Take a stroll to the Mary S. Byrd Gallery and check out student artwork in a new exhibit up for the next two months.
Have an interest in animation short films, but don’t have the chance or avenue to access them? Let the Department of Art and Design help you.
Find out what the students of Augusta University have researched at the Phi Kappa Phi research conference.
Augusta University celebrates 50 years of communal arts, entertainment and education at the Grover C. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre.
Join the artist Q & A and reception Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 4 p.m.
Paper ballots may be safe from hackers, but they are not safe from voter error.
Paying for next semester's textbooks could be as simple as downloading, scanning and adding a stamp to your new Pamplin Passport.
Starting this fall, students can participate in a new, intimate Living Learning Community dedicated to the arts.
“Material + Method: Exploring Gender Roles through Tradition,” a guest-curated exhibition, will open at the Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art on June 28.
What are "wicked" problems, and how do we solve them? One hint: User innovation is key.
'The Eyes Have It' is an exhibition that centers on the four artists’ ability to see through culture to recognize and challenge concepts of our individual perceptions.
For a year, Avalyn Zilke collected trash from anyone willing to give her their plastic. Here's why.
Research meets art in Avalyn Zilke's senior art exhibition, now on display at the Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art.
The Ceramics & Sculpture Studio has nearly doubled its size and includes dedicated facilities for each step in the creative process.
Hosted by the College of Nursing, the LASER Talks will be a collaborative presentation of the College of Nursing and the Department of Art & Design.
Augusta University has named Scott Thorp, the university’s chair of the Department of Art and Design, associate vice president for Interdisciplinary Research. His role became effective January 8, 2018. In this part-time position, Thorp will act as...
A class assignment recently provided art students at Augusta University with a glimpse into their lives as professional artists following graduation. Turner Simkins, real estate developer for Hammond’s Ferry, had an interest in art works that could...
More than 20 alumni from the university's liberal arts programs spoke with students about finding a future with a liberal arts degree.
The Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences will host Future Fest on Thursday, Sept. 28 from 1 – 2:30 p.m. in the JSAC Ballroom.
This spring, twenty senior art students had exhibitions across the Central Savannah River Area. These exhibitions were part of the senior capstone class and one of the final college requirements for art students. “The capstone class is...