Posts tagged with: "CARTA"

Innovative artist forum series spurs students’ artistic growth

The FIU School of Art and Art History is helping students to define their roles as artists in today’s world […]

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FIU Music Spring Opera Gala premieres April 7

FIU Music Spring Opera Gala premieres April 7

FIU Music presents the second annual Spring Opera Gala on April 7, 2009, at 8 p.m. in the Manuel Artime […]

Music, art and architecture unite to create “Transcending Time”

Music, art and architecture unite to create “Transcending Time”

The FIU College of Architecture + The Arts has brought together the innovative and artistic minds of music, art and […]

Arturo Sandoval brings Afro-Cuban groove to FIU March 24

Arturo Sandoval brings Afro-Cuban groove to FIU March 24

On Tuesday, March 24, at 8 p.m., jazz legend Arturo Sandoval will be performing with the FIU Jazz Band in […]

Symphony of the Sea

FIU Music presents “The Deep Seascape: The Sonic Sea,” an acoustic performance that recreates the audio world 200 feet under […]

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Freshman Angelique Aguilera practices “Sonatina” by Eldin Burton in a practice room at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center. Aguilera is […]

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FIU professor named stage director for Miami Lyric Opera

FIU Theatre associate professor Phillip Church has been asked to direct the stage for Miami Lyric Opera’s premiere of I […]

Footlighters light up stage to raise scholarship dollars for FIU students

Join the College of Architecture + The Arts in A Salute to American Musical Theatre and experience an extraordinary event showcasing […]

FIU Theatre relives history with Shakespeare’s Pericles

FIU Theatre relives history with Shakespeare’s Pericles

FIU Theatre invites you to experience Shakespeare like never before with its final production of the season, Pericles, which opens […]

FIU Theatre, students return from Kennedy Center regional festival with honors

FIU Theatre, students return from Kennedy Center regional festival with honors

FIU Theatre’s “The Cook” takes home Best Show honors at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival regional competition. Several students were also […]

New Art and Art History scholarship established

MIAMI (Jan. 14, 2009) – Two students from Florida International University majoring in art or art history will benefit from […]

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Behind the magic

When Christiaan López-Miró ‘07 was 13 years old, he glimpsed behind the curtain at a magic show. Twenty years later, […]

A Music Revolution: Black Violin

A Music Revolution: Black Violin

[Editor’s note: Black Violin performed at the 2013 Inaugural Ball. This story about the alumni duo was first published in […]