The winter exhibition at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum opens on January 17 with three new installations and a publication.
De La Torre Brothers: Rococolab debuts at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum on January 17.
The annual literary festival at Rollins opens in February with national bestselling author Mike Birbiglia and features a pair of National Book Awards finalists.
Rollins and Full Sail are getting everyone in the holiday spirit with a free concert at the Dr. Phillips Center.
A trio of new exhibitions connecting art, history, and contemporary culture and politics opens on September 8.
The Rollins College speaker series opens in September with Maggie Doyne, CNN’s 2015 Hero of the Year, and closes in April with M. Sanjayan, CEO and senior scientist of Conservation International.
Passionate, confident, and creative Rollins music students take to the studio on their own, creating a poignant music video that both celebrates the past and looks toward the future.
CFAM unveils four new exhibitions for the summer season, which runs from May 24 to August 26.
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood debuted 50 years ago, and Rollins is honoring its most famous alumnus with a self-guided campus tour of memorabilia.
On Sunday, February 18, head down to the main stage on Park Avenue for a lively evening of entertainment.
An exhibition of work from artist Ria Brodell challenges gender norms and explores the concept of devotion.
Poet and activist Sonia Sanchez, along with other venerable voices, continue the important discussion of the issues and concerns facing communities of color.
Join a group of heralded artists and thinkers for a weekend of stimulating discussion on the evocative nature of film.
Towards Impressionism: Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet will be on exhibit at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum from January 20 to April 8, 2018.
Artist Candy Chang will discuss the inspiration for her public art installation Before I Die and why it’s important to engage with each other.
Enjoy a refreshing take on Jane Austen’s beloved 18th-century novel at the Annie.
During the second event of the 2017-18 Winter Park Institute season, Lauren Bush Lauren will inspire her audience to “Help FEED the World” through her social business mission.
The latest addition to the Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, Tomás Saraceno’s Cloud Cities - Nebulous Thresholds will be on display in the conservatory of The Alfond Inn beginning this month.
The Annie Russell Theatre’s 85th season includes The Cradle Will Rock, Sense and Sensibility, The Women of Lockerbie, and 9 to 5: The Musical.
Rollins students celebrate the history and culture of Eatonville and reflect on topics of race and social class.
Winter With the Writers at Rollins College has added National Book Award finalists Chris Bachelder and Jay Hopler to its 2017 lineup this February.
From art exhibitions and bestselling authors to symposiums and LipSync, it’s time for you to fill up your calendar with upcoming Rollins College events.
The “Star Trek” actor George Takei will speak at the Winter Park Institute at Rollins.
Cease & Desist, an exhibition presenting the work of six senior studio art majors, debuts at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum on April 12.
The Annie Russell Theatre’s 86th season—from Twelve Angry Jurors to Sweet Charity—is sure to bring laughs and tears alike.
NBA superstar and social justice activist Kareem Abdul-Jabbar closes out the 2018 Winter Park Institute season.
For the second to final speaker series this season at the Winter Park Institute, learn more about the interesting life and varied successes of astronaut Story Musgrave.
Join us for a poignant contemporary drama based on true events that transpired in Lockerbie, Scotland.
The annual literary festival at Rollins opens in February with national bestselling author Hillary Jordan and features a pair of National Book Awards finalists.
Both the Orlando Science Center and the Mennello Museum of American Art are showcasing companion exhibits from CFAM’s Time As Landscape: Inquiries of Art and Science.
Rollins and Full Sail join forces in getting everyone in the holiday spirit with a free concert at the Dr. Phillips Center.
Former The Voice contestant Christian Cuevas will perform Bringing Hope One Song at a Time to aid Puerto Rico’s recovery efforts.