Communication Arts

Achieve Your Professional Goals in the Communication Arts Department at Framingham State University

Communication Arts students engage in a wide range of inquiry and practice in all forms of communication, and our curriculum combines critical analysis with useful application of skills. We have 11 experienced faculty members offering a variety of courses to over 200 students in multiple concentrations, along with minors, internships, alumni panels, and independent study projects. Our intention is to prepare scholars and practitioners so that they make a difference in the field.  

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SPOTLIGHT

Prof. Kate Caffrey

Communication Arts Department

“What would you risk to save the life of someone you love?” FSU’s Theatre program presented Mother’s Bliss, Mother’s Woe by Kate Caffrey Nov.15 - 17, 2018. This full length drama, filled with magical realism is set in the First Ward (Irish Ghetto) of Buffalo, NY in 1871, but it is teaming with the conflicts many Americans struggle with today: women’s rights; immigration; friction between religion and science/medicine; the challenges faced by the mentally ill and the families who care for them; and what we will risk to save the life of someone we love.

Prof. Christopher J. Bowen

Communication Arts Department

Tuesday, October 16th @ 7:30pm in the McCarthy Center Forum

The Communication Arts Department celebrated the on-campus premiere screening of Vagrant (2018), an independently produced student feature film. "While struggling to navigate his way through an isolating collegiate world, a series of misadventures forces an aimless student to confront his own self destructive behavior." 

Watch Vagrant movie here: https://vimeo.com/300094087 
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CONTACT INFORMATION:

Dr. Derrick TePaske
Chairperson
Whittemore Library C204
508-626-4999
dtepaske@framingham.edu

Margie Sudmyer
Administrative Assistant
Whittemore Library C203
508-626-4683
508-626-4847 [Fax]
msudmyer@framingham.edu