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02/10/2020
Symphony Orchestra, Averbach named semifinalists in national competition
Miami University Symphony Orchestra and their conductor, Ricardo Averbach, have been named semifinalists for the 2019-2020 American Prize National Nonprofit Competitions in the Performing Arts.
02/07/2020
Release of 'Through Time and Place' reunites former and current Miami musicians
A prestigious recording with music by former CCA Dean James Lentini will be released on March 13. Faculty member Ricardo Averbach conducts the Sofia Philharmonic.
02/04/2020
Desire, Conflict and Exchange: Art of 19th Century East Asia and the West
Desire, Conflict & Exchange is the culminating work of the 2019 Art & Architecture History Senior Capstone seminar taught by Dr. Michael Hatch and is one of the featured exhibitions at the Miami University Art Museum open Jan 28-Jun 13, 2020..
01/02/2020
The College of Creative Arts Hosts Arc + Id Alumni Reception in Chicago
42 Arc + Id alumni gathered to network and share memories.
12/05/2019
Interactive Media Studies Professor Named AIS Distinguished Member Cum Laude
Interactive Media Studies and Information Systems and Analytics Professor Named AIS Distinguished Member Cum Laude
11/07/2019
International Collaboration Brings 'Pulse' to Miami Stage
A composer, a violinist, and a choreographer quicken the 'Pulse' of Dance Theatre's Winter 2019 Concert
11/04/2019
Brukel Released on Steam
Bob De Schutter, Miami University C. Michael Armstrong professor of applied game design, is the lead designer on an award-winning new digital game called Brukel, which explores the life of a World War II survivor. Brukel is now available on Steam.
10/29/2019
Students Perform a Play at Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Students Perform a Play about Freedom Summer at Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
10/03/2019
BLINK to feature art installations with Miami University connections
At this year's BLINK art festival, the Miami University Center for Community Engagement in Over-the-Rhine, through its Storefronts series, will present grassroots projected animations as part of the Time for an UPdate? installation. Right, Danny Capaccio (Miami '11) uses a heat gun to measure the temperature of the LED lights in one of 10 toilets that will be part of an installation titled No public restrooms. Both art pieces will be located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Creative forces with Miami University connections will be in the limelight at this year's light-based art festival, BLINK.