The Baldwin Photographic Gallery’s new exhibit features iconic images from internationally renowned photographer Steve McCurry.
One of the College of Media and Entertainment’s MFA students has received an outstanding honor. Natasha Branch, a second year in the college’s Master in Fine Arts Recording Arts and Technologies, has been named a 2016 Bruce Swedien Scholar.
Leslie Haines’s Animal Abecedary headed down under! Two pieces — C is for Cat, S is for Slug — were accepted into the international juried Inkmasters Print Exhibition that took place in Cairns, Queensland, July 29 through Aug. 21.
Britpop! is back! Department of Recording Industry Professor Paul Fischer once again taught the very popular course “Britpop!” – a class that is part of the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA) London Summer program.
In its July 29th edition, the Nashville Business Journal named TNDV: Television LLC the 2016 Small Business of the Year in the Communications category as well as the Small Business of the Year Overall.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry introduced a new initiative, a Council on Gender Equity, to be spearheaded by public relations guru and MTSU mass communication alumnus (’87) Ronald Roberts.
For three years in a row, Associate Professor Deborah Wagnon has taken Recording Industry students on an international journey to Belize to study the region’s developing entertainment and intellectual property-related industries.
Department of Electronic Media Communication students traveled to Puerto Rico as part of the new 4940 Advanced Production Maymester 2016 course taught by Paul Chilsen.
A photograph by EMC Professor Chris Harris entitled “Celebration of Life Rock Festival, McRea. LA 1971” was recently selected for a group showing at The Van der Plas Gallery in New York. Only 11 works were chosen for the exhibit out of 500 international submissions. The gallery sent out an open call to all artists, […]
About 50 panelists from across the country and around the world visited campus May 26-28, when professors from the colleges of Media and Entertainment and Liberal Arts teamed up to host Mad Men: The Conference.
For Robert Gordon, his role in coaching students working at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, in June was all about capturing the essence of “the Roo.”
Student-run newspaper Sidelines has been receiving accolades from local news sources regarding its coverage of the Forrest Hall protests on MTSU’s campus.
Fans were out to support Match Records’ Artist Showcase on the first day of May at Soulshine Pizza Factory in Nashville.