CCU’s Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts to hold homecoming open house Nov. 12
Faculty, students, and guest professionals will participate in the open house sessions, with each academic department holding events that display work representative of its discipline. Events include theatrical, musical, and dance performances; fiction, non-fiction, and poetry readings; a live bronze casting; an intelligence briefing; animation shorts from around the world; lectures on writing, history, and communication; introduction to multidisciplinary Gullah Geechee projects; and orientation sessions at experiential learning facilities including the Jackson Center for Ethics and Values, the Intelligence Operations Center, WCCU Radio, theatre design and production studio, and the Edwards television production studio.
“This event showcases the kinds of learning and creating that Edwards faculty and students pursue on a daily basis,” said Claudia Bornholdt, dean of the Edwards College. “We want to celebrate all that we encompass and all that we’ve achieved during our first 20 years, and we thought homecoming would be a perfect time to do it. We hope everyone – alumni, community members, and visitors – will participate as we highlight the various dimensions of the Edwards College.”
For more information, contact Joe Oestreich, associate dean of the Edwards College, at 843-349-2433 or email@example.com.