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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 …Nicholson School of Communication and Media
This interdisciplinary presentation documents the legacy of women at UCF, celebrating individuals who broke barriers and made Central Florida what it is today. Students in women’s and gender studies and graphic design collaborated in oral history interviews, research, design and installation of a series of banners highlighting women through the decades of UCF’s history. Theatre UCF will also be exhibiting …Nicholson School of Communication and Media
The chart-topping Flying Horse Big Band plays music inspired by the classic midcentury horror show. The surreal music of the show was the one character that set fans on edge in every episode. The performance will feature special guests DaVonda Simmons, Jeff “T-Bone” Gerard, Christian Dentley and more. Tickets: $5-$50 Tickets will be available beginning Monday, March 2, 2020 at …Nicholson School of Communication and Media
The UCF Musical Theatre Class of 2020 takes on iconic Broadway roles in a cabaret-style performance featuring songs from hit musicals such as Les Misérables, In The Heights, Hair, Cabaret, Wicked, Pippin, Chicago and more! Tickets: $10-$20 Tickets will be available beginning Monday, March 2, 2020 at 12 PM. Get your tickets on arts.ucf.edu/celebrates. UCF Celebrates the Arts, an annual …Nicholson School of Communication and Media