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Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Thursday, October 22, 2020

  • Healing Art Exhibition: Call for Entries

    Online Submission

    Healing Art Exhibition 2021Call for EntriesTheme: The Art of Being Visible: Expressions of Social JusticeEnter by: Friday, Nov. 6 (11:59 pm EST) Submit work here: https://caps.sdes.ucf.edu/art/apply/ The 7th annual juried 2-D art exhibition will showcase artwork by UCF students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Selected artwork will be on display in UCF Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) from January to November …

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  • Open Heart Open Mic - Diversity Week

    Virtual

    Experience the creative works of Knights around the world sharing what Stronger Together means to them. Walk-in presentations are welcome. Any original work presented at an Open Heart Open Mic event will be eligible to be listed in STARS KnightVerse. STARS is UCF’s digital repository designed to disseminate, publicize, and share works by, for, and about UCF. KnightVerse is the …

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  • How to Become a Game Developer in Japan

    Online

    Online seminar by Hiromichi Takahashi (director/producer of "Doko Demo Issyo"; co-creator of Toro [aka the Sony Cat]) and Alexis Broadhead (Floridian 3D animator). With continuing sequels and the cumulative copies in the series exceeding two million, "Doko Demo Issyo" (Together Everywhere) has firmly established itself as a long hit series. Takahashi possesses a broad understanding of the community gleamed from …

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