Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Friday, January 29, 2021

  • "But Before Bone is Skin" curated by Jonell Logan (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery and Virtual

    Tayari Jones’ book Silver Sparrow is truly the story of women. Mothers and daughters struggling to find their identities and shed legacies that may not be their own. They are all on a quest to define themselves, often bruising and sometimes tearing their skin along the way as they bump against historical, cultural and familial boundaries. But Before Bone is …

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  • “Afrofuturism — What is its Sound?” Conference - 2021 ZORA! Festival of the Arts and Humanities

    Virtual

    Inspired by Zora Neale Hurston's legacy of valuing the voices and sounds of black culture, "Afrofuturism -- What is its Sound?" is a two-day event that will marry elements of futurism or science fiction to the oral tradition and music technology evident in black history and culture. This event is hosted by the University of Central Florida’s College of Arts …

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  • Studio Art Portfolio Info Session

    Virtual

    During this information session, SVAD drawing and design faculty along with our SVAD advising team will give an overview of the Studio Art Portfolio Review process. They’ll also go into detail about the registration process, course requirements, examples of work to include in your portfolio and what reviewers will be looking for as well as helpful tips for submitting your …

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  • Interreligious Work in American Prisons, a discussion

    Virtual

    Please join us for a virtual discussion with Dr. Claudia Schippert and Dr. Michael Muhammad Knight on interreligious work in american prisons. Dr. Claudia Schippert will begin a discussion on "Teaching Meditation in Prison", followed by a discussion on "Islam in U.S. Prisons" by Dr. Michael Muhammad Knight. This talk is being presented by the Interfaith Dialogue Certificate Program at …

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  • Faculty Research Lecture: Technē Culture of the Gauchos & Caudillos in Nineteenth Century Argentina

    Virtual

    Sponsored by Center for Latin American Studies at Stanford University, this virtual research presentation features Dr. Yovanna Pineda, UCF Associate Professor of History and author of Industrial Development in a Frontier Economy: The industrialization of Argentina, 1890-1930 (Stanford, 2009). Dr. Pineda's upcoming book, Sensational Machine: Technē-Culture in Argentina, examines the ritual and myth-making in the design, maintenance, and repair of …

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