Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it …

    Visual Arts and Design
  • Panel Discussion on Racism and Mass Incarceration


    Mass incarceration affects millions of Americans, and even though 1 in every 4 adults has a prior conviction, returning citizens face significant discrimination. A prior conviction can make it hard to find employment, a place to live and the right to drive. People who have been incarcerated are prohibited from employment opportunities in law enforcement, the school system, and hospitals, …

    Visual Arts and Design
  • College of Arts and Humanities Faculty Assembly


    The College of Arts and Humanities 2020 Faculty Assembly will be held virtually via Zoom meetings. All faculty and staff of the college are invited to attend. Register in advance for this meeting: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    Visual Arts and Design