Arts & Culture

College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts partners with Mana Contemporary

College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts partners with Mana Contemporary

FIU creative endeavors will soon have a new home on the east side of town with FIU CARTA @ Mana […]

Narciso Rodriguez exhibit expands definition of art

Narciso Rodriguez exhibit expands definition of art

Sleek black and white garments, sunburst orange-colored coats and bags inspired by sculptures. You’re strolling through a display of designer […]

Ratcliffe Foundation invests in Arts + Design Incubator at FIU

Ratcliffe Foundation invests in Arts + Design Incubator at FIU

FIU’s College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts (CARTA) has partnered with The Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation […]

Interactive: The Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center celebrates 20 years of creative excellence

Interactive: The Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center celebrates 20 years of creative excellence

Use the toggle buttons on the timeline above to view highlights from the Wertheim’s history. This year, the Herbert and […]

FIU gives outdoor artwork the love it deserves

FIU gives outdoor artwork the love it deserves

FIU has righted a sinking ship. The outdoor sculpture “Journey’s End” first docked on campus in 1997. Sometimes referred to […]

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Words of wisdom from Nick Swardson

The Panther Prowl Comedy Show, one of Homecoming Week’s longest-running events, has a long history of attracting great comedians to […]

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FIU Theatre produces play highlighting immigration

FIU Theatre produces play highlighting immigration

A love story. A Thanksgiving dinner. A 20-page midterm paper. And two undocumented immigrants. So begins “The Pot” – a play […]

Narciso Rodriguez in the studio.

Fashion and art collide in Narciso Rodriguez exhibition

Opening reception for Narciso Rodriguez: An Exercise in Minimalism is free and open to the public on Sunday, Oct. 16, from 3:00-6:00 […]

Non-music majors make music at FIU, perform at festival

Non-music majors make music at FIU, perform at festival

Meghan Gonzalez fell in love with the violin when she was just eight years old. Since her early childhood days […]

Music festival to celebrate 20th anniversary of performing arts center

Music festival to celebrate 20th anniversary of performing arts center

Alumnus and internationally known Latin jazz sensation Tony Succar will take the stage along with international artist Jon Secada for a night of […]

Stick figure drawings can help you understand the world

Stick figure drawings can help you understand the world

When’s the last time you drew something? Aside from doodling on the sides of our notes, most of us haven’t […]

FIU Theatre's production of 'La Nona'  runs through Sunday, Oct. 2.

FIU Theatre produces its first Spanish language play, ‘La Nona’

By Ivan Lopez FIU Theatre kicked off its 42nd season Sept. 23 with Roberto Cossa’s dark comedy La Nona – […]

Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews

Students, alumni at the core of Villain Theater’s rave reviews

  Hidden in a back alley in the heart of Little River– just north of Little Haiti – is an […]

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Andy Strycharski hates semicolons and other cautionary tales

Andy Strycharski hates semicolons and other cautionary tales

Let’s eat grandma. Let’s eat, grandma. Punctuation. It’s a little thing that can make the difference between inviting grandma to […]

Arrrr! Pirate speak be but a myth. Ye’ve been warned.

Arrrr! Pirate speak be but a myth. Ye’ve been warned.

Shiver me timbers, matey. It’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day! Every year, people throughout the world pay homage to […]