The Crimson White

Druid City Arts Festival brings best of Tuscaloosa’s music, art

Steven Nalley

March 24, 2010

On Saturday night, nobody under the age of 19 will be allowed at Brown’s Corner except for Elle Claytor, the bar’s first musical guest of the night. At 15 years old, Claytor, a student at Haleyville High School, will perf...

Storytelling Festival Broadens Scope

Jamie Lyons

March 24, 2010

Creative Campus will present the second annual Black Warrior Storytelling Festival at the Park at Manderson Landing on Saturday. The event will run from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. and is free for all to attend. The festival was originall...

Creative Campus internship applications due

CW Staff

March 10, 2010

By Adriene LaPorte Applications for a 2010-2011 Creative Campus intern position are due by Friday at midnight. Applications can be found on the Creative Campus Web site, and there are no official academic requirements or specific ...

Creative Campus presents 2010: A Space Oddity

Kyerra Dexter

March 5, 2010

A new sci-fi convention, presented by Creative Campus, has come to the University. Titled “2010: A Space Oddity,” the convention is free but organizers asked that people interested register today by going to the Creative Ca...

“Unbound” helps disabled showcase art

CW Staff

March 4, 2010

By Lacey Ezekiel Art comes in all shapes and sizes. Artists with disabilities and chronic illnesses will be able to showcase their art in a Creative Campus-sponsored art show at Harrison Galleries located on University Bouleva...

Gaiman gives writing advice

Steven Nalley

February 22, 2010

After Thursday’s event at the Bama Theatre, a few students got another chance to hear Neil Gaiman read and answer questions about writing one last time before the author of “American Gods,” “Coraline” and other best-sellers le...

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