Arts & Culture

8:44am

Mon October 1, 2012

10:08am

Wed September 26, 2012
Arts & Culture

Nashville Ballet Announces Musical Collaborations Inspiring Original Dance

Nashville Singer/Songwriter Holly Williams to Collaborate with Nashville Ballet

Nashville Ballet announced at last night’s Ballet Ball 2013 Committee Kick-off Event, that it will collaborate with two nationally acclaimed, Nashville-based musicians – cerebral singer/songwriter Matthew Perryman Jonesand Americana music royalty Holly Williams– to create original works of art as part of its upcoming performance season and for its annual fundraising gala, Ballet Ball.

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9:58am

Wed September 26, 2012
Arts & Culture

MTSU Theatre and Dance Opens Season in an ‘Elephant’s Graveyard’

Tennessee students will depict a tragic and confusing moment in Tennessee history when MTSU Theatre and Dance opens its 2012-13 season Wednesday, Oct. 3, with George Brant’s “Elephant’s Graveyard.” 


Directed by Dr. Crosby Hunt with movement by Professor Kim Neal Nofsinger, “Elephant’s Graveyard” will feature a cast of 13 students from across the state in performances set Oct. 3-6 and Oct. 10-12 in the Studio Theatre inside the Boutwell Dramatic Arts Auditorium.

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8:16am

Tue September 25, 2012
Arts & Culture

Public Can View MTSU Dairy, Farm in Action Sept. 27 at Ag Field Day

Cow's New Home

In September 2011, about 500 people attended the grand opening of the new MTSU Dairy.


On Thursday, Sept. 27, people can see and hear the dairy in action — and the rest of the MTSU Farm in Lascassas, too.


The annual Ag Field Day, which showcases the MTSU Experiential Learning and Research Center, will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at the farm, which is located at 3211 Guy James Rd.

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9:48am

Wed September 19, 2012
Arts & Culture

MTSU to Officially Open New Student Union Building Sept. 19

President Sidney A. McPhee and Middle Tennessee State University are extending an invitation to the public to attend the ribbon cutting and official opening of the Student Union Building.


It will start at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, outside the main entrance with the revolving door and faces west toward the courtyard and College of Education Building. In the event of rain, the event will move inside to the ballroom.

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