Catch Dr. Melanie O'Meara's original play "Moving Photographs: A Vanishing Georgia" runing March 21- 24.
According to Associate Professor Matthew Buzzell, Whit Stillman represents a singular voice in American cinema and is a perfect speaker to bring for Writers Weekend.
Faculty, students, staff and the community enjoyed ice skating, caroling, crafts, "snow" and more outside the Maxwell Theatre.
Augusta University celebrates 50 years of communal arts, entertainment and education at the Grover C. Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre.
Browse our photo gallery for pictures of Friday’s Miss Augusta University Scholarship Pageant.
“We champion the films that might otherwise not find a screening home here at Augusta multiplexes,” said Matthew Buzzell, associate professor of Communication.
It’s time to start planning for the President’s Gala, so mark your calendars for Oct. 19.
The 4th Annual Fall Kick-off is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 13 at the Maxwell Theatre.
Wycliffe Gordon, Augusta University’s newest director of jazz studies, was named “Best Trombone” by the DownBeat Critics Poll 2018, one of the most prestigious recognition for a jazz musician. This is the fifth time he’s received this award.
For nearly 30 years, the Harry Jacobs Chamber Music Society has brought world-class performances to the Augusta area, and now the group is coming home to Augusta University. On April 27, Dr. Elna Green, dean of the Pamplin College at Augusta...
The Opera Initiative at Augusta University is presenting Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado at the Maxwell Theatre from Friday, Feb. 9 — Sunday, Feb. 11.
Susan Davies, associate vice chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Services at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has been appointed the new vice president for Enrollment and Student Affairs.
The university is hosting its Finals Frenzy all around campus with different events and activities to partake in.
This is the third year that the Augusta University Literacy Center has partnered with Porkchop Productions to bring literacy-focused plays to life.
Faculty, staff and student performers dazzled at the fall Noon Arts, presented by the Dental College of Georgia.
For one week in December of 1997, French Photographer Sophie Calle photographed and ate nothing but color-coded foods. The challenge, a so-called “Double Game,” was to place herself in the role of a character from Paul Auster’s 1992 novel “Leviathan...
Jazz legend Jimmy Heath will bring his quintet to the Maxwell Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 14 to kick off the Harris-Horizon Jazz Great Series.
Kick off the holidays at Augusta University’s Maxwell Theatre with an awe-inspiring exploration of human and machine.
Discover the artistic talents of fellow students, staff and faculty when Noon Arts: Live at the Lee begins the season with a concert on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
IE Week is an opportunity for students to celebrate the benefits of international education.