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March 22, 2021
Megan Holmes Exhibits as Artist in Residence

Megan Holmes, MS, ATR-BC, Clinical Coordinator and Adjunct Professor for the Graduate Art Therapy Program at FSU,  is also an Artist in Residence with the Thomasville Center for the Arts.


December 11, 2020
Single‑Session Dance/Movement Therapy for People with …

Dr. Nancy Gerber Dr. Nancy Gerber is pleased to announce the publication of Dr. Jacelyn Biondo’s dissertation research entitled “Single‑Session Dance/Movement Therapy for People with Acute Schizophrenia: Development of a


November 19, 2020
Seven CFA Students Present at 2020 President’s Showca …

On November 19, FSU celebrates outstanding undergraduate research in its 2020 President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research.


September 20, 2020
Pat Villeneuve Selected for Fulbright Program

Pat Villeneuve, professor and program director for Arts Administration Nine Florida State University faculty members have been selected as U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program award recipients, setting a new FSU record


August 26, 2020
Graduate Students Develop K-12 Arts Enrichment Website

Courtesy of FSU News, by Anna Prentiss Bronwyn created an animal sculpture during a live art class on Recycled Bottle Animals. As Florida State University art educators transitioned to online teaching this summer, some used the opportunity to provide K-12 children with


July 10, 2020
Art Education Alums Make Headlines with Creative Online …

Excerpts courtesy of the Tallahassee Democrat, by Amanda Karioth Thompson Department of Art Education alums have made local news for their ingenuity during quarantine! Recent Tallahassee Democrat articles highlighted the


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With over a 70 year history, the Department of Art Education believes in the intrinsic value of art as a catalyst for social change. Not only can art promote the development of the individual but serves to enrich and enliven the world around us. As a comprehensive education and research program, we only offer graduate level degrees. We find this provides a rigorous and individualized learning experience as students work towards one of our 9 specialized degree options. At Florida State University, we empower people to empower people through art.

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