John Strohm, a music technology grad, says he owes a debt of gratitude to UAB and his professors for “making it easy to find my way on this professional journey.”
Wednesday, 20 December 2017 12:16

New course: Pulpits in Protest

This course will cover four major social movements involving African Americans and the protest speeches, sermons, and songs given by women and men from the Black Church and beyond.

New performances have been announced for spring 2018 by the University of Alabama at Birmingham College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music.

Tuesday, 28 November 2017 12:36

Birmingham Neighborhood Studies

Birmingham Neighborhood Studies explores the visual and material culture, history, and urban development of four Birmingham neighborhoods in transition.

An annual tradition since 2001, the concert features hundreds of singers as the UAB choirs and Trumpet Ensemble are joined by area high school choirs and the Steel City Men’s Chorus.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham Gospel Choir will present its 22nd anniversary concert, and bid farewell to founding director Kevin P. Turner, on Monday, Nov. 13.

Performers will “Sound the Trumpets” for a light-hearted romp through the history of the trumpet at the University of Alabama at Birmingham on Sunday, Nov. 12.

Works by artist Erin Wright, MFA, which touch on topics from democracy to organ donation, are making a global impact.

From zombie-themed Frappuccinos slated to take over Starbucks this fall to a debate in New Jersey about yard decorations featuring a fake car crash scene with zombie victims, the walking dead are no less pervasive in popular culture now than in Halloweens past.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017 16:23

Theatre UAB presents the musical “Working”

American workers are the stars of Theatre UAB’s newest production, “Working,” with performances Nov. 8-11 and Nov. 15-18 at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

A small group of art students from the University of Alabama at Birmingham will participate in the 2017 Venice Biennale in Italy.

The Southeastern Electro-Acoustic Composers Collective will present a concert of new electronic music and video art by its members at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Due to inclement weather, tomorrow night’s scheduled lecture with visiting artist Leticia Bajuyo has been postponed until a later date. Artist Leticia Bajuyo will lecture on her visual research and studio practice at 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 12, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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The exhibition will feature two major series of works by Sandlin, “A Sinner’s Progress: A Modern Moral Journey” and “76 Manifestations of American Destiny,” and will include a selection of hand-printed books, drawings and paintings
Alison Chapman says legal concepts used in the epic poem are “almost like a bridge that helps readers connect heaven and earth
Amber Genau and André Millard partnered to create new courses that shed light on the role of technology in learning “where we come from and where we are going.
Friday, 21 April 2017 14:14

How the Freedom Riders Changed the South

The UAB Department of History was proud to host two Freedom Riders who spoke to students and faculty about how their actions helped change the South — and history.
Written, designed, and published by students, MEMORANDUM serves as the official newsletter for UAB’s Professional Writing Program and MA program in Rhetoric & Composition. This issue is full of useful articles on professional writing must-haves, rhetoric and discourse, marketing yourself, and advice from program alumni.
Tuesday, 28 March 2017 09:29

Dramatic Action

Students write plays to spotlight community issues
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