Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Friday, October 30, 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: 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


    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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  • 2020 Faculty Exhibition (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    The UCF Art Gallery is proud to present a dynamic exhibition of artworks by the faculty of the UCF School of Visual Arts and Design. These professional artists have received both national and international recognition for their engaging and thought-provoking works. The exhibition showcases a wide range of traditional and contemporary media and processes including ceramics, drawing, digital art, mixed media, …

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  • UCF Percussion Masterclass with Melinda Leoce

    Online - Zoom

    Melinda Leoce is the Visiting Assistant Professor of Percussion and Music Business at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. In her role at Adams State, Melinda teaches applied lessons, directs the percussion ensemble, and teaches classes in the department including Percussion Literature and Percussion Methods. Prior to teaching at Adams State, Melinda served as the Instructor of Percussion and Director …

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  • Light in Darkness: Illuminating the Classic Maya World


    UCF History is pleased to co-organize AIA Central Florida Public Webinar's  presention of "Light in Darkness: Illuminating the Classic Maya World" featuring Dr. Nancy Gonlin. Dr. Nancy Gonlin is a Mesoamerican archaeologist who studies ancient Maya commoners and their daily and nightly lives. Gonlin earned a Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University and is a senior associate professor at Bellevue College. Dr. …

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