In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month FSU Panama City spotlighted its commitment to diversity and inclusion as core institutional values with a lecture from bilingual author, speaker and artist of children’s books Lulu Delacre.
Doug Griffin, the director of development for The Story Company, with credits such as “Barbershop,” “Ride Along,” “Think Like a Man” and “Fantastic Four,” will host a film-writing workshop 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17, at FSU Panama City’s Holley Lecture Hall C. Registration, which includes lunch, is free for FSU and Gulf Coast State College students or $25 for the general public.
Please join us for our second Opening Nights at FSU Panama City on Feb. 24.
FSU Panama City will present two concerts as part of Opening Nights, FSU’s performing arts series that engages the university, local and global communities in creative experiences. Bluegrass singer Sierra Hull will perform Dec. 9, and jazz singer/trumpet player Bria Skonberg will perform Feb. 24.
Students from Bay District Schools joined FSU Panama City on Tuesday for a Black History Month presentation that showcased African dance performances by Global Arts Society’s and stressed the value of education.
FSU Panama City will host “Fast to the Future,” a speed career exploration event for students, Wednesday, March 8. Fashioned after speed dating, the event will provide students a brief exposure to a variety of career options in nine-minute intervals. Students from any major and all prospective college students are welcome.