College of Performing Arts

College of Performing Arts

Rowan University will announce the largest gift to the institution since Henry Rowan?s $100 million gift in 1992 on Wednesday, March 9, at 12:15 p.m. in Tohill Auditorium in Bunce Hall. A press briefi

GLASSBORO - Skeffington Thomas, chair of Rowan University's Department of Art, has been recognized by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (NJSCA) for his "outstanding work" with a 2005 Individual

Rowan University has initiated a collaborative program with La Serena University in Chile that will lead to opportunities for student and faculty exchanges, joint research projects, and cooperative ac

Dr. Donald Gephardt, dean of the College of Fine & Performing Arts at Rowan University and brother of presidential candidate Rep. Dick Gephardt, is available for interviews on the world of high-level

More than 800 students with and without disabilities from 30 South Jersey schools and centers will participate in the 25th annual “Very Special Arts Festival,” Friday, May 30, 2003 from 9:

GLASSBORO – Regarded as one of the most distinguished choral conductors in the world, special guest Robert Page will conduct the Rowan University Concert Choir in a performance on Sunday, May 4

A theatrical performance of ?A Raisin in the Sun? will be held at Rowan University on Thursday, February 27 and Friday, February 28 in Bunce Hall?s Tohill Auditorium at 8 p.m.
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GLASSBORO- Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM and the College of Fine and Performing Arts present the Rowan University Concert series 2003 on Sundays at noon on WGLS. The performances include:

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GLASSBORO - Regarded as one of the most distinguished choral conductors in the world, Robert Page has joined the Rowan University Department of Music for the 2002-2003 academic year as special Artist

Well before Dr. Joseph Robinette joined the faculty at Rowan University in 1971, he thought acting was his calling. Fresh out of Carson-Newman College in Tennessee with a degree in theater, Robinette