In response to coronavirus and to help minimize its spread, many UCF events are being canceled.

If you have questions about what’s still open around campus, please check out this regularly updated guide.

  • Spectral Evidence Exhibit

    Lake County Museum of Art

    The spectral evidence exhibit is the result of a collaboration with the UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities and the Lake County Museum of Art. This exhibit demonstrates expressions by artists on the autism spectrum, who see life from a different perspective. With their liberating take on themes, materials, detail and density, their work actively points to the genius ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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  • Illuminating the Darkness: Our Carceral Landscape (Recurring Event)

    UCF Art Gallery

    Although there are over 2.3 million people currently incarcerated in the United States, the prison system remains largely invisible to the majority of Americans. Prisons tend to be built in rural areas, out-of-view and away from the daily lives of many. The physical and psychological marginalization and minoritization of system-impacted people allows us to ignore mass incarceration, even though it ...

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