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Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Wednesday, October 28, 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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  • Theatre UCF presents Kill Move Paradise

    Online

    Four young African American men find themselves untimely ripped from the world they know. Trapped in a cosmic waiting room, they struggle to make sense of where they are, how they got there and why their names ended up on “the list.” The play was inspired by the ever-growing list of slain unarmed African American men and women and it …

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  • Online learning with primary source collections from Adam Matthew Digital

    Virtual

    With many universities providing teaching online or as a mix of online and residential, the provision of digital archives to support inquiry-based learning and student-led research has never been more important. Adam Matthew is a digital publisher of unique primary source collections from archives around the world. Join Dr. Robert Cassanello, Associate Professor of History to hear how a UCF …

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  • "Envisioning Post-Pandemic Violin Repertoire and Curriculum" an Interactive Class with Dr. Kia-Hui Tan

    Online - Zoom

    Kia-Hui Tan has performed as concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician in 25 U.S. states and 20 countries on five continents, including at London's Barbican Hall and New York's Carnegie Weill Recital Hall. Described in The Strad as a “violinist whose virtuosity was astonishing," she has won numerous awards including the Bronze Medal at the first NTDTV Chinese International Violin …

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  • Le Café Francophone - French Conversation (Recurring Event)

    Online - Zoom

    Come to the French café to improve your French communication skills and meet new friends. This online activity is for students who want to improve their French skills, and native speakers are welcome (you must have a ucf.edu email address to join). The event is for students with at least an intermediate level of French. It is offered every other …

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  • 2020 Faculty Exhibition: Artist Panels & Art History Presentations (Recurring Event)

    Zoom: https://ucf.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZwN_QQm8TeKNOxuqBIIYog

    Hosted as part of the online programming for the 2020 Faculty Exhibition. A series of artist talks and two art history presentations will be online this year. Each will be moderated and include a Q&A session. Tuesday, Oct. 20 from 10-11 a.m. *New Time!*Art History Presentation: Building the World of Tomorrow: Disability, Eugenics, and Sculpture at the 1939 New York …

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  • Social Justice and Interfaith

    Online-Interfaith YouTube: YouTube

    Join us for a chat on Interfaith Dialogue with Dr. Christy Flanagan-Feddon and Dr. Ann Gleig. Topics to be discussed include "Pluralism and Justice", and "Buddhism and BLM," with a short Q & A session to follow. Will be presented via YouTube livestream:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqEtymstDa0&ab_channel=CyrusZargar Hosted by the Interfaith Dialogue Certificate Program at UCF

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