Arts management alum Jake Zinn '20 wants to offer music fans all the latest music news at their fingertips with the new app Beepr.
In honor of Black History Month, several CofC departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events that explore Black culture, history and contemporary issues.
More than 300 students at the College of Charleston are graduating in December 2020, an achievement made through hard work, perseverance and dedication.
Despite winning the Department of Mathematics's top honor, Jay Van Raalte '20 plans on pursuing a career in music instead of going to graduate school – because, well, who wouldn't want to be a rock star if they had the choice?
As the acting arts manager of West Hollywood, Calif., Rebecca Ansert Ehemann ’01 helps beautify the urban landscape.
Three CofC students hope their recently created works for the 2020 Student Art Expression of the Year program will inspire and unsettle viewers regarding the issues of climate change and global warming.
Arts management alumnus Cody Dixon '17 wants to empower the next generation of music producers through his nonprofit S.O.U.L Power Productions.
Arts management alumnus and local musician John Shields '12 is hosting a fundraising concert on Facebook with his duo Little Stranger to benefit the Charleston area nonprofit S.O.U.L. Power Productions, founded by Cody Dixon '17.
CofC singing group the AcaBelles is taking its musical talents from campus to the community with a performance at the Music Farm this Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.
A viral hit propeled rising sophomore Eva Leach to a musical career and arts management major.