The Department of Art+Design at Anderson University is proud to announce the opening of War of One, an exhibition of works by graduating senior Brian McGrady. War of One runs November 16 through December 19 in the Wilson Galleries at Anderson University. The opening reception will be held Saturday, November 16 from 3 to 5 p.m.
Anderson University is a special place to thousands of people.
The beauty of the campus, particularly the Valley area, has swayed many a high school student trying to choose between small Christian schools to attend AU. Expanded academic offerings, new facilities, and church and family connections can also be decisive factors.
“Objects speak to us in a multitude of ways, and one of those ways is in story,” Brad McKinney shares — and he should know. As assistant professor of art at Anderson University, he teaches a class — Making Meaning and the Design of Everyday Things — devoted to the subject of objects and their role in our lives.
Gospel music legend Gloria Gaither had a much different plan for her life when she first got to Anderson University years ago.
"I wanted to be a missionary to Africa," she told AU's student body during a chapel service Tuesday, when she received the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance's outstanding music alumni award.
But more importantly, she said, she wanted to follow God's direction, which led her to gospel music instead of Africa.
Anderson University will offer a live webcast during Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EDT. The event, to be hosted by WQME 98.7 FM's Matt Rust, will feature conversations with AU alumni, faculty, and staff and will be shot on location along University Boulevard during the Homecoming Street Fair.
Abby Kahl had a dream job in mind when she graduated from Anderson University in May. Today she's reaping the rewards of hard work and persistence in her role as a behavioral clinician at the Suzanne Gresham Center in Muncie, Ind. In this position, she works with clients ranging from ages 2 to 16 who have behavioral disabilities. Kahl's job requires extensive knowledge, and she says it's her AU experience that prepared her.