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UCF Celebrates the Arts is an annual showcase featuring an interactive exhibition of student artworks in Visual and Performing Arts.
Explore a selection of curated clips, interviews, photos, exhibitions, events and more from the School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD). Each feature will showcase facets of SVAD and the exceptional work that students and alumni are creating. These features will premiere before each live performance during UCF Celebrates the Arts and will also premiere virtually on YouTube. Following each …UCF Celebrates the Arts
Project Spotlight brings their 10-minute play festival to UCF Celebrates the Arts! Watch virtually throughout the week and vote for your favorites. Project Spotlight is the only student developmental theatre organization on the UCF campus. This student-run organization is dedicated to giving all majors a chance to take part in productions and to developing new works. Learn more: https://arts.cah.ucf.edu/celebrates/ UCF …UCF Celebrates the Arts
In partnership with Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival™, UCF Celebrates the Arts will be hosting ensembles daily for the lunch hour. Today’s performance features the UCF Chamber Wind Ensemble and the UCF New Music Ensemble. 11:30 a.m. | UCF Chamber Winds Ensemble Graduate Conductors Emmanuel Rodriguez and Danny Santos will conduct mixed chamber wind ensembles comprised of students from the …UCF Celebrates the Arts
Join Kenneth Hanson, director of Judaic Studies at UCF, for a screening of his award-winning film The Druze, followed by a discussion and Q&A session. About the film: The little village Daliyat Al-Karmel is home to a small ethnic and religious sect called the Druze. They are full Israeli citizens and serve in the Israeli army. But who are these …UCF Celebrates the Arts
The UCF Wind Ensemble, conducted by UCF Director of Bands, Scott Lubaroff, and Symphonic Band, conducted by Associate Director of Bands, Tremon Kizer, will present an exciting and colorful program of music by composers representing the great diversity of our community and nation. The program will include Danse Moods, by Daniel Montoya, Jr., Three Afro-Hispanic Movements, by William Pagán-Perez and …UCF Celebrates the Arts
This evening of dance showcases the incredible talents of student, alumni and faculty choreographers and dancers. The concert features 17 original dances, from across genres such as tap, ballet, Pointe, contemporary, lyrical and jazz. Four of the dances were choreographed by UCF faculty members, Five by UCF alumni and eight by current UCF students. Tickets: $50, $35, $20, $10 - …UCF Celebrates the Arts