Liberty faculty and students are striving to reflect the glory of God through music, theatre, cinema, and fine arts. Read some of the latest stories from this vibrant community and check out the academic programs that can help you develop and hone your own creative expression. The above image is from 'The Will Rogers Follies: A Life in Review,' performed by Liberty University's Alluvion Stage Company in February 2019.
A team from the Liberty University Department of Theatre Arts brought several tales from the region (a ridge in the Appalachian Mountains that runs through parts of Tennessee and Virginia) to life with an original play, “Bloodroot: The Ballad of Clinch Mountain,” written and performed entirely by female students.
The play was recently recognized as an outstanding university production by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
Dr. Woori Kim Smith, assistant professor in the School of Music, performed two concerts at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York City last year. | Read Smith's story in the Journal
Owens studied worship at Liberty, a place where she said she felt safe to grow in Christ. She said the school taught her to be a light, especially in the music industry. | Read Owen's story in the Journal
Liberty students are shooting the pilot episode for “Eleanor’s Bench,” a television series that the cinematic arts program hopes to pitch to streaming services or to major networks. | Read about 'Eleanor's Bench' in Liberty News