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Schuster Art Gallery Schuster Art Gallery, located at 700 Peach Street, offers a unique opportunity for regional artists to display their work. Exhibits change four times a year, displaying a variety of media. An Annual Gannon Arts Exhibit is held. The gallery is free and open to the public during designated hours. Please visit the Schuster Gallery page at area-attractions/schuster-gallery. Schuster Program for the Arts The Schuster Program for the Arts has several components, including: the Music Scholars, Patron Scholars, a Re-Grant Initiative, Studio Art Classes, “Arts Outings”, and the Schuster Fund. Music Awards are available through an audition process and Patron Scholarships are available through an application process. For more information concerning these opportunities, students should contact the Financial Aid Office. The Schuster Re-Grant Initiative is a program Gannon administers, granting funds to local non-profit organizations engaging in cultural activities. Programming initiatives of the Schuster Program for the Arts encompass a non-credit studio art class program and the “Arts Outings” program. Studio Art experiences are offered each semester in the evening on campus. For a nominal fee, students can enroll in these hands-on classes with professional artists. In the past, classes have been offered in photography, clay, mosaic glass, linoleum block print, painting, drawing and much more! “Arts Outings” is a program where Gannon acquires tickets to local and regional arts events and underwrites the costs to students. For a nominal charge, students can attend cultural and visual art events. The Schuster Fund is another funding opportunity at Gannon. Faculty and staff can apply to the fund with an idea for an arts opportunity on campus. Students will have direct impact through the fund from coursework to APB Cultural Events. The fund is open to all full-time employees to apply for support. Schuster Theatre in Scottino Hall Productions For actors, designers, technicians and theatre lovers, Gannon offers a diverse main-stage season in the Schuster Theatre in Scottino Hall on Sassafras Street across from the Nash Library. Enjoyed by students, faculty, staff, friends, family, and Erie theatregoers, our campus productions are open to participation by anyone in or associated with Gannon. Open auditions are held for each semester’s production during the first week of classes. The theatre program, which offers degrees in Theatre and Communication Arts, Theatre Performance for Media and Stage, and Theatre Design and Technologies, is a part of the School of Communication and the Arts. Student theatre artists who show outstanding achievements and ability in the theatre arts may be eligible for election to the Kappa Beta Chapter of the national dramatic honor fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega. Membership is awarded on the basis of merit points accumulated through participation in our theatre productions and related activities. Each year, the theatre presents a variety of classical and modern plays, including musicals, improvisations, and student directed/written work. The theatre is also host to guest artists, and is a regular invitee of the International Collegiate Theatre Festival at the Edinburgh (Scotland) Festival Fringe. The Gannon Knight, Campus Newspaper Students with an interest in journalistic writing, editing, page design, photography and web design can sharpen their skills at The Gannon Knight, Gannon University’s weekly newspaper. The Gannon Knight office features modern and newly revamped production facilities located in the Center for Communication and the Arts, housed within the School of Communication and the Arts. The Knight’s facilities are progressive and sophisticated, allowing students access to modern newspaper equipment and procedures that help facilitate a deeper and more meaningful understanding of media in all of their capacities. The Knight focuses on the areas

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Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019  

Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019