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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
These sessions will be held online. Free Quechua classes at UCF UCF offers free classes in basic Quechua, taught by Department of Modern Languages & Literatures instructor Ms. Norma Ledesma. With an emphasis on Quechua vocabulary and expressions related to medicine, food, and travel, these classes will give students a lively, robust introduction to the language of the Inca Empire, …CAH Events
Can art adequately respond to war? How do artists represent the unrepresentable? Join us for a series of virtual talks that seeks to answer these questions. Darcy Parker Bruce is a playwright and educator from New Haven, CT, and a graduate of the MFA Playwriting program at Smith College. They’re currently part of the faculty at several Connecticut Colleges, where …CAH Events