For Faculty and Staff

  • Fine Arts NewsHere is information on ways the Lively Arts can assist with events and activities presented by faculty and staff within the College of Fine Arts.


    There are a host of services we can provide through our offices. Check out the links below for specific information on publicity and marketing, flyer templates, news posts, and web information.


    In addition to these services and activities, the Lively Arts also manages ArtsPath, an arts-in-education program funded, in part, by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Check out our mission and activities as there may be opportunities for you to work with us in a variety of capacities, including hosting a professional state directory artist to work with you and your students throughout the semester or over the summer. ArtsPath also coordinates all outreach related to touring visiting artists brought to campus through the Ovations! and manages the IUP Community Music School.

    Performing Arts Center

    The Lively Arts also manages the IUP Performing Arts Center and its adjacent Fisher Auditorium. Information on scheduling and the facility is available on the Fisher Auditorium webpage.

    Information on Provided Services

  • News Post Information
     We are committed to embracing the “web first” concept as adopted by the university. This will allow information on events, professional accomplishments, and other subjects of note to be disseminated in a direct and complete manner to all related constituents.
    Publicity and Marketing
    The Lively Arts is able to provide a host of services to help you promote your event. Check here to see what we can do for you and how to get it done.
    Fine Arts Web
    The Web is the most critical link to the majority of our classroom and event audiences. Through a team of college faculty and staff members, we work together to make our pages as effective as possible.
    Events Calendar Information
    The Lively Arts maintains the only official events calendar for the College of Fine Arts. It includes all performances and exhibits that are presented by the departments and programs within the College that are open to the general public.