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May 2013


Much ado for Georgia Shakespeare as it announces new academic partners

Georgia Shakespeare is launching partnerships with Kennesaw State University, Brenau University and the University of North Georgia.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 5/1/13



NOVEMBER 2012


Mac Powell of Third Day exercises his country muscle

Kennesaw State University alumnus Mac Powell talks about his music.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 11/1/12



OCTOBER 2012


Culture notes: KSU-Rialto forge dance partenership

Kennesaw State University's Department and Georgia State University's Rialto Center for the Arts forge presenting partnership.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 10/24/12


KSU exhibit to feature incarcerated youth

"Juvenile-In-Justice" by Richard Ross to be at Kennesaw State University.

Marietta Daily Journal, 10/23/12


KSU exhibit to feature incarcerated youth

"Juvenile-In-Justice" by Richard Ross to be at Kennesaw State University.

Marietta Daily Journal, 10/23/12


Cabaret at Kennesaw State University's Stillwell Theatre

'Cabaret' is "fantastic and also gives the viewer a chance to experience the Kennesaw State students, who are truly Broadway bound."

The Backstage Beat, 10/17/12


Kennesaw State's Department of Dance partners with Rialto Center for the Arts downtown

Rialto Center for the Arts is in a presenting partnership with KSU Department of Dance.

Kennesaw State University News, 10/17/12


Contemplating the 'Lonesome City' today at KSU

KSU Art Prof. Matt Haffner's site-specific installation and panel discussion makes it on 'Fresh Loaf.'

Creative Loafing, 10/11/12


MOCA GA to Showcase Artist Ayokunle Odeleye, Opening Saturday, November 10, 2012

KSU Art Prof. Ayokunle Odeleye to have retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA).

Online PR Media, 10/9/12


Culture Notes: Elevate public art schedule; changes at KSU arts

KSU Fifth Flourish Luncheon and February 2013 retirement of Dean Joseph Meeks to bring changes.

Atlanta-Journal Constitution, 10/8/12


Richard Ross: Juvenile-in-Justice Photo Exhibit Reviewed

KSU Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art displays photography by Richard Ross.

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, 10/8/12


Celebration of a New Public Art Sculpture at Cascade Road & Benjamin E. Mays Drive, Saturday

KSU Art Prof. Ayokunle Odeleye to introduce new public art, "Chi Wara Sundial Lantern."

Cascade Patch, 10/6/12


KSU Museum Breaks Ground

KSU breaks ground on new Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art.

Stanley Beaman & Sears Blog, 10/4/12


Matt Haffner at KSU

KSU Art Prof. Matt Haffner's site-specific installation sparks panel discussion on public art.

Art Relish, 10/3/12


Tales From The Lonesome City: A Site-Specific Installation by Matt Haffner

KSU Art Prof. Matt Haffner has installation occupying the foyer of the Visual Arts Building.

Atlanta Celebrates Photography, 10/1/12 

Kennesaw State University breaks ground on new museum in Georgia

KSU has broken ground on the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art.

World Interior Design Network, 10/1/12



SEPTEMBER 2012

Jen MacQueen Choreograph's KSU's CABARET 10/16-21

KSU Dance Prof. Jen MacQueen to choreograph "Cabaret."

Broadwayworld.com, 9/27/12


VIRGINIA THIS MORNING: Playwright Margaret Baldwin

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies Prof. Margaret Baldwin speak about her play "Night Blooms."

CBS Richmond, VA, 9/26/12


Groundbreaking of Zuckerman Museum

Video of the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art.

Kennesaw State University Vimeo, 9/26/12


Kennesaw State breaks ground on Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art

KSU held a groundbreaking ceremony on September 25, 2012.

Kennesaw State University News, 9/25/12


Museum 'Will Become' KSU Arts Hub

KSU broke ground on a $3 milion art museum.

Kennesaw Patch, 9/25/12


KSU to break ground on art museum today

KSU to break ground on the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art.

Marietta Daily Journal, 9/25/12


KSU to Break Ground on Museum

Ceremony is scheduled for 1 p.m. on September 25, 2012.

Kennesaw Patch, 9/25/12

Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

The groundbreaking ceremony for the 9,200-square-foot museum in Kennesaw is planned.

CBS Atlanta, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

KSU is breaking ground for an art museum outside Atlanta.

Fox 5 Atlanta, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Breaks Ground on Museum

The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art to have groundbreaking ceremony.

GPB News, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art to serve multiple roles on campus.

WTVM-TV Columbus, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art expected to open in fall 2013.

WRCB-TV Chattanooga, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

The museum is expected to open in fall of 2013.

WSB Radio, 9/25/12

 

Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art will serve as a cultural resource on contemporary art.

WSB-TV Atlanta, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

KSU is breaking ground for an art museum outside Atlanta.

WDEF-TV Chattanooga, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art will house the university's permanent art collection.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 9/25/12


Kennesaw State Univ. to break ground on art museum

KSU to break ground for art museum outside Atlanta.

The Sacramento Bee, 9/25/12


KSU Breaks Ground for New Art Museum

KSU breaks ground on a new 9,200 sq. ft. art museum.

PBA30, 9/25/12


'Night Blooms' tells family tale against civil rights

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies Prof. Margaret Baldwin attends first rehearsal of her play "Night Blooms," which opens Virginia Repertory Theatre 2012-2013 Season.

Richmond Times-Dispatch, 9/20/12


Virginia Repertory Theatre Opens NIGHT BLOOMS, 9/28

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies Prof. Margaret Baldwin's play "Night Blooms" opens Virginia Repertory Theatre 2012-2013 Season.

Broadwayworld.com, 9/18/12


A Well-Tempered Concert - Robert Henry on Bach

KSU Music Artist-in-Residence Robert Henry to perform Bach's "Well-Tempered Clavier."

PBA30, 9/17/12


Broadway star Shuler Hensley appointed artist-in-residence at Kennesaw State University

Shuler Hensley brings experience to the KSU Department of Theatre & Performance Studies.

ArtsATL.com, 9/13/12


Review: The "imperfect substitutes" are real art in KSU Art Museum's "Paper Moon"

"Paper Moon" exhibition gets praise.

ArtsATL.com, 9/12/12

College of the Arts Dean Announces Retirement

Dean Joseph Meeks to step down from position on February 1.

KSU Sentinel, 9/7/12


Culture notes: KSU to fete Flourish Award honorees

The Final Flourish Luncheon to honor Dennis Hanthorn, Alfred L. Watkins, Pam Carsillo, and Center for Puppetry Arts.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 9/7/12


Living Walls 2012: Marcy Starz

Marcy Starz (art, 2010) completes mural for Living Walls 2012.

Creative Loafing, 9/2/12


AUGUST 2012


Matt Haffner unveils his latest mural, "Wolfmother"

KSU Art and Design Prof. Matt Haffner takes part of "Four Coats Neighborhood Mural Project."

whitespace, 8/27/12


Kennesaw State Univ. dean to retire in February

KSU Dean of the College of the Arts, Joseph Meeks to retire; new dean will be selected by next summer.

The Sacramento Bee, 8/26/12


Kennesaw State Univ. dean to retire in February

KSU Dean of the College of the Arts, Joseph Meeks to retire after 14 years as the founding dean.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 8/26/12


KSU to present 'Paper Moon' exhibition starting Aug. 30

KSU exhibition to examine substitution and illusion.

Marietta Daily Journal, 8/24/12


Kennesaw State dean to retire

KSU Dean of the College of the Arts, Joseph Meeks to retire in February.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 8/24/12

 

Dig It! Outdoor Adventure Lite with Backyard Glamping

KSU Art and Design Prof. Matt Haffner's restored Shasta trailer gets publicity.

HGTV Gardens, 8/22/12


Matt Haffner Mural Unveiling + Block Party

KSU Art and Design Prof. Matt Haffner to unveil "Wolf Mother" mural sponsered by the City of Atlanta for the Four Coats Project.

Whitespace Gallery, 8/16/12

 

Showtime: Upcoming KSU theater, arts season full of variety

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies season announced.

Marietta Daily Journal, 8/10/12


International Honors

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies troupe wins awards from festival in Morocco.

Kennesaw State University News, 8/6/12

KSU Students Win Awards in Moroccan Contest

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies troupe performed Jean Cocteau's "The Eiffel Tower Wedding Party."

Kennesaw Patch, 8/2/12



JULY 2012

Suzy Bogguss to Perform at KSU Tonight

The concert is part of the 2012 Starlight Summer Concert Series.

Kennesaw Patch, 7/29/12


Kennesaw State's own take the stage for final Starlight concert

KSU Faculty Jazz Parliament concludes the 2012 Starlight Summer Concert Series.

Kennesaw State University News, 7/25/12


Kennesaw State's own take the stage for final Starlight concert

KSU Faculty Jazz Parliament closes the 2012 Starlight Summer Concert Series.

Duluth Weekly, 7/25/12


The Collective Project sends up film noir with "The Red Herring"

Greg Garrison (theatre and performance studies, 2010) has world premiere production of his play reviewed.

Creative Loafing, 7/23/12


Review: From the chaotic to the sublime, gloATL fills Atlanta landscapes with dance

KSU Dance Pro. Lauri Stallings choregraphs piece that fills Atlanta.

ArtsATL.com, 7/23/12

Review: "The Red Herring" can't decide whether it's hard-boiled detective drama or spoof

Greg Garrison (theatre and performance studies, 2010) has world premiere production of his play reviewed.

ArtsATL.com, 7/23/12


Review: In Whitespace's "From Cosmology to Neurology," images converse amid an ocean of ideas

KSU Art and Design Prof. Beth Lilly has a piece mentioned in the review.

ArtsATL.com, 7/19/12


Robert Sherer

KSU Art and Design Prof. Robert Sherer has artwork featured.

Juxtapoz, 7/19/12

Illustrations by Kelly McKernan

Kelly McKernan (art, 2009) illustrations are featured.

designyoutrust.com, 7/14/12


Marietta favorite granted another chance

Jennifer Akin (theatre, 1996) to perform again in "Smoke on the Mountain."

Marietta Daily Journal, 7/12/12


Breaking News: MOCA GA Announces Working Artist Project Winners

KSU Art and Design Prof. Katherine Taylor has been named one of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Geogia's Working Artist Project award winners.

BurnAway, 7/12/12


Eric Lindell to Take the Stage at KSU

KSU's College of the Arts 2012 Starlight Summer Concert Series continues this weekend with a performance by the blues guitarist.

Kennesaw Patch, 7/10/12


KSU Students to Travel to Morocco

KSU Theatre and Performance Studies students travel to Casablanca to perform 'The Eiffel Tower Wedding Party' by Jean Cocteau.

Kennesaw Patch, 7/6/12


Kennesaw State announces the 2012-2013 Scholarship Series

KSU School of Music presents a concert series that will benefit scholarships for KSU music students.

Duluth Weekly, 7/5/12


Menaboni Exhibition on Display at KSU

The Don Russell Clayton Gallery displays Menaboni's mural works.

Kennesaw Patch, 7/5/12


New Designation for KSU Arts Program

The College of the Arts at KSU now has a School of Art and Design.

GPB News, 7/5/12

Have a safe, happy Fourth of July

KSU College of the Arts Star Spangled Spectacular pictured.

Marietta Daily Journal, 7/4/12


KSU Teacher in the Spotlight

KSU Art and Design Prof. Robert Sherer speaks about his artwork and unique techniques.

Kennesaw Patch, 7/4/12


Kennesaw State University establishes new School of Art and Design

The College of the Arts at KSU now has a School of Art and Design.

ArtsATL.com, 7/4/12

KSU to create new art school

KSU's Department of Visual Arts will become the School of Art and Design.

Marietta Daily Journal, 7/3/12

 

KSU theatre students to perform in Morocco

KSU theatre & performance studies students travel to the Fesitval International de Théåtre Universitaire de Casablanca sponsored by Hassan II Ben M'sik University.

Duluth Weekly, 7/2/12


KSU establishes School of Art and Design

KSU Visual Arts Department expanding into a full-fledged School of Art and Design.

Creative Loafing, 7/2/12


Eric Lindell to take the stage for Starlight concert

On Sunday, July 15, the 2012 Starlight Summer Concert Series will continue with a performance by Lousisiana-based guitarist Eric Lindell.

Kennesaw State University News, 7/2/12



JUNE 2012

Starlight Summer Concert Series

KSU continues a summertime tradition of fireworks, folk, jazz and more.

Kennesaw Patch, 6/30/12

Fireworks and a Show at KSU

Kennesaw State will be gearing up for its Star Spangled Spectacular concert and fireworks.

Kennesaw Patch, 6/29/12

High schoolers hit KSU for summer art clinic

KSU College of the Arts host Summer Arts Clinic.

KSU Sentinel, 6/27/12


Singing Teachers Learn How to Use Biofeedback for Voice Training at National Conference

KSU Music Prof Dr. Adam Kirkpatrick makes the invisible visible with his new technology that uses SEMG biofeedback as part of his voice training program.

PRWeb, 6/27/12

Artist Spotlight: Robert Sherer

KSU Art and Design Prof. Robert Sherer has his pyrographic works spotlighted.

Advocate.com, 6/26/12

KSU Theatre Announces 2012-13 Season

KSU Department of Theatre and Performance Studies presents a new season that includes plays, student improv, storytelling and more.

Kennesaw Patch, 6/20/12

ARTSpeak: Matt Haffner and Cosmo Whyte on Talent Loves Company

KSU Art and Design Prof. Matt Haffner speaks about his involvement with an exhibition at Barbara Archer Gallery.

BurnAway, 6/19/12

Brick Store Celebrates 15 Years

The Brick Store Pub celebrates by unveiling an Athens Menaboni mural in a unique event benefiting DeKalb History Center.

Decatur-Avondale Estates Patch, 6/18/12

Kennesaw State announces the 2012-2013 Premiere Series

KSU College of the Arts presents the line up of concerts for the 19th season of their Premiere Series.

Duluth Weekly, 6/15/12

Culture notes: ... 1958 Menaboni mural resurfacing at Decatur's Brick Store Pub

KSU's Don Russell Clayton Gallery has Athens Menaboni exhibit up until June 28.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Access Atlanta, 6/15/12

Kennesaw State announces the 2012-2013 Premiere Series

KSU Premiere Series enters its 19th season and showcases musicians from around the world.

Kennesaw State University News, 6/14/12


Dodge & Burn: Creative Dads

KSU Art & Design Prof. Matt Haffner makes the list of "Creative Dads."

BurnAway, 6/14/12

Sculptor Ayokunle Odeleye Invites Public To View "Chi Wara Sundial"

KSU Art & Design Prof. Ayokunle Odeleye opens studio and will have a Retrospective Exhibition of his work at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCAGA) in November 2012.

World Wide Arts Resource, 6/12/12

KSU Faculty Jazz Parliament

KSU Faculty Jazz Parliament to perform in outdoor concert at the Legacy Gazebo Ampthitheater on KSU Campus for Starlight Summer Concert Series.

Atlanta PlanIt, 6/12/12

Matt Haffner

KSU Art & Design Prof. Matt Haffner is interviewed.

Artist View Network, 6/10/12

Starlight Summer Concert Series offers outdoor music events

Annual College of the Arts concert series features fireworks, folk, jazz, and more.

Duluth Weekly, 6/8/12

KSU seeking nominations for Flourish Awards

Annual Flourish Awards nominations are being accepted until June 29.

Marietta Daily Journal, 6/8/12

Starlight Summer Concert Series

KSU's annual summer tradition kicks off with the Star Spangled Spectacular event Saturday, June 30.

Kennesaw Patch, 6/8/12

Cobb brothers put together who's who concert series

Chris and Michael Martin are masterminds behind the National Brass Symposium hosted by KSU in the Bailey Performance Center.

Marietta Daily Journal, 6/8/12

Arts blossom at Kennesaw State University, 20 miles from Atlanta

ArtsATL profiles the flourishing arts at KSU.

ArtsATL.com, 6/6/12



MAY 2012

Starlight Summer Concert Series

KSU College of the Arts 2012 Starlight Summer Concert Series featured.

Atlanta Moms on the Move, 5/29/12

KSU Dance Company returns to National College Dance Festival

KSU Dance Company returns for a third time to festival.

Creative Loafing, 5/23/12

Rock and Roll Musical "Memphis" to Debut at the Kennedy Center

KSU alumni Jody Reynard (theatre, 1998) part of award-winning production.

AFRO, 5/16/12

Vanderlyn art teacher gives 20 inches and $1,000 to Wigs for Kids

KSU alumnus Christina McDowell (art education, 2010) gives 20 inches and $1,000 to Wigs for Kids.

The Crier, 5/15/12

Matt Haffner awarded NEA grant

KSU received a $15,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for Visual Arts Prof. Matt Haffner‘s multi-media installation in the foyer of KSU’s visual arts building.

ArtsATL.com, 5/8/12

gloATLPresents a Contemporary Dance Event in Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings to premiere new choregraphic work.

Atlanta BeltLine, 5/5/12

Lauri Stallings - Float

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings is the founder and “Dancemaker” at gloATL, a collaborative artistic group that incorporates location and rhythm into an immersive art experience.

Velcro, 5/2/12

 

APRIL 2012

Review: What's true, what's not, what's a dream in Beth Lilly's mysterious narratives at Hagedorn?

KSU Visual Arts Prof. Beth Lilly's “Every Single One of These Stories Is True (The Dream of the Red Elephant),” at Hagedorn Foundation Gallery gets reviewed by Jerry Cullum.

ArtsATL.com, 4/26/12

Kennesaw State's concert hall named for Audrey and Jack Morgan

KSU honored the most recent gift by benefactor Bobbie Bailey with the official naming and dedication of the concert hall in the Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center.

Kennesaw State University News, 4/25/12

Marc Brotherton and Nina Carelli open solo shows at Causey Contemporary

KSU Visual Art Prof. Marc Brotherton to have his third solo exhibition in Causey Contemporary.

artdaily.org, 4/24/12


Show #19: Hydrodynamic

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings to be on "The Voice of the Arts."

Sidewalk Radio, 4/23/12

Board of Regents approves name for Kennesaw State University Art Museum

The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents approved KSU's proposal to name Phase II of its Art Museum in honor of university benefactor Bernard A. Zuckerman.

Kennesaw State University News, 4/19/12

New fine art museum coming Fall 2013

The $3 million, 2,900-square-foot expansion to the Bailey Center to be new Art Museum.

KSU Sentinel, 4/18/12


Athos Menaboni: A Room with a View

KSU exhibits murals by Athos Menaboni.

ArtsATL.com, 4/17/12


Art Scholarship Winners Announced

Prospective KSU Music Student Andy Dang wins scholarship and plans to attend KSU.

Duluth Patch, 4/17/12

Gallery notes: Steele’s disorienting “Intermix” at Chastain, Menaboni’s murals at Kennesaw

Catherine Fox reviews Athens Menaboni's murals on display at KSU.

ArtsATL.com, 4/17/12

KSU Dance Company invited to perform at the Kennedy Center

KSU Dance Company has been invited to perform in the American College Dance Festival Association's National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Kennesaw State University News, 4/11/12

A Wülf at the Goat Farm

KSU Alumnus Marium Khalid (theatre and performance studies, 2009) is the director of Rua|Wülf.

Creative Loafing, 4/11/12

Episode 177: MORE KSU Brass Band

KSU Alumni and Friends Brass Band's inaugural seaon gets featured.

TromboneLessons.com, 4/9/12


Kennesaw State dancers to perform at Kennedy Center

KSU's Dance Company will perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., on May 24 through May 27.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 4/6/12

Breaking news: Kennesaw State Dance Company to perform in festival at Kennedy Center

48-member troupe have received their third invitation from the American College Dance Festival Association to perform in the National College Dance Festival.

ArtsATL.com, 4/6/12

Athos Menaboni murals at Kennesaw State University

“Room With a View: Murals by Athos Menaboni” at KSU's Don Russell Clayton Gallery profiled.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Access Atlanta, 4/5/12

KSU Dance Company Invited to Kennedy Center

KSU Dance Company will perform "Rhizome" at the National College Dance Festival.

Kennesaw Patch, 4/5/12


KSU Dance Company invited to perform at the Kennedy Center

KSU Dance Company receives third successive national invitation to the National College Dance Festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Duluth Weekly, 4/5/12

"Synergy" returns for a fifth year at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

KSU makes a strong presentation of art disciplines.

KSU Sentinel, 4/4/12


KSU student actor receives prestigious award

KSU TPS&D Student John Stewart recognized for his performance in “Splittin’ the Raft."

Duluth Weekly, 4/3/12

KSU Actor Receives National Award

KSU TPS&D Student John Stewart has received the “Outstanding Performance by an Actor” award from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.

Kennesaw Patch, 4/3/12


KSU President Emphasizes New Plan, Facilities (pdf)

A $3 million addition to KSU’s Art Museum & Galleries was recently approved by the University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents.

Coosa Valley News, 4/2/12


KSU arts museum to get $3M addition

A $3 million addition to KSU’s Art Museum & Galleries was recently approved by the University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents.

Atlanta Business Chronicle, 4/2/12


On the Town: A fun mix

KSU Visual Arts Prof. Matt Haffner in attendance for the Mix Perspective to benefit the Arts Commission of Greater Toledo.

ToledoBlade.com, 4/1/12

 

MARCH 2012

Attempt to break peace sign world record falls short

KSU Art History Student Jessie Blowers, founder of the KSU Peace Project, attempted a Guinness World Record.

Marietta Daily Journal, 3/31/12

Regents OKs $3M addition to KSU Museum

A new, $3 million addition to KSU's Art Museum & Galleries was recently approved by the Univeristy System of Georgia's Board of Regents.

Marietta Daily Journal, 3/31/12

KSU student actor receives prestigious award

KSU TPS&D Student John Stewart has received the “Outstanding Performance by an Actor” award from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.

Kennesaw State University News, 3/30/12

New name for KSU Theater

The theater's name was selected by anonymous donors who have made a $250,000 contribution to support the KSU Department of Theatre, Performance Studies and Dance.

Kennesaw State University News, 3/30/12


Kennesaw State honors $250,000 donation

Anonymous donors name The Onyx Theater.

Duluth Weekly, 3/29/12

KSU students aim to make largest human peace sign

KSU Art History Student Jessie Blowers head KSU Peace Project in attempt to break a world record.

Marietta Daily Journal, 3/29/12

KSU presents "The Secret Garden"

KSU Department of Theatre, Performance Studies & Dance presents a musical adaptation of the classic children’s story.

Duluth Weekly, 3/28/12

Breaking news: Board of Regents approves $3 million expansion of Kennesaw State's art museum

Dean of the College of the Arts Joseph Meeks says, “For 40 years, thanks to the generosity of so many friends in the community, the university has been building an incredibly wide and diverse art collection."

ArtsATL.com, 3/28/12

$3 million and 9,200-square-foot KSU museum expansion gets the OK

KSU's art program keeps growing.

Creative Loafing, 3/28/12

Saving Howard Finster's Pardise Gardens: Roundtable Discussion

KSU Art History Prof. Dr. Diana McClintock to lead discussion on April 5th.

Kennesaw Patch, 3/28/12

It Only Takes One: How an Emerging Arts Leader Can Impact a Community

Executive Director of Dance Canvas, Angela Harris mentions thei involvement with the KSU Department of Dance.

ARTSblog, 3/27/12

Board of Regents Approves KSU Museum Expansion

University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents approved construction of KSU’s $3 million, 9,200-square-foot Art Museum addition.

Coosa Valley News, 3/25/12

Saturday Love for the Arts

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings and WonderGlo mentioned.

Midtown Patch, 3/24/12

WonderGlo co-organizer Chris Appleton leads Atlanta's backyard scene through the front door

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings mentioned in creation of WonderGlo vision.

Creative Loafing, 3/23/12

WonderGlo & Making Parterships Work (Video)

Interview with KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings for gloATL and Chris Appleton, WonderRoot.

Rock It With JBird, 3/21/12

Board of Regents approves expansion of the Kennesaw State University Art Museum

The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents approved construction of Kennesaw State University’s $3 million, 9,200-square-foot Art Museum addition.

Kennesaw State University News, 3/20/12

WonderGlo gala brings Atlanta's arts to the front porch

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings helps bring WonderRoot and gloATL for the first time.

Creative Loafing, 3/20/12

 

Opening Reception for Matt Haffner and Travis Childers

KSU Visual Art Prof. Matt Haffner is one of two solo exhibitions at Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Phillyfunguide, 3/17/12

Theatre Review: ‘Hidden Man’ at 7 Stages

Review of play about late folk artist Howard Finster and KSU Visual Art Prof. Robert Sherer.

Atlanta INtown, 3/16/12

Theater review: "Hidden man" is worth a look

AJC reviews play based on a play about a meeting between late folk artist Howard Finster and KSU Visual Art Prof. Robert Sherer.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Access Atlanta, 3/12/12

Marietta Students Win Concerto Competition

Harpist Tyler Hartley and composer Johnny Bezama-Carvajal were named the winners of the KSU's 2012 Concerto Competition and will be showcaed with the KSU Orchestra.

Marietta Patch, 3/9/12

Dreaming of THE HIDDEN MAN in Paradise Gardens

7 Stages explores the enigmatic 1980s friendship of folk artist Howard Finster and KSU Visual Arts Prof. Robert Sherer.

Atlanta Retro, 3/8/12

KSU Orchestra performance to feature Concerto Competition winners

Two winners of the KSU's 2012 Concerto Competition will be showcased with the KSU Orchestra.

Duluth Weekly, 3/7/12

Joe Remillard

KSU Visual Arts Prof. makes the campus' faculty spotlight.

Kennesaw State University News, 3/6/12


Break a World Record with the KSU Peace Project

Event organized by KSU Peace Project headed by Art History Student Jessie Blowers gets more publicity.

Kennesaw Patch, 3/6/12

 

FEBRUARY 2012

Biofeedback Resources International Launch New Voice Software at AAPB in Baltimore

KSU Music Prof. Dr. Adam Kirkpatrick makes his experience and knowledge to the novice available to complement his established voice teaching method and exciting research.

PRWeb, 2/29/12

Symphonic Winds to Present Concert March 1

Alumni Dr. Lauren Denney Wright (music education, 2007) is the conductor of the OBU Symphonic Winds who are performing on March 1.

Press Zoom, 2/28/12

Worship music unites 2 faiths

“Songs of Struggle, Songs of Faith: Celebrating the African-American and Jewish Musical Traditions” featured with mention of Music Profs. Oral Moses and Judith Cole.

Marietta Daily Journal, 2/25/12

Howard Finster play creates controversy

KSU Visual Art Prof. Robert Sherer and late folk artist Howard Finster have created lots of buzz in a play based on their encounter.

Red and Black, 2/23/12


Rosenbaum: 'Hidden Man' might intrigue Finster

'Hidden Man' is a play about a meeting between late folk artist Howard Finster and KSU Visual Art Prof. Robert Sherer leaves people curious for debut.

Online Athens, 2/22/12

Finster daughter objects to his role in UGA play

A play about an encounter between late folk artist Howard Finster and KSU Visual Art Prof. Robert Sherer sparks the interest of Finster's daughter.

Washington Examiner, 2/17/12

Video: KSU Dance Company

Friday's Daily KSU Fix features a YouTube video of the Kennesaw State University Dance Company's performance of Paquita.

Kennesaw Patch, 2/17/12

Athos Menaboni's murals presented in "Room With a View" exhibition

Athos Menaboni returns to the Don Russell Clayton Gallery at KSU in the exhibition “Room With a View: Murals by Athos Menaboni.”

Duluth Weekly, 2/17/12

Kennesaw State presents Boston Brass, proceeds benefit music scholarship

KSU School of Music Scholarship Series ends its first season with Boston Brass and a premiere by KSU artist-in-residence in flute Robert Cronin.

Duluth Weekly, 2/14/12

KSU Celebrates Black and Jewish Musical Traditions

KSU Voice and Music Literature Prof. Oral Moses to perform in “Songs of Struggle, Songs of Faith: Celebrating the African-American and Jewish Musical Traditions.”

Kennesaw Patch, 2/14/12

Peruvian Textile Exhibit at Kennesaw State University

“Engaging History: Continuities of Textile Traditions in the Andes” exhibit is part of a focus on Peru at KSU's Institute for Global Initiatives.

Surface Design Association of Georgia, 2/13/12

KSU to unveil new fight song

KSU's Director of the School of Music, Dr. Harry Price speaks about how "The KSU Fight Song" came to life.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2/9/12

Marietta Music Scene: Get Out and Dance

KSU Jazz Combo and Music student Umcolisi Terrell will be featured in Night of Jazz at The Strand.

Marietta Patch, 2/9/12

Memphis explained by local actor, Jody Reynard

KSU Theatre Alumni Jody Reynard is interviewed about his upcoming performance in "Memphis."

CBS Atlanta, 2/3/12

 

JANUARY 2012

Review: A rousing and ambitious debut for "Off the EDGE" dance festival

Review of "Off the EDGE" curated by KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings including "Rhizome" choregraphed by KSU Dance Prof. Ivan Pulinkala and performed by the KSU Dance Company.

AtrsCriticATL, 1/31/12

Off the EDGE: The Rialto's Contemporary Dance Event

KSU Dance Director and Prof. Ivan Pulinkala discusses "Off the EDGE."

The Signal, 1/31/12

Off the EDGE: A Celebration of Movement in Atlanta Day 2

Review of "Off the EDGE" curated by KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings including "Rhizome" choregraphed by KSU Dance Director and Prof. Ivan Pulinkala.

The Backstage Beat Atlanta, 1/30/12

'Memphis' tour brings gay Atlanta actor Home

KSU Theatre Alumni Jody Reynard is featured in the upcoming production of "Memphis" the 2010 Tony Award-winner for Best Musical.

Project Q Atlanta, 1/30/12


Sitting on the Edge at "Off the EDGE"

Review of "Off the EDGE" curated by KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings of gloATL.

The Emory Wheel, 1/30/12

 

29th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

KSU Visions Student Art Guild 29th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition featured.

Atlanta PlanIt, 1/30/12

Spring Arts - Galleries: Fiber and other marvelous media

KSU Visual Arts Prof. Matt Haffner shows at Pentimenti Gallery.

philly.com, 1/29/12


The Visit of Rina Schenfeld (photo gallery)

KSU Dance Guest Artist Rina Schenfeld and KSU Dance Students featured in this photo set.

Israel in Atlanta, 1/26/12

KSU program prepares students for music and entertainment field

The Joel A. Katz Music and Entertainment Business certificate program opens doors for KSU students.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 1/26/12


Rina Schenfeld in Atlanta for Off the EDGE

KSU Dance Guest Artist Rina Schenfeld and KSU Dance Company featured.

Off the EDGE, 1/26/12

 

Jen MacQueen to Choreograph THE DROWSY CHAPERONE at Milton, 3/14-17

KSU Dance Prof. Jen MacQueen to be the choreographer for a production at Milton High School.

Atlanta BroadwayWorld.com, 1/24/12

Pebblebrook graduate to be featured in "Memphis"

KSU Alumni Jody Reynard (theatre, 1998) to be featured in "Memphis."

Marietta Daily Journal, 1/24/12

 

Robert Meredith reflects on career as Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art celebrates his artistry

Robert Meredith has artwork at KSU.

Marietta Daily Journal, 1/23/12

Off the EDGE: International Artist Series

The Rialto Center and KSU in partnership with gloATL present contemporary dance experience including "Rhizome" choregraphed by KSU Dance Director and Prof. Ivan Pulinkala.

Off the EDGE, 1/23/12

Atlanta goes off the EDGE with new dance fest

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings and Guest Artist Rina Schenfeld to be part of major dance festival.

Creative Loafing, 1/23/12

Off the EDGE coming in 2012: International Contemporary Performance Event

KSU Dance Program is part of "Off the EDGE" and is featured in the event announcement.

Fanzine, 1/20/12

 

Atlanta dance scene to take big leap Off the EDGE with weeklong festival

ArtsCriticATL previews "Off the EDGE" collaborative dance performance presented by KSU, Rialto Center for the Arts, gloATL, and others.

ArtsCriticATL, 1/19/12

Rialto's Edge happening balances a world of contempory dance

Rialto Center for the Arts presents "Off the Edge" featuring the KSU Dance Company and KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stalling.

Atlanta Journal Constitution, 1/19/12

Off the EDGE

Schedule for 2012 "Off the EDGE."

Off the EDGE, 1/17/12


Lauri Stallings: The Choregrapher

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings makes Creative Loafing's 20 People to Watch in 2012.

Creative Loafing, 1/5/12

CAC Offers Dia de los Reyes Festival

KSU Music Student Domenico Hueso to perform at the fourth annual Dia de los Reyes Festival presented by the Cultural Arts Council of Douglas County.

Douglasville Patch, 1/5/12

 

Video // Social Art

KSU Dance Prof. Lauri Stallings is interviewed.

Plywood, 1/4/12

 

 

Destination: Kennesaw State

KSU President Dr. Papp mentions the nationally recognized and ever growing KSU Dance Program.

Georgia Trend Magazine, 1/4/12


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