UNF’s Chamber Singers are releasing an album as the ensemble continues to push their vocal limits and prepare for their trip to Portugal in late April. Come by Here, recorded last year at St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, features songs that represent diverse time periods, languages and styles that allow […]
In this interview, Tanner gives us a look into what it’s like to be a fine arts major.
53 student teams got together to create short films with only a week’s time to do every bit of production from writing to shooting to editing. Here are the finalists.
UNF photography professor encourages students to creatively engage with downtown Jacksonville and results are rather refreshing.
UNF student’s art work did not dissapoint earning three awards and three honorable mentions.
The Lufrano Intercultural Gallery is home to a new series of art, all embodying rivers.
Eman Abdulhalim and Nick Abram are only the second current UNF students to have their artwork displayed in the Lufrano Gallery.
As students walked past the Student Union on Tuesday night, they stumbled upon something that put a “twist” on their average weekday night. The twist is a new weekly art initiative put on by the Office of Campus Life called Tuesdays with a Twist, that gives students the opportunity to […]
The shuttle is available for all UNF students, and will be leaving UNF at 6 p.m. on Oct. 7.
The charcoal-based art of police officer Franklin Matthews visualizes the pain of addiction and the struggles of the human spirit.
New and bigger art pieces by sculpture students bring added meaning and color to campus.
A Jacksonville native uses abstract paintings to communicate a message of unity and wanting to the word and, in particular, college students.
Fine arts seniors’ best pieces are displayed in the Lufrano Intercultural Gallery in the Annual Senior Art Gallery.
UNF students have created yet another larger than life sculpture to display in Hemming Park for One Spark. The colossal shark dubbed “Spark Attack” is made from styrofoam and fiberglass, much like the sculpture’s predecessors “Sgt. Quackers” and “Col. Crackers.”
“A shipwreck, separated identical twins, mistaken identities, drunken knights, singing and one pair of yellow stockings characterize the mad antics of Lady Olivia’s household as the characters fall in and out of love in the topsy-turvy world of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night,’” according to the press release.
Osprey Productions will host Euphoria: UNF Art Walk, bringing together the Jacksonville community and the UNF campus to showcase art.