After what 2020 and much of 2021 threw at them, this summer’s round-the-clock Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts at MTSU was a virtual vacation..
MTSU is donning laurels by association today as three university-affiliated artists — dancer and professor Meg Brooker, actor and aerospace alumnus Cameron L. Mitchell, and poet..
MTSU speech and dance students helped to mark the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities Dec. 3 by bringing together artists from around the world..
Students and faculty in Tennessee’s only full dance degree program are bringing themes of peace, freedom, protest, technology and identity to the screen with special..
MTSU has plenty of treats in store for audiences until Friday, Nov. 6, thanks to students who helped showcase the talents of young musicians from..
Tennessee’s arts-focused high school juniors and seniors spent most of June learning exactly how and why the show must go on at the 2020 Governor’s..
MTSU is joining the applause for the Arts Center of Cannon County and its 40 years of showcasing music, theater, dance, sculpture, painting, quilting, basket-making..
MTSU plays a major role in the upcoming Tennessee STEAM Festival, which aims to attract youngsters to the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts and..
The Southern Girls Rock Camp again gave young aspiring musicians a chance to showcase their musical and arts talents for a 16th year at Middle Tennessee..
The executive lead principal of the nation’s first STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math — campus for pre-K through 12th grades will deliver the keynote address at an..
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