New Music New College hosted a performance by Recap Quartet on October 8 in Sudakoff Conference Center. Recap Quartet is a professional ensemble from Rahway, New Jersey that performs nationally, specializing in percussion and uniquely inspired musical instruments.
New College of Florida Student Michael Bolesh Named a Boren Scholar for 2022, Will Study French in SenegalPosted
Studying French in Senegal this fall will be a dream realized for New College of Florida third-year Michael Bolesh, who was just selected to be a Boren scholar.
Asolo Rep’s ‘Eureka Day’ pokes fun at divisive school politics and factsCategoriesPosted
The members of the executive committee of the Eureka Day school in Berkeley, California, practically trip over themselves with exacting politically correct language, understanding and active listening during their meetings.
New College alumnus takes center stage with launch of play at Sarasota's Asolo RepCategoriesPosted
The timely satire centers on the fallout of a potential epidemic at an elementary school.
Playwright Jonathan Spector ’97 Learned How to “Relentlessly” Pursue His Passion at New College of FloridaPosted
As Eureka Day begins its run at Sarasota’s Asolo Repertory Theatre on May 11, playwright Jonathan Spector ’97 is reflecting on the city—and the college—that gave him his start.
National Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) Program Connects Two New College of Florida Students with Competitive Local InternshipsPosted
Earlier this spring, 35 college students—including several from New College of Florida—interviewed to be part of the inaugural class of the Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) internship program through the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.
Anyone Can Do It! My Semester at New College as an Exchange Student from Prescott CollegePosted
When I first heard about New College of Florida, I was 2,210.1 miles away, in the mountain town of Prescott, Arizona, at Prescott College.
“Words in Action: Finding Your True Purpose” Sparks Creativity at New CollegeCategoriesPosted
How can we rethink the role of the arts in society? By showing, not telling. That’s one of the annual aims of the “Words in Action” festival at New College of Florida.
Biennial New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Disrupted by the Pandemic in 2020, Returns This WeekCategoriesPosted
For medieval and Renaissance enthusiasts, the biennial New College Conference is a time to dig into the kind of dialogue that only happens in the company of passionately likeminded people.
NCF Assistant Professor Ryan Buyssens featured in "Enmeshed" at South Bend Museum of Art explores digital influencesCategoriesPosted
From Yahoo News, February 6, 2022 SOUTH BEND — An art exhibit with eight pieces at the South Bend Museum of Art explores how digital art and the reliance on technology alters our experience of the world. On display through April 3, it draws on works by seven artists, titled “Enmeshed: Our Changing Relationship With […]