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Communication & Film Professor embraces quirky horror in ‘Chompy and the Girls’

A new comedy/horror film produced by Marty Lang, Assistant Professor of Film at the University of Memphis, is set to release in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean platforms on September 14, 2021 through Freestyle Digital Media. CHOMPY & THE GIRLS is the story of a troubled and…

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University of Memphis announces new Institute for Arts and Heath 

The University of Memphis is pleased to announce the establishment of the Institute for Arts and Health. The Institute will bridge the arts, humanities, social sciences, digital technologies and STEM areas, and aims to incubate and secure funding for transdisciplinary research and community engagement related to the Arts and Health.…

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Scheidt Family Music Center continues journey toward completion

The main stage truss installation at the Scheidt Family Music Center took place earlier this week, bringing the new, $35 Million, Scheidt Family Music Center ever closer to completion. Andrew Parks with the Department of Architecture practices at archimania, a local architecture firm, and is involved as part of the…

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University of Memphis Gives New Life to the Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Education

In keeping with its status as an emerging R1 university, the University of Memphis is now the editorial home of the Journal of Arts Entrepreneurship Education (JAEE), a Tier 1 journal with an international profile in the allied fields of arts management, entrepreneurship, and education. Spearheaded by Dr. Josef Hanson,…

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The Dept. of Theatre & Dance presents Lest We Forget: Black Memphis History Through Dance/Theatre – an all-outdoors, socially-distant theatre experience

While most theatres have gone on hiatus, the University of Memphis Department of Theatre & Dance proudly to announce the second show in its ongoing Jubilee Season — Lest We Forget: Black Memphis History Through Dance/Theatre.   This outdoor performance, a combination of dance and theatre, explores 120 years of…

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