The University’s Classic Players will bring one of the most famous plays, by one of the most famous playwrights, to Rodeheaver Auditorium starting Wednesday.
Through the years, Living Gallery has become a highlight during the spring semester. It is an amazing way to celebrate the death and resurrection of our Savior.
What is graphic design? That’s the question 16 senior graphic design majors want to answer in their upcoming show, “Methodologie.”
As Christians, we often endure confusion and pain without understanding God’s reasons, but we can still find our future and our hope in God.
‘The Mikado’ to be performed at BJU: New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players to present comic operetta
Gilbert and Sullivan’s fictitious town of Titipu, Japan, is coming next week to the Rodeheaver stage.
It’s more than just a picture: How BJU’s Photo Services creatively promotes the University through the art of photography
We’ve seen the “Photo of the Day” displayed by the projectors in the FMA, and we’ve no doubt marveled at our copies of the Vintage at the close of each academic year.
A couple of sewing machines hum steadily, a few students are hunched over shirt and skirt patterns, dress forms are spread throughout the room, and the high-concentration level is palpable.
Artist Series to bring C.S. Lewis novel to life: McLean to act and direct Screwtape Letters performance
Audiences will receive a glimpse into the mind of fictional demons in upcoming performances of Lewis’s book The Screwtape Letters Tuesday through Thursday at 8 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.
Six senior studio art majors will display collections of their original work for the public to view and enjoy in two exhibitions this semester.
This semester more than 100 audiences and congregations in 10 states will hear the Gospel and learn about Christian education from the BJU Drama Ministry Team.