Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Thursday, September 23, 2021

  • Out of the Vault Exhibition (Recurring Event)

    VAB: UCF Art Gallery

    The Out of the Vault Exhibition presents artworks revived from the UCF Art Gallery’s permanent collection featuring an array of artists, mediums, and styles. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to see artists such as Thomas Hart Benton, John Chamberlain, Dorothy Gillespie, Doris Leeper, and Robert Rauschenberg as well as 20th century African masks, sculptures and figurines which have been …

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  • Behind the Frames: Student Works from the UCF School of Visual Arts and Design (Recurring Event)

    Orlando Science Center: Fusion Gallery

    On Display at the Orlando Science Center: August 28 – November 14, 2021Behind the Frames: Student Works from the UCF School of Visual Arts and Design The works presented are seldom exhibited preproduction and production images created for the development of graduate and undergraduate animated films. Displayed here are character design sheets, production stills, background paintings and concept sketches from …

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  • Digital Media and Speeches

    Virtual

    How does composing a digital text differ from a written assignment? This workshop will discuss methods for constructing digital presentations, multimodal projects, and literacy narratives.

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  • "Arts in Action" Launch Workshops (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    The UCF School of Performing Arts's newly formed Socially Engaged Performing Arts (SEPA) committee is hosting a series of workshops to launch "Arts in Action," our 2021–2022 programming. Any interested students, faculty and alumni are welcome to attend this series of workshops designed to educate, engage and inspire. The first workshop will introduce Socially Engaged Art, and the following three …

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  • Research Colloquium - Voter Rights & Voter Suppression: Florida's Century of Struggle, 1920-2020

    Graduate Student Center Presentation Room: Trevor Colbourn Hall: 208 and Virtual

    The UCF History Department is proud to host its Fall 2021 Research Colloquium, a series of presentations and conversations featuring faculty and student research. September's presentation features Voter Rights & Voter Suppression: Florida's Century of Struggle, 1920-2020 as the first phase of a three-part series in the Bending Towards Justice Digital Exhibit. A multi-level interactive exhibition, Bending Toward Justice presents …

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  • "Arts in Action" Launch Workshops (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    The UCF School of Performing Arts's newly formed Socially Engaged Performing Arts (SEPA) committee is hosting a series of workshops to launch "Arts in Action," our 2021–2022 programming. Any interested students, faculty and alumni are welcome to attend this series of workshops designed to educate, engage and inspire. The first workshop will introduce Socially Engaged Art, and the following three …

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  • Spanish Master's Program: Information Session

    Virtual

    Learn about our program, funding, career opportunities Meet our students, faculty, and staffSpring, Summer, Fall Admission Online and In-person classesLinguistics and Literature Specializations Event held via Zoom.

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  • Latin American/LatinX Film Festival (Recurring Event)

    Visual Arts Building: 132 and Virtual

    The University of Central Florida is proud to present the first Latin American/LatinX Film Festival in honor of LatinX Heritage Month and our status as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI). This film series aims to showcase the arts, language, and diverse issues that are important in a region of the world that is so significant to many of our students, faculty, …

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  • The Wolves (Recurring Event)

    UCF: TBD

    Pulitzer Prize-finalist The Wolves chronicles a team of women’s competitive high school soccer players. As these nine women band together as teammates to defend their undefeated record, they explore the sacrifices they made in the midst of the pressures of adolescence to become warriors on the field. As the “pack” trains for their moment of glory, their sideline conversations turn …

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  • The Wolves (Recurring Event)

    Theatre UCF: Main Stage: TH 6

    Pulitzer Prize-finalist The Wolves chronicles a team of women’s competitive high school soccer players. As these nine women band together as teammates to defend their undefeated record, they explore the sacrifices they made in the midst of the pressures of adolescence to become warriors on the field. As the “pack” trains for their moment of glory, their sideline conversations turn …

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  • Faculty Recital: George Weremchuk, Saxophone

    Rehearsal Hall: Auditorium

    Professor of saxophone George Weremchuk presents a program of new music for saxophone by composers John Tower, David Biedenbender, Christopher Marshall and UCF professor of composition Alexander Burtzos. Free admission, no ticket required.

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