Composer and Alumnus Brian Raphael Nabors Sees Continued Success Despite COVID-19
Samford alumnus and composer Brian Raphael Nabors enjoys "whirlwind of momentum" in his career and continues to pursue a variety of projects and opportunities.
A Message from Samford University School of the Arts
Samford's School of the Arts listens closely to community regarding pain of racism.
Center for Worship and the Arts Launches Animate Flex
This summer, the Center for Worship and the Arts flagship summer academy for teenagers and their mentors, Animate, has been repurposed from an on-campus event to a localized in-community experience called Animate Flex. Animate Flex is a free and flexible guide that allows groups or individuals to explore, study and participate in life-changing worship.
School of the Arts Graphic Design Students Release Quaranzine Magazine
Ten graphic design publication students worked collaboratively to release Quaranzine, a digital magazine documenting quarantine experiences. Click on the image below to bring up an option to view the issue in full-screen for easier reading.
Remembering Clarence Brooks
We are mourning the loss of our friend Clarence Brooks who passed away in April. He was a champion of the School of the Arts and provided leadership to our Advisory Board.
Game Design and 3D Animation Program Now Part of Division of Art and Design
Samford's Division of Art and Design offers new technology-rich program in game design and 3D animation.
School of the Arts Launches Commercial Music Program
Over the past year, School of the Arts leadership has worked with Steven Potaczek who joined Samford last summer to develop a commercial music program in the Division of Music.