June 28, 2021
Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Animation Jessye McDowell has two artworks included in "Bloom," a group show at Gallery 115 in Frederick, Maryland. Her new piece, "Future Sets (After Huysum)," was selected for the catalogue cover. The exhibition runs from June 18-Sept.15; there will be an… Find Out More
March 8, 2023
Assistant Professor of Art Jessye McDowell has four works featured in "Cosmic Rays Digital: The Digital Wilds," curated by Sabine Gruffat at Lump Gallery in Raleigh, NC. The exhibition, which runs from March 3 - April 2, features artists whose works "critically engage with the new media… Find Out More
February 23, 2022
Jennifer Cognard-Black, professor of English and 2020 recipient of the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching, is a 2022 recipient of an Independent Artist Award presented by the Maryland State Arts Council. Cognard-Black will receive a $2,000 regional grant to recognize promise in fiction… Find Out More
January 24, 2022
Professor of Music David Froom's recent compositions will be featured eight times in the coming weeks.
First is the world premiere of his "Canzoni di Notte," a clarinet concerto, performed as the winner of the Riverside Orchestra's national competition, at Carnegie Hall on Feb. 5. 
Riverside… Find Out More
January 19, 2022
The Lexington Park Library Art Gallery will feature a solo exhibit of professor emerita of theater and dance Merideth Taylor's photographs and collage, including prints of photographs from her 2018 book "Listening In: Echoes and Artifacts from Maryland's Mother County." The exhibit is open to the… Find Out More
December 7, 2021
David Froom’s work, “Shades of Red” was performed by the 21st Century Consort in Washington D.C. on December 4.  The concert received a warm review in the “Washington Classical Review,” which can be found here: 
October 22, 2021
On Thursday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m., Boyden Gallery and Collection Director Erin Peters’ lecture will premier via YouTube during the 5th Annual Alumnae/Alumni Lecture of the Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology at the University of Memphis.

Peters will present, “Dendur in the Dodekaschoinos,… Find Out More
April 19, 2021
As our year-long pandemic begins to ease, some public live music performance is returning. The First Cavalry Division Army Band, stationed at Fort Hood (Texas), will give the first performance of "Manna" Variations. The concert is on May 15, part of the "Tablerock Festival of Salado." The event is… Find Out More
November 10, 2020
On Monday, Nov. 10, the University of Utah School of Music's New Music Ensemble released a live-stream performance of Professor of Music David Froom's "Yeats Songs." The two songs, using Yeats's poems, "The Wild Swans at Coole" and "Clothes of Heaven," are for soprano and violin. They were… Find Out More
October 1, 2020
While the ongoing pandemic has closed concert halls throughout the world, performers and presenting organizations are finding creative ways to stay active. The California Music Center, home to the Klein International String Competition, is creating and posting "Klein@Home Hour" online programs that… Find Out More