A new process to apply for graduation has been announced

A new online application for students who are ready to graduate has been created.  The link is active in myMU and can be used to apply for December graduation now.

This new online process will expedite graduation application processing and eliminate any misunderstandings that might delay graduation.

Click Here for a downloadable PDF document that gives step-by-step instructions.


Hometown Sportswear establishes scholarship for art and design

John and Jeff McKenna, brothers who are owners of Hometown Sportswear, have established the Hometown Sportswear Scholarship for CCCTC through the Marshall University Foundation Inc.

The scholarship is a one-time award for full-time, incoming freshmen in the School of Art and Design in the College of Arts and Media who were in good academic standing at the Cabell County Career and Technical Center and have completed one or more graphic design courses. Continue reading…


Marshall to wrap up 2017 Governor’s School for the Arts

More than 100 West Virginia students between their sophomore and junior years have been immersed in the Governor’s School for the Arts at Marshall University. The audition-based school began June 25 and will end July 15. Continue reading…


Anime drawing class available for youth ages 10-16

Students ages 10-16 can participate in an anime drawing class starting Tuesday, July 18, from 2 to 4 p.m. in Marshall University’s Visual Arts Center, and continuing Tuesdays and Thursdays at the same times until Aug. 10.

The program is presented by the university’s Center for Continuing Education. Cost is $75, and potential students can register at www.marshall.edu/ce. Continue reading…


Art Society Talks at The Cellar Door

This semester each Art Society presentation will focus on a single work of art, its form, content, and context. These talks, sponsored by the School of Art and Design, will consider how individual perception impacts observation and understanding. Continue reading…


Huntington Banner Competition 2017

SHOW THE CITY YOUR CREATIVITY

OBJECTIVE:

Create two or more designs for any season(s) that complement, contrast, or augment the existing student-designed seasonal banners (below) by tying in the color palette or other design elements.  Six of eighteen of these designs are shown below; the full set is on display on the VAC 4th floor.

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Community Drawing Session – March 13th

Marshall University’s School of Art & Design and the Tri-State Arts Association invites all Marshall Students to imporve their drawing skills by attending a FREE (With MU Student ID) Community Drawing Session from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on March 13th, 2017.  The location will be the new Visual Arts Center, room 510.


Empty Bowls – Open Studio Day Feb. 25th

Huntington Empty Bowls is a fantastic win/win event. A win for the Facing Hunger Foodbank and their tireless work to feed the hungry of our community AND a win for you. Come take part in an afternoon of fun and food in the Ceramics Studio. Create Bowls by throwing or handbuilding them,no matter what your skill level, by parcipating in our Open Studio Day!

Bowls produced during the open studio event will be donated to the Empty Bowls event on April 28, 2017. Continue reading…


Art Careers Mini Conference – Friday, Dec. 2nd

Learn about job opportunities for art and design majors, practice interview skills, present your portfolio, meet potential employers and more!
Featuring Marshall University Career Services