Shannon Thomason

Shannon Thomason

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Arts events, art and art history, music, student life, theatre
The AEIVA’s inaugural exhibition is “Material Evidence,” curated by the Birmingham Museum of Art and featuring works culled from Birmingham’s most dedicated collectors.
Artists and art historians Michael Tabie, Jeanette Kohl, George Ferrandi, Amanda Browder, Leslie Wayne and Yomi Ola will visit UAB for lectures, exhibitions, pop-up studios and more.
Songwriters are invited to help the Alys Stephens Center celebrate The Magic City with ASC Commissions Birmingham, a contest looking for original songs about Birmingham.
The evening’s program will include selections by Jacob Weinberg, Camille Saint-Saens, Robert Schumann, Marius Constant and Paul Schoenfield.
Theatre UAB’s production was one of approximately 180 entered productions from across KCACTF’s 10-state Region IV, and one of four selected from 42 contending entries.
The new CD, available Jan. 28, will help the Concert Choir raise money for its July trip to the eighth World Choir Games in Latvia.
Tabie is the first artist featured in the Department of Art and Art History’s new “Pop-Up Studio” program, Feb. 14-15 at the AEIVA and open to the public.
The Alys Stephens Center will present the second annual “Light Dreams” festival May 8-10, and inspirational words from the community are needed for a digital art projection.
The Birmingham Art Music Alliance will present the free concert at Samford University, with a program of original works by composers with Alabama ties.
Kuleshov will perform a program of works by Bach, Scarlatti, Tchaikovsky, Scriabin, Rachmaninoff and Liszt.
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