As the magazine of the College of Fine Arts, Arts Next showcases the latest innovations, work and research from students and faculty. Launched in the fall 2016 and published each semester, each issues aims to inform and inspire. For more information on this publication, please contact Rose L. Thayer at email@example.com.
The bread and butter of the College of Fine Arts are the traditions of each artistic form—classical music, painting, sketching, Shakespeare and ballet. In this issue, explore the reinvention of these fine arts to meet the demands placed on today’s artists while preserving traditions of the past. Discover how design impacts health care, how 3-D printing instruments can create access to new music and how can the college prepare students to join and lead the next generation of creatives. Also, read about the ever-evolving work of Michael Smith, a world renowned visual and performance artist and professor of studio art. Read the full magazine online, or download a pdf. artsnext_fall_2017_web_small.pdf (2mb) (You may need to install Acrobat Reader to access this document.)
This issue explores the theme of new works. Articles highlight students recording music and 3-D printing in The Foundry maker space in the Fine Arts Library, the Butler School of Music’s new string quartet in residence Invoke, and a preview of the 2017 Cohen New Works Festival. Read the full magazine online, or download a pdf. ArtsNext_Spring_2017.pdf (815kb)(You may need to install Acrobat Reader to access this document.)
In the inaugural issue, the cover article examines the growth of the Design program both within the Department of Art and Art History and through the creation of the Center for Integrated Design. Also read about the diversity and innovation in the Dance program and music students creating opportunities outside of the classroom. Read the full magazine online, or download a pdf. ArtsNext_Fall_2016.pdf (637kb) (You may need to install Acrobat Reader to access this document.)