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.
Millikin vocal performance alumni named New Hampshire chorus artistic director
Music industry creative conference shines light on community
Millikin University's Midwest Music Expo (MmX™) is a music industry creative conference that shines the light on artists throughout Decatur (Ill.) and highlights the importance of community involvement.
Hollis Prize 20th Anniversary celebrates musical excellence and the future of Kaeuper Hall
The Hollis Prize competition showcases and celebrates the best of the best among instrumentalists and vocal performers in Millikin University's School of Music. This year's competition, held on April 23 at Kaeuper Hall, marked the 20th anniversary of the prestigious honor giving spectators a special opportunity to witness the excellence of the School of Music and its students.
Music Industry conference shines light on creative community
Singers, musicians, producers and artists are invited to attend the 5th annual Midwest Music Expo (MmX™), returning to Millikin University on Saturday, May 7, 2022. The Midwest Music Expo will be held in the University Commons on Millikin's campus from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Tickets are $20 to attend, and parking is free.
Millikin musicians to compete for School of Music's top honor
"I am so excited to see what this opportunity can lead to in the future for my professional career."
2022 Summer Camps Announced
Millikin University's College of Fine Arts has launched the Millikin Community Arts Academy (MCAA), an outgrowth of the Preparatory Program in the School of Music, to expand programming for children and adults in the Decatur (Ill.) area and surrounding communities with dance, visual arts, technology, theatre and additional music opportunities.
Charles Quigless III to perform at annual charity fashion show hosted by NFL Players' Wives Association
Millikin University student and aspiring rapper, C-Quig, Charles Quigless III, has been invited to perform during Super Bowl weekend at the 21st annual charity fashion show hosted by Off the Field NFL Players' Wives Association, Fashion on a Spectrum, on Friday, Feb. 11, 2022, at the Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, Calif.
Honors Scholar becomes first Millikin semifinalist for Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program
Angela Arnold, a senior international business major with minors in music and French, has been named a semifinalist for both the U.S. Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Program to Kyrgyzstan and the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Turkish Program through the U.S. Department of State.