BURST Magazine, 1901 Productions recognized for outstanding work
"I am always interested in people … their stories and journeys."
In 1995, Paul Branton graduated from Millikin University earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Commercial Art, 26 years later, he has returned to campus to show the community his artistic work as part of Millikin's Black History Month celebration.
Celebration to feature faculty intersectionality discussion, art exhibit and jazz performance
Millikin University will host a variety of events and programming created by Millikin students to celebrate Black History Month this February.
New Video & Photo Classrooms Will Move Curriculum in Arts Tech Forward
"We're helping them to reshape their business"
Small businesses are facing an unprecedented economic disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For months, many small businesses have seen a decline in sales and a lack of in-person shopping forcing some companies to find creative ways to make up for losses, including building online stores.
Virtual Expo to feature workshops, live content and creative digital media art
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered many events on a global scale that were, at one point, planned for in-person interaction. But thanks to technology, these events can continue on with even larger audiences.
Millikin student hones her craft in Theatre Design and Production
When Katelynn Watkins, senior design and production major from Pekin, Ill., enrolled at Millikin University almost four years ago she admittedly did not know anything about the School of Theatre & Dance's costume shop. Now in the fall semester of her senior year, Watkins is ready to take the theatre production world by storm when she graduates in spring 2021.