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  • Degree Programs
    accepted into the show Artisan Series in San Fransisco The exhibit was judged by entrepreneur and entertainment giant Russel Simmons Being selected to perform at the Carnegie Hall solidifies FSU s Concert Choir as a premiere ensemble I made a CD of three selections of the Concert Choir and when they heard them they told me that the choir was fabulous and would like to offer me 30 minutes on the concert stage Denise Payton Music Professor Degree Programs The Department of The Performing and Fine Arts seeks to foster in students an appreciation for and knowledge of the performing and fine arts that will guide them throughout their lives Degree programs offered by the department are designed to prepare students for success as teachers performers and creative artists The department offers programs of study leading to degrees in Art Education Music Music Education Theatre and Visual Arts We also have a Minor in many of these areas as well as Dance Music DEGREES RESOURCES BA in General Music concentration in Instrumental concentration in Keyboard concentration in Voice concentration in Music Education Instrumental concentration in Music Education Keyboard concentration in Music Education Voice Minor in Music Academic Catalogs Auditions Course

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  • Faculty & Staff
    R 217 672 2143 elamb uncfsu edu Ms Doreatha McCoy Department Secretary R 219 672 1571 dmccoy uncfsu edu Mr Dwight Thompson Director of Resources R 204 672 1439 dthomps4 uncfsu edu Fine Art Series Manager R 223 672 xxxx Music Mr Jorim E Reid Band Director Marching Concert and Pep R 227 672 1446 jreid11 uncfsu edu Dr Robert W Williams Associate Professor Voice R 212 672 1308 rwilliams uncfsu edu Dr Don Parker Assist Chair Professor of Music Percussion R 233 672 1253 dparker uncfsu edu Dr Denise M Payton Choir Director Voice R 228 672 1457 dpayton1 uncfsu edu Dr Neal Finn Associate Professor Dir of Jazz Ensemble Low Brass R 211 672 1397 nfinn uncfsu edu Dr Sheryl Linch Professor of Music High Brass Area Coordinator R 234 672 1528 slinch uncfsu edu Dr Amanda Virelles Assistant Professor Piano R 213 672 1509 avirelle uncfsu edu Theatre Name Title Office Phone Email Address Jeremy Fiebig Assistant Professor Theatre Directing Area Coordinator BU 266 672 2574 jfiebig uncfsu edu Dave Griffie Associate Professor Theatre Production Coordinator BU 269 672 1275 dgriffie uncfsu edu Phoebe Hall Professor Theatre BU 268 672 1006 phall uncfsu edu Avis Hatcher Puzzo

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  • Syllabi
    352 Music History II MUSI 360 Trumpet Pedagogy I MUSI 367 01 Applied Brass MUSI 370 Percussion Pedagogy MUSI 373 Applied Percussion MUSI 377 Applied Voice MUSI 381 Harmony Sight Singing and Ear Training IV MUSI 391 Elementary Conducting MUSI 431 Orchestration MUSI 441 Methods Materials Elementary MUSI 460 Trumpet Pedagogy II MUSI 462 Music Composition MUSI 467 01 Applied Brass MUSI 470 Percussion Pedagogy II MUSI 473 Applied Percussion MUSI 477 Applied Voice MUSI 491 Vocal Literature MUSI 499 01 Senior Recital 01 08 MUSI 499 02 Senior Recital 01 08 MUSI 499 04 Senior Recital 01 08 Speech SPEE 201 Speech Theater Activities SPEE 211 Phonetics SPEE 212 Intro to Voice Diction SPEE 311 Oral Interpretation SPEE 420 Senior Seminar Theatre THEA 140 Theatre Seminar THEA 141 Production Practicum THEA 203 Intro to Theatre THEA 206 Fundamentals of Acting THEA 216 Introduction to Costuming Makeup THEA 221 Theatre History I THEA 230 Script Analysis THEA 236 Stagecraft THEA 237 Scene Tech THEA 238 Stage Movement THEA 260 Performance Lab THEA 302 Theatre History I THEA 303 Theatre History II THEA 305 Principles of Design THEA 310 Acting for the Media THEA 311 Oral Interpretation THEA 315 Acting II THEA 320 Playwriting THEA 347 Lighting Design and Tech THEA 349 Devise Theatre Studio THEA 350 Shakespeare Studio THEA 402 Acting III Periods and Styles THEA 403 Stage Design THEA 404 Computer Aided Drafting CAD for the Stage THEA 411 Children s Theatre for School and Community THEA 413 Dramatic Theory and Crit I THEA 414 Dramatic Theory and Crit II THEA 415 Theatre Management THEA 420 African American Theatre THEA 421 Play Production THEA 430 Internship THEA 450 Senior Seminar Theatre Research THEA 495 Special Topics Visual Arts ART 110 2D Design ART 121 Basic Drawing ART 123 Introduction

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  • Friends of the Arts
    is an organization devoted to supporting the educational and cultural initiatives of the Department of Performing and Fine Arts At FSU The goals of FOTA are to provide scholarships for talented students in the performing and fine arts and to support special projects that enhance the cultural and intellectual life of the community Annual memberships are 20 For more information about becoming a member call Dr Earnest Lamb Chair of

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  • Performing and Fine Arts Alumni
    2012 She is a background vocalist for recording gospel group artist David Spencer and Dynamic Productions Breana Venable 12 is an MFA Playwrighting student at Rollins University Jarred Harris 13 works as a carpenter at Cape Fear Regional Theatre Visual Arts Alumni Joanna Ali s Visual Arts Major photograph was accepted and exhibited in Artisan Series show in San Francisco CA juried by Russel Simmons Performing and Fine Arts student

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  • Department of Performing & Fine Arts Prospective Student Form
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  • Can I get a job in the arts? (Hint: Yes)
    and paths of graduate study including Arts management and administration Acting Musical Performance Directing Video and Audio production Stage Management Production management Scenic designers Costumers Props masters Teaching in music visual art theatre or dance Digital and graphic design Studio artist Visual communication and media marketing Art Museum art gallery and curatorial work Historic preservation jobs Graduate studies in art history arts education art therapy studio art and musicology ethnomusicology and music history Fine Arts majors also learn skills that are critical for any number of jobs and professions outside the fields of music theatre and visual art Fine Arts classes train students in creative problem solving visual and critical thinking research and presentation methods and communication skills as well as self discipline and self motivation Many fields require the kind of broad background in intellectual and cultural history and skills that the fine and performing arts are uniquely positioned to offer In a world driven by visual and audio technology Fine Arts majors have an edge Fine Arts students pursue careers in Advertising and marketing Commercial illustration Interior design Industrial design Retail sales and business Fashion design and merchandising Print television or internet media Web design Humanistic disciplines and

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  • Dance Home
    cultural practices This curriculum requires critical and creative thinking as well as deliberate movement training in addition to exploring concepts in dance that relate to human development culture and society as a whole The dance curriculum seeks to provide undergraduate majors who are interested in acquiring knowledge of creative artistic and liberal arts based skills sought by prospective employers who are looking for an innovative collaborative and self motivated workforce Home About the Department Fine Arts Series Degree Programs Faculty Staff Syllabi Friends of the Arts PFA Alumni Prospective Students Can I get a job in the arts Hint Yes Dance Home Dance Gallery The FSU Dance Ensemble is an educational repertory dance company representing the FSU Performing and Fine Arts department The company performs on and off campus With solid consistent training in Horton modern dance technique in addition to jazz and African dance styles the FSUDE believes that dance is a discipline as well as an art form Students are required to take at least one dance class to be eligible for the ensemble and auditions are held in the fall with performances in the spring Since its inception in 2010 FSUDE has performed North Carolina School of Science and Math Durham NC State University Raleigh NC Central University Durham NC Museum of History Raleigh St Paul s High and Middle School St Paul NC Pine Forest High School Fayetteville VA Hospital Prime Time Turlington High School Raeford NC Ballet Classics with NC State Ballet Crown Auditorium Fayetteville State University Dance Ensemble FSUDE a touring dance company representing the PFA department An Evening of Dance March 2013 FSU s first dance concert by FSUDE and student dance minors In October of 2013 FSUDE hosted Dancing in the Spirit a two day dance festival and performed with dancers from

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