College of Fine Arts
Events by this organizer
March 2 (Thursday) 6:00 pm - April 2 (Sunday) 8:00 pm
Museum of Fine Arts (MoFA)
The Career Center and College Leadership Council for the College of Fine Arts invite you to "The Arts Work: Career Opportunities in the Arts Panel" at FSU's Museum
The Career Center and College Leadership Council for the College of Fine Arts invite you to “The Arts Work: Career Opportunities in the Arts Panel” at FSU’s Museum of Fine Arts next Thursday, March 2 beginning at 6:00pm.
“The Arts Work” will host a one-hour panel of local professionals answering questions about their career experiences in the arts. Panelists include:
Volunteer Manager, Mission San Luis
Executive Director, Gadsden Arts Center & Museum
Visual & Performing Arts Librarian, FSU Libraries
Amanda Karioth Thompson
Education and Exhibitions Director, COCA
Dean of Students and Magnet Program Coordinator, Raa Middle School
Following the panel, there will be a one-hour networking reception where students will have the opportunity to chat with the panelists as well as an additional 12 guest professionals, making connections that will hopefully lead to experiences such as job shadows, internships, and part- and full-time positions. Light refreshments will be provided.
(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Fine Arts Building (FAB)
SIX Magazine showcases the finest work from the graduate and undergraduate students in the College of Fine Arts. Our 2017 launch party will be held in Fine Arts Building (FAB)
SIX Magazine showcases the finest work from the graduate and undergraduate students in the College of Fine Arts. Our 2017 launch party will be held in Fine Arts Building (FAB) on Tuesday, April 25th from 5PM-7PM. SIX Magazine offers a chance for students to showcase and discuss original work within our community and network. Come learn about featured projects within the six programs of the College of Fine Arts with FREE refreshments and food!
About the College Leadership Council
The College Leadership Council is a select group of undergraduate and graduate student leaders representing each of the six programs within the college – Art, Art Education, Art History, Dance, Interior Architecture + Design, and Theatre. As well as arranging student events and programs throughout the year, this council is responsible for SIX Magazine, an annual publication to showcase student achievement. Selected works highlight the spirit of our college community, as well as the hard work of individual contributors. This year marks the sixth publication of SIX Magazine, and it is our hope that it reflects the tradition of excellent student work from the College of Fine Arts, while moving forward in exciting ways. The students included in this issue have worked hard to create works that reflect their experience at Florida State University.