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School of Visual Arts The School of Visual Arts contains many different departments into which a student many choose to enter. Just a few of these include Art Education, Dance, and Interior Design. Many classes are offered by each department so students may have a wide variety of classes. The University Gallery and Museum hold many of the works produced by both students, faculty, and guest artists. It may be viewed by both students and non-students. The Dance Department hosts many lectures and dance perfor- mances each year. One of their most popular is the Eight Days of Dance, in which programs with numerous dances are performed including solos, duos, and group dances. The School of Visual Arts contributes to the University in many ways. Besides the education it offers art students, it also brings culture to the area. Laura Lehtinen This enameled brooch by Susan Albers Holcombe entitled " Sundancer III " is an example of student artwork (top left). One big event sponsored by the Dance Depart- ment this year was Eight Days of Dance. Shown here, Dance Majors, Jana DuMond, Jennifer Can- terbury, and Pam Pietro. Also from Eight Days of Dance, MFA Candidate, Mary Ann Rund. ▼ Jerry Draper, originally from New Jer- Ph.D. from U.N.C. Chapel Hill. ey, attended Yale where he received his When he first came to Florida State he achelors degree. He then went on to was acting Dean for three years. He now arn his Masters degree from George oversees the various departments within Washington University and later his the School of Visual Arts. Academics 47
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School of Theatre Offering variety to the cultural life of the uni- versity and the community, the School of Theatre offers numerous dramatic programs during the year. This season ' s performances included Guys and Dolls, Benefactors, Great Expectations, and The Miser. Each performance included students, pro- fessors, and local talent. Many visiting artists add their contributions to the productions as well. There are three stage areas whereby offerings of The School of Theatre are performed. The Main- stage Theatre at the Fine Arts Building and in the Studio Theatre at the Williams Building. Produc- tions are also put on in The Lab. The School of Theatre is a fully accredited mem - ber of the National Association of Schools of The- atre and continues to gain recognition for its pro- grams. Jennifer Goff Pictures from three of the productions put on this year by the School of Theatre. Starting from the top left they are: Tracers, Guys and Dolls, and Moby Dick Rehearsed. Originally from Pittsburg, Pennsylva- nia, Dean Gil Lazier obtained his Bach- elor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1961. He continued his studies there and acquired his Masters of Arts. Continuing his studies, Dean Lazier received his Doctor of Philosophy from S.I.U. in 1965. Dean Lazier began his career at Florida State in 1970 as a teacher and artist. In 1982, he became Dean and continues in this position. He has also worked at Co- lumbia University, Kansas State, and the University of Florida. Dean Lazier helped the School of Theatre at Florida State become recognized as one of the top six schools in the nation. 46 Charging Forward
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I 1 School of Music The School of Music, a fully accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Music since 1930, has an en- rollment of 450 undergraduates and 300 graduate students. The ratio of students to faculty is approximately 8 to 1, and in order to provide all students individu- alized instruction and a balanced ensem- ble experience, a maximum enrollment of 750 is self-imposed. The School of Music offers over 350 concerts and recitals each year featuring faculty members, students, guest artists, and ensembles of all sizes. Every two years the School presents a major na- tional festival featuring recent works by composers from throughout North America, as performed by students and faculty. The School of Music also reg- ularly hosts various conventions, holds workshops, presents festivals, and gives special courses. Along with a solid education, students within the School of Music are able to acquire a broad cultural awareness by interaction with other creative people in a stimulating and supportive environ- ment. Laura Lehtinen Because of the School ' s continuing strides towards excellence, and because it is one of the top five schools of its kind in the nation, our staff has chosen it as one of the two schools within the Uni- versity to highlight this year as examples of the diversified ways in which F.S.U. is charging forward. Above, Professor Boda, a composition instructor in F.S.U. ' s School of Music. ▲ The School puts on many different perfor- mances each year. Originally from Iowa, Robert Glidden is currently Dean of the School of Music. He holds a Bachelors, Masters and Doc- torate degree from the University of Iowa. He believes in offering students the best university and musical education, and his de dication shows through, for the School of Music is ranked among the top five schools in the nation. With this high honor, the University can only hope that Dean Glidden will continue to be the high achiever we have seen him to be. 48 Charging Forward
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