African-American Studies Program and Department of Music instructor Kevin P. Turner will present a lecture by George W. Stewart on “The Jefferson County Sound: Birmingham and Bessemer, Alabama, Home of the Black Gospel Quartet” on Thursday, Sept. 24.
If you’re not making discoveries, something is wrong, says UAB English major Kelsey Harrison, winner of the 17th Annual Sidewalk Film Festival's “Best Student Film” for her work “Coming and Going.”
Theatre UAB commissioned playwright Robert Earl Price to write a play instead of hosting a competition for the Ruby Lloyd Apsey Play Search. The free reading will feature a talkback with the playwright.
Sonja Rieger’s new series of photographs are portraits of young girls in rural Camden, Alabama, in their Halloween costumes.
The series will feature artists’ paint masters Art Graham and Mark Golden, as well as a creative professionalism roundtable with local creative professionals Merrilee Challiss, Elizabeth Hughey and Taylor Robinson.
Each year the UAB Department of Theatre presents a new season featuring five main-stage plays, performed in UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.
A panel discussion with four artists, “Hither and Yon” is set for 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12, at the new Project Space, 900 13th St. South.
University of Notre Dame Professor Erika Doss will speak Wednesday, Sept. 16, on 20th century artists and issues of religion at the Birmingham Museum of Art.
A new season of performances by talented students, accomplished faculty, local talent and impressive guest artists has been announced for fall 2015 by the Department of Music.
Each entry to the project will be exhibited at the UAB Department of Art and Art History’s Project Space from Oct. 19-24, with an opening reception from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Out of a talented international pool of 33 pianists, junior Aleksandra Kasman took the top prize at the 2015 International Keyboard Institute and Festival in New York City on Aug. 2.
Once a month, the Department of English hosts BookTalk. The informal discussions, led by department faculty, are open to the public and will meet from 6-7 p.m. in Mervyn Sterne Library.
DAVID MAISEL/BLACK MAPS, a solo exhibition surveying four chapters of the photographer and visual artist’s larger ongoing series, will be on exhibition at the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts from Aug. 28-Nov. 14.
Sculptural objects, masks, puppets, performances and art installations created by Department of Art and Art History students will be shown in a one-night-only exhibition.
“The Right to Decide,” an international poster invitational organized by the group Posters Without Borders, will be on exhibition from Aug. 6-Nov. 14.
UAB professor Kerry Madden-Lunsford's biography of To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee has been re-released to coincide with the publication of Lee's novel Go Set a Watchman.
UAB photography students have taken their work on the road and will open an exhibition, “Accidental Grace: Photographs Made in and About the South” on Friday, June 26, at the Shelby County Arts Council Gallery in Columbiana.
Summer events presented by the Department of Music include the UAB Summer Band Independence Day concert, the summer music camp final concert, the Marching Blazers Band Camp show, and the UAB Gospel Choir's summer concert.
When the worlds of art and science collide, don't expect an earth-shattering kaboom. Instead, you might just get a clearer understanding of how nature works.
The Boston Pops will perform four orchestral arrangements by University of Alabama at Birmingham University Professor Henry Panion III, Ph.D., for a show with the Blind Boys of Alabama on Saturday, June 6, at Symphony Hall in Boston.
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