the Tournees Festival includes six films, running from Wednesday, Feb. 3 through Monday, Feb. 29.
Exhibit traces history of one of the world's most famous documents from its British origin to its influence on the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights.
The commercial music program recently hosted the Miklós Rózsa Film Scoring Competition, presenting awards in the form of scholarships.
The Jewish Cultural Society at FAU recently kicked off its fundraising season with a concert reminiscent of Klezmer musical performances of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.
The six-day festival features the playwrights debuting their new works.
Concerts include Handel's Messiah, An Ellington Nutcracker, Madrigal Dinner and Tuba Christmas.
Florida Atlantic University's Theatre Lab welcomes master playwright Israel Horovitz for an evening of political theater.
"CODA" is a thesis exhibition featuring the works of 13 emerging artists and designers who are graduating from the BFA program in the Department of Visual Arts and Art History at FAU.
The exhibition presents the works of 30 artists from around the University.