Amanda Mansfield, the Jefferson Center, and Maury Strauss have been honored with this year’s Perry F. Kendig Arts and Culture Awards.
Emilee Dunton comes to Hollins after a successful three-year stint as head coach at Liberty High School in Bedford, Virginia, and a standout playing career at Randolph College.
Professor of English Marilyn Moriarty will deliver the keynote address at the POW/MIA Awareness Day ceremony on Saturday, September 22, at 11 a.m. at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia.
The podcast hosted by the star of “Roots,” “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” and “Reading Rainbow” is presenting a new short story penned by Hollins’ Distinguished Visiting Professor of Creative Writing.
Hollins is pledging to create scholarships for international students to study in the U.S.
In light of the potential impact of Hurricane Florence, Hollins University is cancelling classes beginning Wednesday, September 12, at 12:30 p.m., and continuing through Friday, September 14.
“Images of Social Justice from the Segura Arts Studio,” which is on display at the Wilson Museum from September 13 through December 9, features 37 prints created by 17 visiting artists who in their own style tackle either human, animal, or land rights issues.
Since 1985, the honors have showcased the quality and diversity of arts and culture in the Roanoke Valley.
Sherri West will oversee all aspects of Hollins’ equestrian program, including teaching classes, conducting practices, and preparing the equestrian team and individual riders for competition in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference and the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association.
WVTF Public Radio aired this profile of Hollins University’s graduate programs in screenwriting and film studies, featuring interviews with students Amy Roskelly –Shiovitz, Christie Collins, and Maisie Deely, and program director Tim Albaugh.