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ACTOR ELIJAH WOOD TALKS ABOUT HIS VISIT TO RINGLING COLLEGE
The Digital Filmmaking Studio Lab, a collaboration between Ringling College and Future of Films, LLC., hosted actor Elijah Wood on January 23-24, 2012. The actor sat down to discuss his experiences with local reporter Alix Redmonde of SNN Local News 6.
SARASOTA MUSEUM OF ART (SMOA) NEWS REPORT FEATURED ON SARASOTA'S ABC 7 TV
ABC 7 TV reporter Linda Carson talks with Sarasota Museum of Art (SMOA) President Wendy Surkis and SMOA Treasurer Peppi Elona in this intriguing update on Ringling College’s Visual Arts Education Center (VAEC)/Sarasota Museum of Art (SMOA).
Ringling College's VAEC/SMOA project is currently in the fundraising stages as part of our Pathway to Preeminence comprehensive campaign. The project will transform the historic Sarasota High School on US 41/Tamiami Trail into a dynamic museum of modern and contemporary art and will include with art studios and classrooms for continuing education.
For more information about plans for the Visual Arts Education Center and the Sarasota Museum of Art download our Pathway to Preeminence Campaign brochure. (PDF download)
RINGLING COLLEGE ALUMNA BEVIN CARNES FEATURED ON GOOD MORNING AMERICA!
2007 Ringling College Computer Animation graduate Bevin Carnes and Student Academy Award Winner was featured February 12, 2008 in a wonderful interview today on Good Morning America!
Watch it now!
TRANSFORMING LIVES: THE GIFT OF GIVING
Barbara Robinette Moss, Class of 1987
As featured in Ringling College of Art and Design's April, 2006 Issue of Perspectives Magazine, we will soon be posting a Podcast of "Transforming Lives: The Gift of Giving" a touching film about the life of artist, author, and alumna Barbara Robinette Moss '87. Click here to watch the film.
About the Artist
Barbara Robinette Moss’ art has been featured in more than 150 juried exhibits and hangs in several galleries. She recently had her first New York City exhibition. In 1996, Barbara won the gold medal for personal essay in the William Faulkner Creative Writing Competition, sponsored by The Pirate’s Alley Faulkner
Society, New Orleans, Louisiana. The winning story, “Near the Center of the Earth,” became the first chapter for her best-selling book, Change Me into Zeus’s Daughter, published in 1999. A screenplay of the work is currently a finalist for Robert Redford’s Sentence Institute Theater Laboratory, a workshop for playwrights and directors.
Moss received an MFA from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, and a BFA from Ringling College of Art & Design. She began writing while in graduate school at Drake University. She lives in New York City and Iowa City, Iowa.
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