Belmont’s Student Movement Against Cancer to hold virtual “Concert for a Cause”

Belmont’s Student Movement Against Cancer to hold virtual “Concert for a Cause”

Belmont’s very own Student Movement Against Cancer is raising money for a child’s chemotherapy and bringing awareness to their club through a free, virtual “Concert for a Cause.” The concert, set to release Friday at 6 p.m., will be uploaded to YouTube and last for about an hour and a […]

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Belmont professor Dr. Bonnie Smith Whitehouse aims to foster inventiveness with “Kickstart Creativity”

Belmont professor Dr. Bonnie Smith Whitehouse aims to foster inventiveness with “Kickstart Creativity”

Dr. Bonnie Smith Whitehouse calls herself a pilgrim—someone who crosses the boundaries of knowledge and creativity.  Her new project “Kickstart Creativity” is designed to foster this curiosity in others. “I’m interested in giving people tools they can play with that help them experience things they might not be experiencing if […]

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Belmont play “36” to highlight women’s suffrage movement, the value of voting

Belmont play “36” to highlight women’s suffrage movement, the value of voting

The brand new play, “36,” written and directed by theater faculty member Shawn King, is set to premiere virtually at Belmont on Oct. 29.  The play spotlights the women’s suffrage movement in Nashville, as Tennessee was the 36th state to approve the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.  […]

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Newcomers Podcast aims to open doors for aspiring artists

Newcomers Podcast aims to open doors for aspiring artists

It’s not easy being a newcomer. Especially when you’re a newcomer to a career in the arts – where the hardest part can be simply getting a foot in the door.  The Newcomers Podcast, started by senior motion pictures major Cole Marvin, aims to help open that door for aspiring […]

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Belmont Alumni Bring Theatre Online

Belmont Alumni Bring Theatre Online

VNN’s Sarah Lawson spoke with Madison Bailey, co-founder of Uprooted Theater Company, and Zachary Payne, Uprooted performer, to learn about how some of Belmont’s thespians have adapted to COVID-19. – Produced by Jordan Shatto.

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Review: Live From Here to Anywhere

Review: Live From Here to Anywhere

The entertainment industry has a long standing tradition that has been said everywhere from broadway stages to sold-out arena tours: “The show must go on.”  At Belmont, that mentality is just as strong.  In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, concerts and shows all across the world have been postponed […]

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Showcase Winners reflect on the cancellation of Best of the Best

Showcase Winners reflect on the cancellation of Best of the Best

Six times each year, Belmont students and faculty pack the Curb Event Center for the Belmont Showcase Series. One act from each concert-style production gets the opportunity to perform at the Best of the Best showcase in April. The Best of the Best Showcase, which was scheduled to take place […]

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Office Concerts: Cole Ritter and the Night Owls

Office Concerts: Cole Ritter and the Night Owls

Country Showcase winner Cole Ritter and the Night Owls perform their songs “Pictures on the Wall” and “Miss Amnesia” in this week’s Office Concert.

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Spring Break travel tips

Spring Break travel tips

Spring break is right around the corner, and the recent cancellation of many academic spring break and mission trips may leave you wondering what to do.  There are plenty of other options to plan a last minute spring break trip with your friends and still have the time of your […]

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Discover Nashville: L&L Market

Discover Nashville: L&L Market

Steven Boero and Anna D’Amico headed down Charlotte Avenue to check out a new market that has everything from gourmet donuts to Nashville style.

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Photos: BSA Fashion Show

Photos: BSA Fashion Show

Donning everything from traditional African prints to modern power suits, student models celebrated the history of black fashion in a show put on Tuesday by the Black Student Association. In honor of Black History month, BSA Vice President Haily McGee organized the event to show the evolution of black fashion.  […]

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Photos: Harlem Love in February

Photos: Harlem Love in February

To celebrate black history month, Alpha Kappa Alpha hosted an event in the Gabhart Center showing love to the renaissance arts — Harlem Love.  “Tonight is about falling in love with your blackness and putting it out into different art forms,” said Cidney Grady. The event showcased artists of all […]

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