The Fairmont State University Department of Music is proud to present the string duo Bridging the Gap and pianist Gerald Lee in their upcoming Music on the Hill concert series performances.
Fairmont State University and the Department of Fine Art are excited to host the lecture “Absolutely no climbing on the art” by Adam Reed Rozan. Rozan will be a guest of the Gallery Management class on Thursday April 7th, and will conduct the lecture and discussion in Wallman Hall 411 at 2:30 pm.
A Benefit Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 30, in Wallman Hall Theatre will support the Fairmont State University Academy for the Arts.
Admission is $5 and will be collected at the Box Office on the fourth floor of Wallman Hall on the FSU main campus. The Box Office opens at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Current Academy students receive free admission. The concert will include community and guest performers.
Fairmont State University Town & Gown Theatre presented “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” June 2014.
Mark Twain’s tale of a mischievous boy growing up in the American heartland came to life in the Wallman Hall Theatre.
The Fairmont State School of Fine Arts appreciates the cast and crew who made the play a success.
Fairmont State University Academy for the Arts is dedicated to providing students quality training and exposure to the arts. Instruction in visual art, music, theatre, dance, creative writing, and world languages enable students to appreciate, perform and create.
The Fairmont State University Department of Music presented for its Spring Gala the cantata “Carmina Burana,” on Saturday, April 26. Performance included the Fairmont State Collegiate Singers, Community Chorus and Wind Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Valarie Huffman. Also featured - the Chanticleer Children’s Chorus of West Virginia. The professional soloists for the concert were Mandy Spivak, tenor Alec Carlson and baritone Paul Kreider.
Fairmont State University’s outstanding faculty members were recognized on Wednesday, April 23, during the Recognition of Faculty Achievement for their exemplary efforts throughout the 2013-2014 academic year.
Enjoy the photo gallery and read Event Celebrates Recognition of Faculty Achievement for the full story.
Students in the Fairmont State School of Fine Arts Foundry and Sculpture Program participated with sculpture students and faculty from West Virginia University and Shepherd University in an iron pour at FSU.
The West Virginia Art Education Association (WVAEA) will hold its annual conference at Fairmont State University on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26 and 27. The conference will be hosted by FSU’s School of Fine Arts.
Attending the event are West Virginia art teachers from pre-k through 12th grade and higher education institutions and the State Art Coordinator. The conference participants will spend two days in class sessions that will discuss art in the classroom through hands-on opportunities and new developments in art education theory.