USC student Claire Albrecht shares her experience performing the Bernstein MASS last year, adapted for her drum corps competition season.
The USC School of Music brings 250 performers — including singers, instrumentalists and a professional actor from Seattle — together to put on Leonard Bernstein's monumental MASS.
After a gun violence tragedy, communities often try to come together through artwork, but how effective is it?
The Department of Theatre and Dance's production of "The Crucible" capitalizes on the physical performance space to give the audience an immersive, intense experience with the story.
As the world prepares for the 2018 Winter Olympics, "I, Tonya" retells one of the biggest scandals in athletic history.
USC student Taylor McGown explains how he finds a path for artistic expression in a field of study geared towards logic and organization.
USC Professor Naomi J. Falk hopes to open dialogue about our relationship with the natural world through her solo art exhibition.
From Black History Month films to Indie Grits, here's a rundown of what to expect from the Nickelodeon theater this semester.
Arts and Culture highlights a few lunch and dinner specials around the Vista and Five Points to check out during the latter half of Restaurant Week South Carolina.
Students preparing to graduate with graphic design degrees discuss their upcoming Senior Thesis Show and the process of earning a degree from USC's School of Visual Art and Design.
A film showing at the Nickelodeon Theatre gives audience members an intense, heartbreaking experience.
Popular culture makes it difficult for children to understand the seriousness of tragic events when they happen in real life.
Following the death of Native American rights activist Will Moreau Goins, the Nickelodeon reflects on his contribution to film and community.
Jeremy Polley discusses the challenges and rewards of taking the lead on fundraising event Columbia Rocks for Puerto Rico.
USC student Logan Davies knows he can find fulfillment in both theater and psychology and is enjoying the process of figuring out in what capacity he will pursue each.
Performers from the second annual Halloween Spooktacular! discuss putting the concert together and what we can expect to see at this year's show.
Keon Masters of Brave Baby talks returning to the South Carolina music scene and what to expect at their Columbia show Thursday night.
Leaders from the Hall of Horrors project discuss the business and design aspects of putting a haunted attraction together from start to finish.
Robert Carter discusses how his photography hobby has turned into an outlet that allows him to grow and see the world in unique ways.
Freshman band Low Class Carnival act pulls together unconventional instruments to cover songs in an unique manner.