurobiology and renovations in Pearson Hall
Amanda Rainey (Miami '13), graduate student in neurobiology with adviser Dawn Blitz, poses with her artwork, a (much) larger-than-life depiction of her research.Like in the 1966 science fiction film “Fantastic Voyage,” passersby can view a larger-than-life painting of the inner world of neurons. You can visualize, on a giant scale, the central nervous system of the Jonah crab, to be more exact.
06/27/2019
Beloved Miami Art Educator Leaves Lasting Legacy for the College of Creative Arts
Crossan Hays Curry, dedicated professor in the Department of Art, is the namesake behind the Crossan Hays Curry Distinguished Educator Award.
06/17/2019
Meet 2019 CCA Graduate Caroline Bastian
Recent College of Creative Arts graduate will be attending Penn State University in the fall to pursue a Master’s in Art History with a specialization in African Art.
05/08/2019
Students tackle mental health through digital arts project inspired by Broadway hit Dear Evan Hansen
A panoramic view of Miami student mental health arts project, When We Were Found.“Dear Evan Hansen” has critics raving and audiences grateful to see a Broadway musical address mental health head-on as the issue remains stigmatized nationwide.
05/02/2019
Miami students partner with Broadway in Cincinnati
City Beat.com, May 1 (subscription may be required)