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Events in the College of Arts and Humanities
The Beethoven Project (A New Light)Exhibition Dates: February 14 — April 28Location: Orlando Science Center, Fusion Gallery The graduate students in the Animation and Visual Effects Master of Fine Arts program in the School of Visual Arts and Design at UCF represent a range of traditionally and digitally trained artists with foundations in film, illustration, drawing, painting and sculpture. The …CAH Events
Join the fun and improve your language skills! Bring a game to share, or come play one of ours.... and be ready to play and speak in your own language of study!CAH Events
This virtual experience immersion project on African Captivity in Brazil from 1750-1850 lets patrons live the journey from Elmina Castle in Ghana to Salvador, Bahia (Brazil). This six-to-seven week period was essential in transforming the captive’s body and mind from free to newly-enslaved person. The stories are based on research obtained from visual and archival materials, the database slavevoyages.org and …CAH Events
Students from the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic band perform works for small ensemble, with graduate student conductors. Free, no ticket required.CAH Events
Explore our oceans with the UCF Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Chung Park in the Florida premiere of Stella Sung’s Oceana, a piece that lets patrons swim with whales and explore new depths to learn about marine conservancy and ocean noise pollution. Accompanying the music is a film by underwater filmmaker and photographer, Annie Crawley. (In order to join …CAH Events
In classic Rossini style, this high energy and melodic opera turns the familiar “rescue story” on its head, with our confident and strong-willed heroine setting the men straight. Full of adventure, fun, love, trickery and beautiful music, this opera was written when the composer was just 21 years of age—around the same age as many of our UCF performers! Mustafà, …CAH Events