Sinclair Bell, associate professor of art history in the School of Art and Design is featured as the lead presenter in the upcoming Smithsonian Channel program, “Rome’s Chariot Superstar” which premieres on the network Sunday, April 21 at 7 p.m. Central Daylight Time.
Courtesy Laura Fenwick (photo credit: Robby Klein)
Laura Fenwick is a 2012 graduate of NIU. She founded Fenwick Photo Arts in Nashville, Tenn. in 2013, “on the belief that art is the universal language of understanding, storytelling, mystery, and love. And, that each of those elements is paramount to a good day. Today, the company specializes in art partnerships, extended travel series, and building strong visual narratives for brands and social initiatives alike.” (more…)
Chloe Topf, a Visual Communication major in the School of Art and Design recently earned Best of Show for her work, “Sound Connection” at the 19th Annual 2019 Self Employment in the Arts (SEA) Conference in Chicago, February 23 and 24. (more…)
If you like your moons big, 2019 has started off with a bang for you. March 21 brings us the third month in a row when we’ve had a chance to see a “Super Moon.” To put it simply, a Super Moon is when the moon is full and at the closest point to the Earth in its monthly orbit around our planet. (more…)
Arlene Turner-Crawford, School of Art and Design class of 1971 has been chosen to receive an award from the NIU Alumni Association for her achievements in the arts. (more…)
The third annual NIU Arts Convocation showcased student talent in three schools and two locations all in one night. The event, designed as a way to expose students and community members to the great work and talent of students in the Schools of Art and Design, Music and Theatre and Dance, started in the Music Building’s Boutell Memorial Concert Hall with performances of music, theater and dance and then progressed next door to Jack Arends Hall, home to art and design.