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.
Under the direction of Dr. Dan Turner, the Symphonic Wind Band will perform its annual post-lighting ceremony concert tonight at 7:30 in Rodeheaver Auditorium.
Regardless of country, culture or era, people have always loved a good story.
“I wish I’d never been born!” This dramatic exclamation from fictional character George Bailey is what the plot of It’s a Wonderful Life is built around.
A one-act opera about an aging spinster and her maid, their inquisitive neighbor and a mysterious, eligible bachelor who has recently come to town—what’s not to like?
Reimagining history: New production of ‘Richard III’ revels in originality, draws inspiration from broad variety of time periods
The Classic Players’ production of Richard III, designed and directed by Mr. Jeff Stegall of the dramatic arts faculty, will be performed Wednesday through Friday at 8 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.
The works of three members of BJU’s art faculty will be on display beginning Monday in the Sargent Art Building. The exhibit will feature works by two established BJU art faculty members, Mr. Mike Slattery and Mrs. Michelle Radford, and will also showcase the work of first-year BJU art faculty member Mr. Ross Shoe, who
The BJU Chorale will present its fall concert, titled “Songs of the Journey,” tonight in War Memorial Chapel at 6:30 and 8 p.m.
The university family is preparing to welcome the Georgia Guitar Quartet to campus for the semester’s first Artist Series.