David Shields is the internationally bestselling author of 20 books, including “Reality Hunger,” named one of the best books of 2010 by more than 30 publications, New York Times bestseller: “The Thing About Life Is That One Day You’ll Be Dead,” “Black Planet,” a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, and “Other People: Takes and Mistakes.” Shields also co-starred in James Franco’s film of “I Think You’re Totally Wrong: A Quarrel.” The recipient of Guggenheim and NEA fellowships, Shields has published essays and stories in the New York Times Magazine, Harper’s, Esquire, Yale Review, Salon, Slate, McSweeney’s, and Believer. His work has been translated into 20 languages.
This event is presented in partnership with the FSU Creative Writing Department.
“Everyone’s favorite creepy and kooky family is back in this new ghostly musical comedy. The Addams Family is facing their biggest nightmare yet – Wednesday is getting married! Wednesday begs Gomez to have “One Normal Night” as he must convince Morticia to host their new, Midwestern in-laws for dinner. Secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested, and the Addams Family is faced with one important question: what is normal?”
Exhibition Dates & Museum Hours
February 16 – April 1, 2018
Open Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, 1–4 p.m.
Please check the website for any changes in hours: mofa.fsu.edu
Duval-Carrié’s exhibition engages themes associated with the history of the Tallahassee area and North Florida region, including plantation agriculture, race, slavery, historical events such as Florida statehood, and contentious historical figures such as Andrew Jackson. His exhibited works will be accompanied by displays of plantation artifacts loaned from State of Florida collections, including a portion of a nineteenth-century sugar mill and a range of Spanish silver and gold coins.”
Suzanne Farrell, FSU Francis Eppes Professor in the School of Dance, is one of George Balanchine’s most celebrated muses and remains a legendary figure in the ballet world. Suzanne Farrell and the Suzanne Farrell Ballet will conclude a residency in Tallahassee with a concert to benefit the School of Dance. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the company before its final season presenting: “Forever Balanchine: Farewell Performances” at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.
The Askew Student Life Center is a strong community of students dedicated to creative events and passionate about media. Our mission is to provide education and entertainment to the FSU student body through films, gaming, and event opportunities. Major components of our programming are the Student Life Cinema, ASLC Gaming, and the Grindhouse. Please check the website for the most updated building hours, events, and movie schedule at movies.fsu.edu
The College of Motion Picture Arts is dedicated to preparing graduate and undergraduate students for successful careers in the motion picture industry. Fiske Guide to Colleges has described us as “one of the top motion picture schools in the nation,” The Hollywood Reporter has hailed us as “one of the world’s best,” and the Directors Guild of America has recognized us for our “distinguished contribution to American culture through the world of film and television.” The faculty comprises award-winning industry experts with a combined 400+ feature film credits and our alumni can be found in every branch of the industry, including the writers and directors of recent hit films The Maze Runner, It Follows, and Moonlight.