Butler ballet’s 2021 rendition of “The Nutcracker” offers a new interpretation of a traditionally culturally insensitive show.
With COVID-19 outbreaks on campus, Butler Ballet dancers can be forced to quarantine and miss key performances.
Credit hours: our faithful friend, our constant enemy. Columnist Anna Smith dives into why, for JCA kids, every credit hour is not as equal as it may seem.
At the beginning of this school year, my peers and I auditioned for seating placements within the orchestra, and I was appointed as concertmaster. This is the principal violin seat in the orchestra, and it has presented a whole new host of responsibilities.
After working as interim executive director since July, AaronHurt was officially appointed to head Butler Arts Center.
A look into the enrollment process and why courses are capped, causing limited options for students.
By the time the showcase rolls around, the symphony orchestra will have only had about four weeks to prepare their music, but Soukup is not letting this stop them from putting on a great show.
WRITTEN BY MALLORY DUNCAN, ARTS, ETC. ASSISTANT EDITOR The Butler Community Arts School exudes a certain glow. It originates from a child radiant from the joy of learning and understanding. But it also comes from a teacher’s glowing pride as his or her pupil grasps a concept for the first time. Butler University students can…
WRITTEN BY HANNAH HARTZELL, STAFF REPORTER The Jordan College of the Arts Composers’ Orchestra is not a typical orchestra. It plays strictly new music and brings unique and envelope-pushing music to the stage. The group will showcase this unique focus at its first concert of the year Oct. 10. According to Michael Schelle, JCACO founder…
WRITTEN BY MARIA LEICHTY, STAFF REPORTER Elizabeth Mix has been named director of the Art and Design program after helping build it from the bottom up. The art program today has changed vastly from what it was a decade ago. It started as a visual arts minor in the Media Arts program, which used to…