Violins of Hope: Strings of the Holocaust

November 5, 2019

In Partnership with the Jewish Federation of Fort Wayne and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, the University of Saint Francis School of Creative Arts is pleased to exhibit the “Strings of the Holocaust,” in conjunction with Violins of Hope throughout the Fort Wayne community. Free and open to the public, visitors are invited to view, learn Read More »


Sister M. Elise Kriss to Retire as President of the University of Saint Francis in June 2020

September 22, 2019

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – University of Saint Francis President Sister M. Elise Kriss, OSF, has announced she will conclude her presidency on June 30, 2020. She will complete her 27th year. Sister Elise shared her retirement plan with the USF Board of Trustees on Wednesday. “Since July 1993, I have been privileged to serve this Read More »


Presidential Gala

September 3, 2019

The University of Saint Francis, President Sister M. Elise Kriss and the School of Creative Arts will host the 2019 Presidential Gala on Sept. 7 on the campus. The gala will run from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Mimi and Ian Rolland Art and Visual Communication Center, located off Leesburg Road on the campus, Read More »


MFA in Studio Art

August 29, 2019

Student Stories: Debra Crouch What are goals are you hoping to pursue, after receiving the MFA degree? I see this program as an opportunity to become a better, more conceptually driven artist. I want to be able to show my artwork in group and solo exhibitions and getting this experience in making and receiving feedback Read More »


New Faces at SOCA

August 26, 2019

Please welcome three new individuals to the School of Creative Arts family: Dr. Kathy Danko-McGhee, Mr. Jake Nolt, and Mr. Frank Duarte.  Kathy will serve as Associate Professor and Program Director for both Pre-Art Therapy and Visual Art Education.  Jake will serve as Assistant Professor of Animation. Frank will serve as the USF Director of Read More »


USF Pre-Vet Students Unleash Animal Care Abroad

June 25, 2019

A trip to the Dominican Republic turns into a great learning experience for University of Saint Francis pre-veterinary students. On the first day of their trip to the Dominican Republic, University of Saint Francis pre-veterinary students Olivia Obringer and Jack Harris wondered if the pace would pick up. They helped Dr. Paula Johnson treat a Read More »


TOP OF THE CLASS

May 7, 2019

USF’s valedictorians forge ahead after making the most of their undergraduate years.


USF sophomore Alexa Marasovich breaking beauty pageant sterotypes

April 22, 2019

Recently crowned USA National Miss Indiana 2019, Marasovich sports a resume of interests that puts her well on her way to making people reconsider their preconceptions. Marasovich is a Biology major with a goal to become a physician assistant.


Black History Beats

February 25, 2019

Black History Beats: Now is the Time! Every child who grew up singing the songs from Schoolhouse Rock knows the power of music to teach history. Now change the genre to hip hop and add some fresh animations, and you can envision the idea for Black History Beats. Better yet, you can find this new Read More »


Visual Arts: What Can I Expect at Talent Scholarship Day?

February 25, 2019

The Students: Talent Scholarship Day is all about showing your artistic process and potential.  We welcome students from all backgrounds – from small rural communities where students have pioneered the pathway to the arts, to urban areas where students have taken accelerated arts classes throughout their high school career.  Maybe you have a sketchbook, or photographs, Read More »


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