The Brooks Center’s latest lobby art exhibit focuses on the environment with Kathleen Thum’s “Gathering Lines,” on display now until Thursday, April 27.
Todd Anderson, an assistant professor of art at Clemson University, is a printmaker, skilled at transferring beauty and wonder from landscapes onto paper to share his experiences with the public. “I think we all understand that the world is changing in sweeping and dramatic ways,” Anderson says, his voice quiet and earnest. “My belief is that those places need to be seen, they need to be experienced and they need to be creatively documented.” Since its founding 100 years ago, Glacier National Park has lost more than 80 percent of its glaciers. Over the past six years, Anderson says, he hiked more than 500 miles through that park for a project called “The Last Glacier.” The art has been acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress and other libraries and personal collectors.
Music, dance and a classic play highlight the winter season at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Take a journey through jazz history as Clemson University welcomes The Langston Hughes Project’s “Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz.” The multimedia event features the Ron McCurdy Quartet for a one-time performance at 5 p.m. Feb. 2 at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts. Admission is free.
Lecturer of Music Dr. Eric Lapin researches the relationship between music and politics at Clemson University.
Clemson University visual art students and invited renowned artists will be on full display this fall in the Clemson University Center for Visual Art’s (CVA) gallery spaces.
The ceramics studio in the department of art at Clemson University will hold the annual Fall Ceramics Bowl Sale from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the hallway in front of the Lee Gallery in Lee Hall.
Award-winning novelist and Clemson University English professor Nic Brown will read in a campus benefit for Loaves and Fishes at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, in the Self Auditorium at the Strom Thurmond Institute.
November at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts is highlighted by comedy and music.
“Solastalgia,” an exhibition by Clemson University Master of Fine Arts candidates Deighton Abrams and Haley Floyd opened this week and will run until Nov. 11 at the Center for Visual Arts-Lee Gallery.
Glenview Middle School students of Anderson explore heritage in art project on display in Brooks Center Lobby.
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University presents jazz, dance, theater and student groups in October.
Angela Naimou, associate professor of English at Clemson University, has won the 2016 ASAP Book Prize from the Association of the Study of the Arts of the Present. Naimou’s book, “Salvage Work: U.S. and Caribbean Literatures amid the Debris of Legal Personhood,” was published in 2015 by Fordham University Press.
The place where everybody knows your name is open for business once again, and a Clemson alumnus is minding the shop.