College of Fine Arts Articles
Millikin Music Business program designed to prep students for a career in today's music industry
The following article comes from the Summer 2021 edition of Blue Review, Millikin University's Family Magazine
Students learn to compose, produce and perform like rock stars
A new generation of up-and-coming musicians and performers visited Millikin University's campus in July to get a glimpse of the band life as part of the First Gig Rock and Roll Camp.
"Music can bring us all together and continues to serve as an important and relevant factor in our lives."
First Gig Rock and Roll Camp to be held July 19-24
A Millikin University youth summer music program is back this summer and ready to welcome a new generation of up-and-coming musicians and performers. The First Gig Rock and Roll Camp will take place in July, giving young musicians the opportunity to immerse themselves in discovering and performing a distinct music genre.
Student-run film company brings together creative and business elements
Student brings strong community engagement concept to residency
Millikin University's Art Department and Center for Entrepreneurship have named Shannon Cook the 2021 Robert Harrison Crowder Artist-in-Residence at Blue Connection, Millikin's student-run retail art gallery.
Dr. Mark Tonelli to teach courses in jazz ensemble, jazz guitar and music entrepreneurship
The U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board has honored Dr. Mark Tonelli, assistant professor of applied guitar and coordinator of the Guitar Studies Program at Millikin University, with a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Brazil for the 2021-22 academic year.
New major to teach the art of storytelling, digital publishing and media production
In today's multimedia age, it is essential for professional communicators to engage in all sides of the publishing process, crafting messages from the written word to web design, video and audio media to be an effective storyteller.