Panel will allow students to discuss Tolkien’s latest screen adaptation By David Seaman One of the biggest movies this past holiday season, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” captivated audiences around the globe with director Peter Jackson’s adaptation of the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien classic. But for all its popular appeal, what […]
Arts & Entertainment
Award winning artist and illustrator Wayne Brezinka will visit Taylor’s campus tonight for the opening of Paperwork, an exhibit featuring his work.
An astounding party scene kicked off this week with the opening of . The New York Times reported that art lovers across the globe have gathered to celebrate their passion at the annual contemporary-arts trade fair, which began yesterday and will end Dec. 9.
Taylor musicians of all styles and cultures unite to present a colorful Christmas celebration Kelly Helton, Contributor December is just around the corner, bringing with it a vast array of emotions. Children anticipate tackling, somewhat literally, the mosaic of boxes under the Christmas tree. Parents nearly go up the wall […]
Competition is a loaded word. But for Taylor music students, it promises a chance to do what they love, hone their skills and, just maybe, perform with professionals.
Jazz ensemble concert previews spring break ministry tour to Ecuador By Chelsea Molin, Contributor The Taylor Jazz Ensemble has recently picked up a bit of a Latin flavor. At 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 15, the 20-member band will present “Concert of Sacred Jazz” in the Butz-Carruth Recital Hall. The musical […]
One of the most expensive independent films of all time
By David Seaman Two upcoming performances hosted by the Taylor Performing Artist Series will bring a touch of world culture to the cornfields this semester. Every year the Performing Artist Series brings performers to campus to provide quality musical performances that enrich students’ perspective of the arts. The 2012 season […]
Documentary produced by Taylor alumni to premiere at heartland
The Plays for Presidents Festival 2012 encourages a historical view of the presidency to combat political cynicism By Kathryn Kroeker, A&E Editor The American presidency has inundated nearly every social sphere in anticipation of the upcoming election. It has finally, literally, made its way to center stage. Andy Bayiates, Founder […]