CCFA Voices: Fall 2015

FEATURESmost recent and redesigned issue of Voices

It Takes a Village
Using arts and culture as a catalyst for change at Crosstown Arts 

Master of the Class
Department of Architecture Associate Professor James Williamson provides a different look at Architect Louis I. Kahn

Distinguished Achievement Award in the Creative and Performing Arts
Joyce Cobb, Memphis Jazz singer, actress and disc jockey, named the 2015 recipient of the DAA 

EVERY ISSUE

Dean's Message
Dean Richard R. Ranta gives update on the college

Donor Spotlight
AMUM announces the dedication of The Samuel Hester Crone Gallery, the gift of William S. Huff

Upcoming Events
Calendar of productions, concerts and shows.

Alumni Spotlight

Around CCFA

In the Community

News & Notes

In Memoriam


2015 Outstanding Alumni Awards
presented by The Journalism Alumni Club

Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 7 p.m.
Registration: 6-7 p.m. (with cocktails)
Tickets: $60 per person, $500 per table

Honoring Mike Pennington (posthumously), Charles E. Thornton Award for Outstanding Alumni; James Overstreet, Charles E. Thornton Award for Outstanding Alumni; Otis Sanford, Herbert Lee Williams Award; Amanda Mauck, Young Alumni Award; Aiden Porter, Emerging Journalist Award

There will be a special presentation honoring Bill Wellborn, last year's recipient of the Thornton Award, who passed away this year.

For more information, contact semiller@memphis.edu or 901.678.3043