Category: Arts

Music & Worship, Writing, Events that apply, anything creative

JU to host Colors of the Orchestra

KNOXVILLE –  The Scruffy City Orchestra will hold a concert, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m., in the Philips-Welshimer Building on JUTN’s campus. Colors of the Orchestra, with Ace Edwards conducting, […]

Coffeehouse signups are here, auditions next week

Coffeehouse will take place in the Underground Coffeeshop, located in the Eubanks Activity Center on campus, Monday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m. Coffeehouse is a time for the campus community […]

Johnson University students needed to serve musically in chapel

Johnson University chapel leaders are in search of students willing to serve with worship.

Tour Choir presents their Spring ensemble

KNOXVILLE — JUTN’s Music Department will host the 12th annual Spring Mini Concert this Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Marble Hall of the Phillips-Welshimer Building. The purpose of the […]

New JUTN student body president works for greater campus community

KNOXVILLE — Junior Lexi Overcash, the new student body president of JUTN, is hoping to begin her presidency as a part of the Student Government Association by finding new ways […]

Creative Arts Council debuts spring play, says goodbye to student director

KNOXVILLE — The staff and cast of the JUTN spring play, Fools by Neil Simon discuss what audiences should expect from the comedy below. Tickets for April 6-9 performances of Fools are available in the […]

JUTN Tour Choir evolves into University Choir

KNOXVILLE — The choir that Johnson University Tennessee has known as Tour Choir for the last several years will be replaced with the University Choir this May. Brent Weaver, the […]

JUFL campus hosts summer music camp

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University Florida’s School of Communication and Creative Arts is preparing for Resound, a summer music camp and concert tour experience for high school upperclassman. JUFL Performing Arts […]

Creative Arts Council looks to the future

KNOXVILLE — The Johnson University Creative Arts Council is pushing for a wider representation of different arts and more events in the future. The Creative Arts Council is the force […]

McKenna Estes’ Equivalent of the Scarred success in New York City

KNOXVILLE — One Johnson University student recently traveled to New York and took center stage as many of her poems were featured in a visual arts exhibition. McKenna Estes, an English […]