by Favour Boluwade For the past 37 years, the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts, hosted by MTSU’s College of Liberal Arts, has been a tool for the..
The teaching musicians of the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts will share their artistry with the community in a series of free public concerts..
Middle Tennessee State University dance students and faculty will whisk winter away this Thursday through Saturday, April 21-23, when the MTSU Dance Theatre’s 2022 Spring..
MTSU Theatre students are once again bringing Broadway to Middle Tennessee audiences by showcasing family relationships and self-awareness with their April 7-10 production of the..
MTSU Theatre students are inviting local audiences to join the adventures of the young refugee “Anon(ymous)” as he searches for home when they bring playwright..
Wet wintry weather is part of the forecast for aspiring artists seeking inspiration at the next installment of “Green is the New Blue: Creativity Workshops..
MTSU faculty and staff appeared on WGNS Radio’s “Action Line” program recently to talk about the latest consumer outlook survey, a teacher training and recruitment program,..
The December 2021 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is a first: a presentation of the beloved “Joys..
Imagine live, locally created holiday entertainment warming your living room or den as dear ones gather on the big comfy couch with blankets, popcorn and..
Students and faculty of the MTSU Dance Theatre will use movement and music to share stories of social justice, spirituality, survival and the significance of..
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