January 29, 2023
College of Fine Arts Articles
DECATUR — For the sixth year, Millikin students majoring in arts technology, multimedia communications and more put their work on display at the 2022 Creative Media EXPO at the University Commons on Tuesday, Dec. 6.
In a landmark week, Martin Atkins, School of Music Instructor and Coordinator of the Music Business program at Millikin University, has just been inducted as a fellow of In Place Of War by Brian Eno, at a ceremony held in London on November 18, 2022, along with fellow inductees Peter Gabriel (musician, human rights activist, and founder of WOMAD Festival), Igor Cavalera (founder of Sepultura, and Brazilian activist
Musical Theatre Major Highlights “Performance” Learning Experiences
“Fire Island” writer and star encourages Millikin students to create opportunities for success.
Dr. C. Kimm Hollis, a 1972 Millikin alumnus and retired department chair, Professor of Music, and Artist-in-Residence Emeritus at Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana, as well as founding endower of the eponymous Hollis Prize at Millikin University, has donated his collection of announcements, programs, mementos, and other ephemera about the Hollis Prize to the University Archives.
Kirkland Fine Arts Center celebrates Hispanic American Heritage Month with the award-winning show, Tango Del Cielo, on Saturday, October 15 at 7:30pm.
Kirkland Fine Arts Center and the Millikin College of Fine Arts announce the hiring of LJ Pemberton, MFA (Columbia University), as the new Marketing and Patron Relations Manager. In her new role she will be creating digital and print marketing for the Kirkland Fine Arts Center, as well as coordinating social media for the College of Fine Arts and its various schools.