In response to coronavirus and to help minimize its spread, many UCF events are being canceled.

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Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

  • Theatre UCF presents Much Ado About Nothing: A Modern Verse Translation

    Online

    Two couples are brought together and whisked apart by the plotting of friends and enemies in this comedy of love and misunderstanding. Experience the infamous drama and poetry of one of Shakespeare’s most famous works in a new light. Out of health and safety concerns for our students, faculty and patrons, Theatre UCF has made the necessary decision to present …

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  • Mirage: Fall 2020 SVAD Biannual BFA Exhibition (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    The SVAD Biannual BFA Exhibition provides the opportunity for undergraduate students majoring in book arts, ceramics, drawing, experimental animation, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture to share their research and artistic practice. Exhibition Dates: November 9-23, 2020Gallery Hours: Monday - Thursday:10 a.m. - 5 p.m.Friday:10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mirage includes work by sixteen artists: Kaitlyn Alborn, Alexander Alvarez, Kenny …

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  • CANCELED: Virtual Flag Raising & Veterans Salute - Veterans Month at UCF: A Month of Honor and Remembrance

    Virtual

    In continuing the annual tradition of honoring veterans who serve and severed our country during Veterans Month at UCF, the 2020 Flag Raising & Veterans Salute will be virtual program. The program will include UCF Air Force, UCF Army ROTC, the Veterans Academic Resource Center and UCF Community Veterans History Project. UCF music education major Adam Zaph will open the …

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  • UCF Bands Guest Speaker: Composer Talk: In Pursuit of Diversity & In One’s Own Voice with Jennifer Jolley, Asst Prof of Composition, Texas Tech University

    zoom

    Jennifer Jolley is a West Texas-based composer of vocal, orchestral, wind ensemble, chamber, and electronic works. Her work draws toward subjects that are political and even provocative. Her collaboration with librettist Kendall A, Prisoner of Conscience, has been described as “the ideal soundtrack and perhaps balm for our current ‘toxic’…times.” Her Blue Glacier Decoy, written as a musical response to …

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