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Sculpture from Ian debris all about ‘creating beauty from chaos’

May 16, 2024 0

The creative minds and skilled hands of some Florida Gulf Coast University students and their professor have transformed the detritus...

Exploring science and intellectual pursuit in the theatre department

April 12, 2024 0

Theater has long been a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue and exploration. Plays that endure often have a timeless relevance in...

Art lover dedicated to collecting student work, supporting galleries

March 19, 2024 0

A SWFL art lover opens up about the joy of collecting artwork and supporting Florida Gulf Coast University’s art students...

Another unusual chapter for the Sanibel Island Writers Conference

October 30, 2023 0

According to Tom DeMarchi, one rule applies to restaurants, real estate and writers’ conferences: Location is everything. DeMarchi, the co-director...

Music therapy students build connections across cultures

August 31, 2023 0

Inside the palliative care unit at Siriraj Hospital in downtown Bangkok, a couple of FGCU students are singing Elvis. Thai...

Seminole artist brings authentic textiles and ceramics to Sarasota museum

August 16, 2023 0

The first experiences Jessica Osceola (’08, liberal arts) had with the creative arts came from the women who taught her...

Young African leaders build on civic engagement skills at FGCU

August 8, 2023 0

Corina Wornee described her experience participating in the Mandela Washington Fellowship Institute at Florida Gulf Coast University as nothing short...

Theatre grad juggles roles working backstage and voice acting

June 14, 2023 0

Actors get all the spotlights and applause. But for every aspiring stage star, there are countless people behind the scenes...

Peruvian performers win national two-piano competition

May 25, 2023 0

A first-place finish in a national contest provided a coda of sorts for the undergraduate journey of two students in...

Opera in Spanish a First for Bower School of Music & the Arts

April 26, 2023 0

South American music and dance traditions share the spotlight in the first full opera sung in Spanish at Florida Gulf...

To Ask or Not To Ask: An Interview with Hamlet

April 11, 2023 0

FGCU360 had an opportunity to interview the main character of “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare through the voice of Barry Cavin,...

Archives & Special Collections a Rich Research Resource

April 5, 2023 0

Dentures used by the prophet of a utopian society that existed near Florida Gulf Coast University. “Green Book” guides read...