College of Fine Arts Articles
"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 truly was my home"
Millikin faculty member to speak on "Arts and Entrepreneurship in a Time of Crisis"
Martin Atkins, coordinator of music business at Millikin University, as well as a Grammy award-winning punk rocker, business owner and entrepreneurship educator, will be among the featured speakers during Penn State's Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) on Wednesday, Nov. 18, from 6-7:30 p.m.
Millikin sophomore finds sense of family and community on campus
All prospective college students find different schools appealing for different reasons. Some enjoy the vast amount of people they'll meet while others appreciate the anonymity of the lecture hall. This was not the case for current Millikin University sophomore JJ Pierce from Davenport, Iowa, who found solace in the small class sizes and close relationships to the faculty.
President Jim Reynolds talks impact of COVID-19 and Millikin facility changes
Millikin University was once again the featured topic on WEIU-TV's (PBS) "City Spotlight" series with a focus on the University's new Center for Theatre & Dance.
Vespers 2020: All Is Bright
For more than 60 years, Millikin University's Vespers has signaled the start of the holiday season in central Illinois. With just over 6,500 attendees each year, Vespers is one of Millikin's most popular events, and the heartfelt mix of carols, choirs and candlelight has become a much-beloved tradition celebrating the community's creativity and good cheer.
"We are taking advantage of the historic building and embracing that aesthetic feel"
Celebratory event marks new home for Millikin's School of Theatre & Dance
A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 17, 2020, marked a celebration of Millikin University's newest building, the Center for Theatre & Dance. The celebratory event of the new home for Millikin's College of Fine Arts and School of Theatre & Dance was also an opportunity to thank the supporters of the project and the community of Decatur, Ill.