Events in the College of Arts and Humanities

Wednesday, April 12, 2023

  • Music for All UCF-Orlando Concert Band Invitational presented by Excelcia Music Publishing

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Downtown

    The Music for All UCF-Orlando Band Invitational is a unique opportunity for young musicians to improve their skills and gain valuable insights from experienced educators. Twelve middle school and high school bands from across the state of Florida are invited to perform and receive feedback from a panel of nationally recognized educator-clinicians in the Steinmetz Hall or Walt Disney Theatre. …

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  • Midnight Shift: Spring 2023 BFA Exhibition I (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Midnight Shift: Spring 2023 BFA Exhibition I provides the opportunity for senior undergraduate students specializing in book arts, ceramics, drawing, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture to share their research and artistic practice. Exhibition dates: March 30, 2023 - April 13, 2023 | Opening Reception: Thursday, March 30 from 5-7 p.m. RSVP here: The UCF Art Gallery at the …

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  • Drop-In Drafting Lab (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 109: Trevor Cobourn Hall 109

    Starting a writing assignment, and don’t know where to begin? The University Writing Center’s Drop-In Drafting Lab can help! No appointments required — you can drop in during our open hours and: clarify assignment expectations develop a plan brainstorm ideas or just spend time writing!  Any and all writers are welcome! The Drafting Lab will be unavailable on the following …

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  • Italian Language Hour (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 358B

    Come to the Italian language Hour to improve your Italian communication skills and meet new friends. This activity is for students who want to improve their Italian skills, and native speakers are welcome.

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  • Thesis title: Avicenna’s doctrine of Emanation and the Sphere of the Heavens


    Announcing the defense of thesis of Brian Manere for Honors in the Major Philosophy  Thesis title: Avicenna’s doctrine of Emanation and the Sphere of the Heavens Avicenna argues that the celestial spheres each have a soul, termed the motive soul, which is emanated by the first celestial intellect––a body of knowledge which knows itself. Despite outlining the powers of the …

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  • 10,000 Memories: Unpacking the Legacy of India’s Partition

    Trevor Colbourn Hall: Conference Room 351

    This event is a talk by Dr. Guneeta Singh Bhalla, founder of the 1947 Partition Archive, followed by a Q&A with UCF Assistant Professor Dr. Amrita Ghosh on the cataclysmic partition of India in 1947 that still lingers as a trauma and affects subcontinental politics and cultures in unique ways. Dr. Bhalla has been behind the survivor testimonies and memories …

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  • Graduate Writing Group (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall 109: Trevor Colbourn Hall 109

    The University Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum presents the Graduate Writing Group. These are weekly drop-in hours where graduate students can find a time dedicated to work on: writing assignments thesis and dissertations and other research projects The Graduate Writing Group is also a place to meet other graduate students and provides an opportunity to get feedback about …

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  • UCF Wind Ensemble & Symphonic Band Concert

    Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Downtown

    The University of Central Florida’s top two auditioned ensembles, the Wind Ensemble and the Symphonic Band, present an evening of music by some of today’s most impactful composers. The program will feature works that address important contemporary topics and events and will include a performance by the winner of the 2022-23 UCF Concerto Competition. Nora Lee Garcia will join the …

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