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Actor David Hyde Pierce’s visit to the USC School of Dramatic Arts began with the showing of a wordless clip of Pierce as Niles Crane in the hit TV series Frasier.
Screenwriter John Ridley joined family members of 19th-century author Solomon Northup to receive the 26th annual USC Libraries Scripter Award for 12 Years a Slave.
The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is taking a major step forward as it unveils its groundbreaking curriculum on the school’s website.
Tacita Dean, Thomas Struth, Deborah Sussman, Michael Lejeune — these are the first of the guest speakers coming to USC for “Roski Talks,” a new lecture series.
Alumna Susana Smith Bautista, interim deputy director of the USC Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, Calif., is the author of a new book about the changing roles of museums.
Peyton Hall, a longtime instructor at the USC School of Architecture, has given $50,000 to name the office of the school’s Master of Heritage Conservation program.
USC Roski alumni demonstrate how an interdisciplinary approach has empowered them to become leaders and specialists in their field.
All across campus, students at USC’s six world-class arts schools refine their craft late into the night in after-hours labs, theaters and rehearsal rooms.
The USC Roski School of Fine Arts has received approval to change its name to the USC Roski School of Art and Design.
Andrea Cohen Gehring was named principal in charge of a feasibility study for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home to USC Trojan football,
USC School of Architecture faculty and alumni took home multiple awards for recent projects built and designed.
USC and Pacific Asia Museum of Pasadena, Calif., one of the few U.S. museums dedicated to the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands, announced an affiliation.
Unsuspecting students filed into class on Oct. 30 under the assumption they were simply having a joint session of their two classes.
The estate of the late Randell Makinson has given his extensive research papers to the USC School of Architecture.
The Foshay Symphonic Band is tuning up and at its helm is Eduardo Mollinedo-Piñon, a comparative literature major in his junior year at USC Dornsife.
A long-standing love affair between words and the visual arts at USC Fisher Museum heated up when poet David St. John read six new love poems at a special event.
The USC School of Architecture has announced a $500,000 pledge from architect Warren Lortie ’66 to establish a scholarship for students who study abroad.
Yingjun Hu has received an award for a project that proposes turning the present concrete-laden confluence of the Los Angeles River and the Arroyo Seco into a recreation destination.
Erica Muhl dedicated herself to the furthering of arts at USC and beyond at her installation as dean of the USC Roski School of Fine Arts at Town & Gown.
A USC Price faculty member took part in a panel discussion on the role of arts in fueling economic development.
Kelly Sutherlin McLeod ’83 and her firm, KSM Architecture of Long Beach, Calif., have received several awards for noteworthy projects.
LA Woman: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow features many of Los Angeles’ leading artists and no fewer than six faculty and alumnae of the USC Roski School of Fine Arts.
The inaugural fellows in the USC International Artist Fellowship Program began their scholarly pursuits on campus Aug. 26.
A two-week USC Roski School of Fine Arts course explored design and its dynamic intersection with art and business.
A three-day symposium exploring issues of creativity and commerce through the life and work of Germans who made their home in Southern California before and during World War II, runs though Aug. 30.
Fifteen leading arts reporters have been selected as fellows for the 2013 USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism program.
The USC Roski School of Fine Arts is planning something spatial — a 3-D design minor, effective next fall.
A new exhibition on view at Los Angeles City Hall Bridge Gallery showcases concepts and designs for the river, each hydraulically tested to respond to changing seasonal conditions.
Ninth-grade math students who are part of USC’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative toured the Solar Decathlon home under construction on the University Park campus.
Author Author, a new exhibition in Doheny Memorial Library, features the work of Michael Childers, who has photographed a wide range of artists over the course of his career.
A Maymester course takes undergraduates to New York City, where they become art critics and examine potential careers.
The interdisciplinary project to build a net-zero, affordable and innovative home is taking shape on the South Lawn behind Watt Hall.
Claud Beelman, an architect best known for the Art Deco turquoise terra cotta Eastern Columbia Building in Los Angeles, almost didn’t make it into Overdrive: LA Constructs the Future, 1940-1990.
Dominic Quagliozzi was looking for a unique place to display his artwork. He found it in his hospital room at Keck Medical Center of USC.
Erica Muhl has been appointed dean of the USC Roski School of Fine Arts, USC President C. L. Max Nikias has announced.