Shannon Thomason

Shannon Thomason

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Arts events, art and art history, music, student life, theatre

Three UAB piano and voice students were honored for their performances at two competitions in the state March 30-31.

UAB’s Alys Stephens Center honors Birmingham’s Civil Rights history with a new work and world premiere by composer Yotam Haber.

Music students can learn from swing, blues, jazz pianist Philippe LeJeune during ArtPlay master class April 13.

“Special Equestrians, Special People” is the next free lecture in UAB’s Discussion Book Dialogues series, focusing on autism.

Just in time for spring, ArtPlay offers weekly class on growing creative gardens, no matter how small the space.

The Pink Floyd Experience brings the band’s sensory live show, hits and classic album, “Wish You Were Here,” to UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.

The traditional art of Japanese drumming gets an exciting contemporary twist with a new show presented by UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.

She explained the Mona Lisa’s smile. On March 13, neurobiologist Margaret Livingstone will explain “What Art Can Tell Us About The Brain.”

Originally scheduled for April 21, “An Evening with Al Pacino,” benefiting UAB’s Alys Stephens Center, will now move to June 15.

UAB students win big, including best in show, for their classroom graphic design work at Birmingham advertising awards.

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