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..
Students with multiple specialties across two Middle Tennessee State University colleges added another notch to their professional tool belts by providing the sounds, sights and..
MTSU’s Mike Forbes is accustomed to working behind the scenes to help others shine. Now he and 1,000 other Nashville-area volunteers who’ve been helping with..
MTSU professor Robert “Bob” Gordon Jr. has always encouraged his multi-camera TV production students to be ready to change course when the unexpected happens, because..
MTSU Theatre students and faculty are creating one wild ride on the Tucker Theatre stage Nov. 5-8 with a live, and livestreamed, production of “Ride..
Journalists from MTSU’s College of Media and Entertainment joined their media colleagues across the country on election night 2020, providing live local coverage of the 2020..
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..
Middle Tennessee State University’s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is turning up the heat on MTSU news with our June 2020 edition, featuring..
How can you learn a task when the task you’re supposed to observe isn’t being done? Students in MTSU‘s multi-camera TV production courses this spring..
Teamwork by two MTSU professors on a project to help indigenous filmmakers tell their stories and share their efforts to save their Amazon rainforest has..
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