Dance for the Camera, Media Arts Festival, and Extreme Baroque

Three great events this weekend!  Dance for the Camera — Friday 7PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium — features movement pieces created specifically for the screen.  The Media Arts Festival — Saturday 7PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium — features the best student media work and the presentation of awards.  Extreme Baroque — Sunday 3:30PM … Continue reading

Another Exciting Weekend at COFAC!

The first weekend in May showcases ceramics, dance, anime, forensics, and theatre.  The 40th annual Pottery Sale runs Friday and Saturday in the Center for the Arts 3010.  A State of Grace opens Friday in Stephens Hall (for two weekends).   Akira will be screened Saturday night in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium.  The 50th anniversary of … Continue reading

Spring Awakening

Towson University’s Theatre Arts Department presents this award winning musical starting on Thursday 4/25 on the Main Stage in the Center of the Arts.   For ticket information, please see http://www.towson.edu/main/artsculture/theatre.asp.  

Douglas Rosenberg Visiting COFAC

Doug Rosenberg, the premier advocate, theorist, and practitioner of screendance, is visiting the the Department of Dance and the Department of Electronic Media & Film on Wednesday 4/17/13.  His open master class is at 2PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium.  See http://www.dvpg.net.  

WAMM Finale

See the Best of WAMM Fest tonight (4/12) and Wonder Women: The Untold  Story of American Superheroines tomorrow night (4/13).  Both screenings start at 7PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium.  Admission is free.  For more information see http://wammtu.com

Exciting Week for COFAC (4/1 – 4/8)

Much to see and hear this week in COFAC.   Wednesday — Bill & Helen Murray Jazz Residency concert featuring Drew Gress.  Thursday — Encountering Nature Symposium with Nancy Siegel; the Dance Majors Performance Project (also on Friday + Saturday); MFA Gallery opening (Katja Toporski and Andrew Synder); and Asian Arts Gallery opening (Passage From … Continue reading

Bridges to the World International Film Festival

This Friday (3/8/13) concludes the 5th annual, state-wide international film festival with the legendary Australian story of Red Dog.   Screening starts at 7PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium (204) .  Admission is free.  The film will be introduced by Dr. Michael Duffy.  For more information on the series, please go to http://www.towson.edu/emf/docs/2013bridges.pdf.

Bridges to the World International Film Festival

Tonight (Friday 3/1/13) continues the 5th annual, state-wide international film festival with a special effects action comedy from Taiwan, Kung Fu Dunk.    Screening starts at 7PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium (204) .  Admission is free.  The film will be introduced by Dr. Ping Fu.  For more information on the series, please go to http://www.towson.edu/emf/docs/2013bridges.pdf.

Bridges to the World International Film Festival

Tomorrow (Friday 2/22/13) continues the 5th annual, state-wide international film festival with a coming-of-age story from Israel, Eli & Ben.    Screening starts at 7PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium (204) .  Admission is free.  The film will be introduced by Dr. Hana Bor.  For more information on the series, please go to http://www.towson.edu/emf/docs/2013bridges.pdf.

Bridges to the World International Film Festival

Tonight (Friday 2/15/13) continues the 5th annual, state-wide international film festival with a gentle, heartwarming film from Uruguay, Journey to the Sea.    Screening starts at 7PM in Van Bokkelen Hall Auditorium (204) .  Admission is free.  The film will be introduced by Dr. Lea Ramsdell.  For more information on the series, please go to http://www.towson.edu/emf/docs/2013bridges.pdf.