The online approach includes development of new assignments, remote guest speakers and Q&As through Zoom.
Collaborative film project highlights the work of the Women's Resource Center.
Florida Southern College students are invited to apply for a competitive, paid six-week summer internship program at the Polk Museum of Art.
There are multiple parties underway along the walls of the Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College, from upper-class fetes to middle-class dinners to working-class marriage feasts.
Three quarters of the annual Polk Museum of Art exhibit budget for 2020 has been designated for single exhibit, one which will be on display beginning Feb. 8 and through to May 31.
FSC's Department of Theatre and Dance presented Neil Simon’s play on Sept. 26-29 and Oct. 3-6, as the first production of their 2019-2020 season.
Keyboard pedagogy conference recognizes Dr. Fen-Fang Chen for her outstanding professional research at Florida Southern.
Florida Southern’s Festival of Fine Arts series starts 2019-2020 season, and carries on its long-standing tradition of showcasing exceptional talent.
Class writing project by Pam Rodriquez is brought to life
On June 28 and June 29, with a film crew of nearly 35 — about half volunteer Florida Southern College students, alumni and staff — Herbertz wrapped shooting for ”¡Come!”
“¡Come!” is a first for not only its young screenwriter but a major milestone for the film program that will host its first class of 10 to 12 freshmen this fall. Herbertz said the selective program is looking for students who have stories to tell, not just the ones who “like film.”
Film project from Florida Southern College screens at the 14th Annual Sunscreen Film Festival in St. Petersburg on April 26, 2019.
Popular classical pianist uses humor, interactive approach to make music more accessible.
Visiting FSC alumnus Dr. Jeffrey Grove provides personal insights into the inner workings of the Broadway theater scene.
McGregor, a senior from Fort Myers, joined about 15 students who worked on the set of “My Florida Home,” a short movie shot in July and directed by Florida Southern professor Matthew Herbertz. Production took place in two overnight sessions.