Arts & Culture

Alumna releases album with Cash Cabin Studio

Alumna releases album with Cash Cabin Studio

Alumna Ana Cristina Cash ’10 released her new album, “The Tough Love EP,” this month, recorded at the historic Cash […]

Frost super-murals a collaboration of hundreds

Frost super-murals a collaboration of hundreds

A group of 40 students huddled together over a canvas. Indie pop and rock music played in the background. With […]

TEDxFIU: Scientist translates high-frequency lake data to musical compositions

TEDxFIU: Scientist translates high-frequency lake data to musical compositions

A classically trained musician,Evelyn Gaiser recently translated high-frequency lake data to musical compositions in order to better understand and describe […]

Seniors headline ‘All My Sons’ production

Seniors headline ‘All My Sons’ production

By Ivan Lopez FIU Theatre wraps up the 2016-17 season with Arthur Miller’s classic play All My Sons. Miller wrote the play […]

Theater alumnus a voice for Hispanic-American culture

Theater alumnus a voice for Hispanic-American culture

When the Broadway musical “On Your Feet” opens in October in Miami, the story of Cuban-Americans Gloria and Emilio Estefan […]

Alumnae vocalists return to campus for special Panther Alumni Week concert

Alumnae vocalists return to campus for special Panther Alumni Week concert

Sarah Payne ’14 and Laura Martinez Leon ’15 are living a dream many young opera singers only hope to experience. […]

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How a performing arts center transformed FIU

How a performing arts center transformed FIU

The Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center in 2016 celebrated two decades of arts education and cultural programming. A […]

Travel grants offer scholars chance to explore Cuban culture

Travel grants offer scholars chance to explore Cuban culture

For more than 10 years, FIU Libraries, the Cuban Research Institute (CRI), and the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center have offered […]

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

FIU Theatre makes history with ‘La Nona’ at Kennedy Center festival

By Ivan Lopez FIU Theatre hit the road with last semester’s production of La Nona, presenting it at the Region […]

High schoolers create ‘zines for progress’ with Wolfsonian–FIU

High schoolers create ‘zines for progress’ with Wolfsonian–FIU

Students from eight local high schools are finding their voices on social issues and expressing their creativity through the Wolfsonian–FIU’s […]

FIU Theatre presents ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

FIU Theatre presents ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

By Ivan Lopez FIU Theatre kicked off its Spring 2017 season Jan. 27 with the rock-comedy musical Little Shop of Horrors, written […]

Jewish Museum-FIU premieres Holocaust-themed play

Jewish Museum-FIU premieres Holocaust-themed play

By Jose Lima The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU has commissioned a new dramatic work based on the museum’s current exhibition, […]

Students develop new strategies, designs for public art on campus

Students develop new strategies, designs for public art on campus

  Over the course of three days, the Frost Art Museum‘s Public Art Advisory Task Force brought together students and faculty […]

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All proceeds from South Beach Wine and Food Festival® go to FIU

All proceeds from South Beach Wine and Food Festival® go to FIU

South Beach. International chefs and wine producers. FIU students. World-class food and wine. All in five days. It’s the perfect recipe […]

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Les Standiford's "The Man Who Invented Christmas" is being adapted for film starring Dan Stevens, left, as a young Charles Dickens, right.

Les Standiford didn’t invent Christmas, but he knows who did

Charles Dickens self-published A Christmas Carol in 1843 in a desperate attempt to save his struggling writing career. The book […]