Whether she is working with actress Reese Witherspoon or for her own company, Meredith German ’99 has made her mark as a successful fashion designer.Read more
Stone Mural Project brings students, artists, and community leaders together for a creative and lasting celebration of Greenville.
Furman alum Nathan Bertling '96 talks about art, the divine and painting from the first row.
Furman students work with a local arts school to give the neighborhood an artistic flair.
Professor Ross McClain speaks with a television station about how the university is helping create murals for a local school.
Art professor Terri Bright and English professor Willard Pate publish collections of photographs.
Paintings by Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville, Mo.) Professor of Art Armin Mühsam will be on display in Furman University’s Thompson Gallery, Roe Art Building, March 17-April 7. The exhibition, Clear Cut Spaces, is free and open to the public, and is presented by the Furman University Department of Art.
Haley Brown ’17, Maranda DeBusk ’13 and Taylor Jensen ’18 represented Furman University well at the recent Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) annual undergraduate and graduate student competition. Brown’s lighting design of Durang/Durang, presented at the Furman Playhouse in 2015, took home first place in the undergraduate competition. This summer, she’ll serve as Assistant Lighting Designer […]
Prints by Jonathan McFadden, professor at the College of Fine Arts, School of Art & Visual Studies at University of Kentucky, will be on display in Furman University’s Thompson Gallery, Roe Art Building, Feb. 15-March 15. Thompson Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The exhibition, Clearly this is satire, but …, is free and open to the public, and is presented by the Furman University Department of Art.
Mixed media art by Mollie Oblinger, Associate Professor of Art at Ripon College (Wis.), will be on display in Thompson Gallery, Roe Art Building, Jan. 11-Feb. 10. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. A reception with the artist is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 8, 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Roe Art Building. About her mixed media works, Oblinger says, “Abstraction starts in observation.”