Professor Anne Rudloff Stanton (Art History) discussed the historical and cultural significance of Notre Dame Catheral in Paris with local TV, radio, and print media on Monday, April 16, while the fire was still raging. To follow the media coverage of Dr.
Artemis Anastasiadou, Visiting Assistant Professor at the Film Studies Program will participate with two short films in South by Southwest Film Festival in March 2019.
MU alumna Kat Cua (Journalism and Art History '18) will discuss her experiences working at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and share strategies for pursuing careers in museums.
Please join the graduating Seniors Haley Robaina, Joseph B. Carini IV, Sarah Crites, Zhuo Cao, Kaysie Wiederholt, William Mayes, Julia Rogers, Cat Reifschneider and Shawn Carey from the Graphic Design media area for a celebration of their work.
A year after Catherine Armbrust’s husband died in 2015, she pulled his old shirts out of the closet and cut them into pieces.
The decision wasn’t made out of anger or sadness but as a way for the artist to move forward after his death.
Visiting Ass. Professor Artemis Anastasiadou latest short film "Calling" will travel all around Texas this Fall, part of the 2018 Texas Filmmaker's Showcase.
Houston, TX - Houston Cinema Arts Festival Nov. 8-12
Dallas, TX - Dallas VideoFest Nov. 1-4
Follow the read more link to listen to an interview with Mackenna Surdyke-Bennett.
The University of Missouri’s School of Visual Studies’(SVS) Art on the Move Outreach Program presents a photo exhibition by MU alumna and Osage Beach native, Mackenna Surdyke Bennett. Surdyke-Bennett received her BFA from MU with an emphasis in photography.
Visiting Ass. Professor Artemis Anastasiadou latest short film "Calling" won Best Film Award in the category "Greeks around the world" in the 41rst Drama International Film Festival in Greece.