Shannon Thomason

Shannon Thomason

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Arts events, art and art history, music, student life, theatre
Birmingham will let its light shine even brighter this year as Light Dreams returns, with jaw-dropping digital projections, live music and out-of-this-world interactive art installations.
The public is invited to participate in “Gandhian Paths to Global Progress: A Forum with Tushar Gandhi,” then he will deliver a lecture on human rights, “Three Marches and a Dream: Salt and Freedom.”
Young Concert Artist Ji will perform as part of the Patty McDonald ArtPlay Parlor Series and will present a free school show for students at Advent Episcopal School.
Art students and faculty painted a mural on a plane as a memorial for four fallen Alabama pilots who will be remembered with a dedication service April 18.
UAB Student Life’s World’s Fair will offer live music, dancing, food, arts and novelties, including a mechanical bull and Ferris wheel on the Campus Green.
This year, the UAB NAS will award more than $750,000 in scholarships, gifts and grants to UAB. All proceeds from the May 9 Scholarship Run support scholarships for students.
A faculty recital, steel bands in concert and the fourth annual Percussion Festival with guest artist Mark Ford are keeping UAB Music hopping.
This Computer Music Ensemble spring show is focused on the “Odyssey” theme, and each student-composer created music that invokes the feelings and emotions of an epic quest.
Huntsville's Shelly Colvin has replaced Holly Williams as the opening act for American country and folk singer-songwriter John Prine when he performs for the first time at the ASC.
“Urinetown” takes place in a mythical city with a water shortage where people have to pay to pee, until a hero takes a stand.

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