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FAU Department of Theatre partnering with FAU Theatre Lab
June 07, 2021

The Department of Theatre is partnering with FAU Theatre Lab to present six socially distanced live theater readings with the theme of award-winning and original work in the performing arts.

Playwrights Andie Arthur and Juan C. Sanchez
June 01, 2021

The 2021 edition of The Fair Play Initiative will feature three commissions of new plays, beginning this summer with two newly-commissioned audio plays...

Image above: Detail from an original in the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University
May 27, 2021

Finucane’s Book addresses themes of warfare and incarceration as well as empire and cultural contact in the 18th-century Atlantic world...

Work by Daniel Bolojan
May 20, 2021

Bolojan is one of the leading voices in the implementation of deep learning strategies in architecture and the architectural design process...

Dean Michael Horswell, Myrna Gordon Skurnick and FAU President John Kelly
May 18, 2021

This new space provides a place where Skurnick fellows and writers can find inspiration to write and potentially collaborate on new works for the stage.

New Book of Poems by Becka McKay
May 13, 2021

McKay’s Poems investigate the power and failure of language to name what matters to us...

A male dryas monkey peers into one of the camera traps placed on a tree in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
April 26, 2021

A male dryas monkey peers into one of the camera traps placed on a tree in the Democratic Republic of the Congo...

Tomás Olivier’s Research Focuses on Water Governance in Northeastern Patagonia
April 22, 2021

Olivier’s work focuses on how organizations, governments and individuals interact and create rules to govern shared water resources...

Kaila Rutherford, 3000, 2021
April 16, 2021

Featuring works by two graduating Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) candidates, Katie Prock and Kaila Rutherford. (April 22 - May 27)...

Leon Charney Diplomacy Program
April 12, 2021

The Leon Charney Diplomacy Programrecently competed in the virtual National Model United Nations competition and finished second overall out of 100 competing universities.