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The Department of Communication Arts, the largest department in the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, provides a forum through which students can develop life skills such as confidence in oral and written presentations, communication skills, and critical analysis and problem solving skills. Students in the Department represent a broad spectrum of majors, interests, and career possibilities in Communication Arts, Communication Studies, Multimedia Film & Production, Multimedia Journalism, Public Relations, and Theatre.  They work together and with faculty on research projects, state-of-the-art productions, events, online news outlets, and broadcasts.

Welcome new Communication Arts faculty!

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Professor Kent Murray passed away in summer 2014. Donations are being accepted for the Kent Murray TV Studio fund to name our new Sanford TV studio after Kent. The studio is a new facility he dreamed of and planned for over the past 30 years. He designed the current facility, but unfortunately, did not get to teach in it.  Designate Foundation Account #3736 http://president.georgiasouthern.edu/advancement/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/GivingOpportunities.pdf
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Upcoming Events:

An Octoroon by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
November 8-15.

Tickets $6 for students, $12 for General Admission

Go to Marketplace to Purchase Tickets online 

Winner of the 2014 OBIE Award for Best New American Play. “AN OCTOROON invites us to laugh loudly and easily at how naïve the old stereotypes now seem, until nothing seems funny at all…Mr. Jacobs-Jenkins is using a genre associated with exclamation points to ask questions not only about the portrayal of race in America but also about the inadequate means we have for such portrayals. I don’t think it’s too much of a spoiler to reveal that this show ends—spectacularly and hauntingly—with all of us in the dark.” —The New York Times.

Judge Peyton is dead and his plantation Terrebonne is in financial ruins. Peyton’s handsome nephew George arrives as heir apparent and quickly falls in love with Zoe, a beautiful octoroon. But the evil overseer M’Closky has other plans—for both Terrebonne and Zoe. In 1859, a famous Irishman wrote this play about slavery in America. Now an American tries to write his own.

 

News:

THE 2017 – 2018 THEATRE SEASON

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Assistant Professor of Multimedia and Film Production Matt Hashiguchi’s film “Good Luck Soup” broadcast nationally on PBS recently. Read more about this airing here. For more information on Hashiguchi’s project, click here.

commercialDamien Henderson, Ozzie Bunbury, and Darius Smith, students in the Media II Production class created an advertisement for the Communication Arts Department. Click here to view the commercial.

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