The Museum & Gallery’s building may be temporarily closed, but that does not mean M&G will stop making an impact on people’s lives. M&G is planning many different events that are geared toward reaching out to the community and keeping the public engaged with the various works of art that M&G is proud to share.
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The Cinema Department of Bob Jones University will premiere the senior cinema majors’ short films on April 29 at 7 p.m. in Stratton Hall. At the premiere, Luke Brubaker, Candace Burkett, Abby Cole, Will Craven, Destry Edwards, Brian French, Nathan Kidd and Larissa Loeffler will present their films. These nine seniors started working on the
The Collegian staff received 13 awards during the South Carolina Press Association’s annual meetings and awards presentation Friday, including third place for the paper’s general excellence. Staff of The Collegian, Clemson’s The Tiger, USC’s The Daily Gamecock and others attended the meetings hosted by Francis Marion University in Florence. The SCPA represents 13 collegiate newspapers
University students are displaying their talents and skills in the final weeks of the semester through the annual Commencement Contests. The competitions, held by the School of Fine Arts and Communication, start earlier in the spring semester. The competition winners are announced at the end of each academic year. Students in the competitions create artwork
A BJU senior theatre arts major, Colton Beach, is spending his last semester of college producing his own one-act musical along with a small cast and crew. Mutually Exclusive: A One Act Musical premiers Friday at The Spinning Jenny in Greer with show times at 5 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for $7
BJU’s theatre arts department is preparing to transport audiences back in time to the 1950s on April 20-22 and 27-29 at 7:30 p.m. in Performance Hall with the production of The Trip to Bountiful. Audiences will be introduced to a woman near death named Carrie Watts who is on a journey—a journey from Houston, Texas,
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Dramatic lighting, moving music and actors layered in makeup—Living Gallery returns to BJU April 13-15 with performances at 4:30 and 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and an additional 2 p.m. performance on Saturday. The annual tradition has become a staple in Greenville, drawing crowds from throughout the Southeast. This year’s performance, The Savior’s
Bob Jones University musicians had the unique opportunity to host a Side-by-Side Midwest Music Festival in Chicago as well as perform Jubilate Deo in the Orchestra Hall this past weekend. The Bob Jones University Symphony Orchestra, directed by Dr. Michael Moore; the BJU Chorale, directed by Dr. Warren Cook; and Dr. Dan Turner, the director